The American Cinematheque is offering AWN readers free passes to the French Animation Shorts screening at the Egyptain Theater on July 16, 2003. The first 20 people to e-mail GWEN@americancinematheque.com will receive free admission.
In association with ASIFA-Hollywood, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Animated Film Centre (Cica) in collaboration with Association of French Animated Cinema (AFCA) are presenting two screenings back-to-back of French animated cinema, at 7:30 pm. The first program will include such films as Philippe Arc's TORO DE NUIT, Francois P. Guillou's ZOB DE MOOR, Federico Vit's GUANO, Isabelle Faivre's DU ZERO DES ARENES, Guillaume Casset's LA VACHE QUI VOULAIT SAUTER PAR-DESSUS L'ÉGLISE, Nicolas Jacquet's VERMILLON, LA GRANDE MUSIQUE, Sarah Rope's LE CHAT D'APPARTEMENT, Marie-Christine Perrodin's LES ADVENTURES DE LEON, ON N'EST PAS DES SAUVAGES, Bruce Krebs ZEBRES, Magali Wassong's RENÉ ET GISÈLE, and Konstantin Bronzit's AU BOUT DU MONDE. The second program will feature such films as Arnaud Pen's L'ABRI, Laurent Pouvaret's FERRAILLES, Lolo Zazar's DERNIÈRE INVENTION, Jean-Luc Greco's LA BOUCHE COUSUE, Aline Ahond's CARNAVALLÉE, Christian Volckman's MAAZ, Florence Miailhe's AU PREMIER DIMANCHE D'AOUT, Helene Moinerie's D'UNE CITÉ À L'AUTRE, Florent Mounier's LE BAIN, and Laetitia Gabrielli's L'ENFANT DE LA HAUTE MER. All 35mm prints with non-English dialogue will have subtitles. ASIFA members will receive a $2 discount off the regular $9 ticket price when they present their membership card at the box office or send a copy with their faxed order. For more information contact the Egyptian Theatre at 6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, CA 90028 USA, tel: (323) 466-FILM, or Web: http://www.egyptiantheatre.com.