You remember those animals that used to be sort cute and they spoke in funny voices and disappeared
in their dark little dens for weeks or months or years? Those animals are called animators and they are coming out of their dens to show you their new work!
On January 12th, 2010
the world famous Kodak
in collaboration with Bill Plympton and humble teeny me
will present an animated film program called
"Animators and Animals"
About six of the twelve animators are going to be there to introduce their films, represent their animal side
and answer your questions. You'll have a chance to be a lab animal since Bill Plympton intends to use you as
a guinea pig to test his work-in-progress "The Cow that Wanted to Be a Hamburger" on YOU!
To fluff you up for the screening there is a 6 pm RECEPTIONand the screening will start 7 pm
Here's the detailed info:
Tuesday, January 12th
6pm - Refreshments
7pm - Screening
360 West 31st Street, 2nd Floor
(btwn 8th and 9th Avenues)
Due to limited space we will only accept an RSVP for yourself and up to one guest.
Please, do not RSVP to me. It'll be a wasted email.
Now, if you've read it so far,
there are a couple of links I want to boast about:
about Landlord and environment:
About "Teat Beat of Sex", but mainly about sex:
If you are still with me,
I wanted to let you know about a unique chance to learn animation from The Master of Independent Animation Bill Plympton. His school starts on January 18th.
To sign up call (212) 741-0322 or email Bill at
End of ads. Beginning of joy.
Starts: Jan 12, 2010 - Ends: Jan 12, 2010
Location: New York, NY, USA