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Headline News ASIFA-Hollywood Members, The March Meeting Is Coming!

* Wednesday, March 21, 2001. Burbank, California, U.S.A.

ASIFA-Hollywood is holding their monthly membership meeting. The event will screen new animations, sneak previews, members' commercials and personal films. Refreshments will be provided and admission is free for members. The event will begin at 7:30 pm. For more information contact ASIFA-Hollywood at: 721 S. Victory Blvd., Burbank, California 91502, U.S.A.; Tel.: (818) 842-8330; or Web: www.asifa-hollywood.org.

Headline News New Jobs: Animators, Digital Artists, Directors And More...

Chicago, Illinois' Columbia College, film and video department, is looking for an experienced ANIMATION INSTRUCTOR, TENURE TRACK and/or an experienced INSTRUCTOR with an MFA/MA degree in art/design to teach and oversee storyboard and concept development classes and senior-level production studio classes. . . Hong Kong, China's Full Action Ltd, an animation services company, is looking for an ANIMATION SUPERVISOR. . . Brooklyn, New York's Loop Filmworks is looking for a STORYBOARD ARTIST/ILLUSTRATOR, preferably with an animation background. . .

Headline News MIP TV: One Global Marketplace For Television

MIP TV (April 2-6, 2001, Cannes, France) is one of the premiere television conferences and markets in the world. The six-day event brings together production companies and distributors from all over the globe. The conference includes a vast array of panels and round-table discussions with some of the world's top professionals. MIP TV 2000 scored a hit with over 11,000 participants, representing 2,776 companies from 100 countries. The countries most represented in terms of stands were: France, US, UK, Canada and Germany.

Headline News Focus On The Studios At Cartoons On The Bay 2001

The 5th edition of Cartoons On The Bay, International Festival of Television Animation, will be held in Positano (Amalfi Coast), Italy, April 5-9, 2001. Cartoons on the Bay is the only festival in the world solely dedicated to television animation. Promoted by Rai Radiotelevisione Italiana and conceived and organized by Rai Trade, the festival is an international event with awards, workshops, lectures and events centering on the ever-changing world of television animation.

Headline News Larry Lauria Workshop In New Jersey

* Saturday, March 24, 2001. Montclair, New Jersey, U.S.A.

Larry Lauria will be conducting a "hands on" interactive animation fundamentals and character design workshop. The event will be taking place at the Gibbs School. For more information contact Kara DePalma at: Tel.: (973) 744-6962 x 3037.

Want to learn more about Larry Lauria and his workshops? Then visit his Website at: Toon Institute.

Headline News Planet Comicon Is One Of The Fastest Growing Sci-Fi Conventions In The U.S.

* Saturday, March 24 Sunday, March 25, 2001. Overland Park, Kansas, U.S.A.

Planet Comicon, a four-year-old comic/sci-fi convention, is one of the fastest growing in the country. This year's event features THE HULK's Lou Ferrigno and BATMAN's Julie Newmar. For more information contact the event at: Web: http://www.planetcomicon.com/

Headline News I-CON Sci-Fi/Fantasy Convention Invades The Northest!

* Friday, March 30 Sunday, April 1, 2001. Stonybrook, New York, U.S.A.

I-CON is a science-fiction, fantasy and comics show. The anime program will feature dubbing workshops, guest speakers and panel discussions. This event is a student run festival and one of the largest in the northeast United States. For more information contact the convention at: Web: http://www.iconsf.org/.

Headline News Hannibal Claims More Countries Around The Globe

Gobbling up the competition, HANNIBAL dined atop the box office charts in a host of new countries. In France, the cannibalistic cavalcade collected an impressive US$6.23 million in its debut. VERTICAL LIMIT climbed into fifth with a gross of $1.46 million, lifting its French cume to $4.35 million. In sixth, 102 DALMATIANS collared another $1.38 million, raising its French cume to $13.51 million. In Mexico, HANNIBAL premiered in first with an amazing ticket-take of $2.71 million. At #5, RED PLANET dusted off $390,792, growing its Mexican cume to $1.04 million.

Headline News Larry Lauria Workshop In Orlando

* Saturday, March 17, 2001. Orlando, Florida, U.S.A.

Larry Lauria will be conducting a "hands on" interactive animation fundamentals and character design workshop. The event will be taking place at the International Academy of Design and Technology. For more information contact Tom Brooks at: Tel.: (407) 857-2300.

Want to learn more about Larry Lauria and his workshops? Then visit his Website, Toon Institute.

Headline News Check Out Emerging Talent At The Art Institute of Phoenix's Graduate Exhibition

* Friday, March 23, 2001. Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.A.

The Art Institute of Phoenix is holding an exhibition of its winter 2001 graduate portfolios. Artwork presented will be from students in the computer animation, graphic design, multimedia, video production and Website administration departments. The event will be held at the Sheraton Crescent Hotel from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm. For more information contact the school at: 2233 West Dunlap Ave., Phoenix, Arizona 85021, U.S.A.; Tel.: (602) 678-4300; or Fax: (602) 997-0191.

Headline News Ask The Experts In The Discussion Forums!

Leading experts in their respective fields are here to answer your questions and give personal advice and insight. Ask questions in our Discussion Forums! It only takes a few minutes and any topic is fair game. Pose your questions to experts on 2D animation, 3D animation, finding a job, putting together a portfolio and much more. You can even jump up on your soapbox in the Animation Café!

Headline News Animation Events At The 3rd World Summit On Media For Children

The 3rd World Summit On Media For Children will happen March 23-26, 2001 in Thessaloniki, Greece. The Summit aims to create an audiovisual policy supporting the rights of children around the world. Organized by the European Children's Television Centre, the event strives to bring many people, including teachers, researchers and academics, together to investigate the relationship of children's television and new media.

Headline News Affiliate Animator News: Kudzmas' And Augenblick's Films Go To Festivals

Linda Kudzmas' animated short, "Five Little Monkeys," will premiere at East Lansing's Children's Film Festival (http://www.elff.com/children/index.htm), Michigan, USA, March 16-18, 2001. "Five Little Monkeys" will also be screened at the California SUN International Animation Festival, California, USA, March 23-24, 2001. . . Augenblick Studios' "Rambin' Man" will be screened at the South By Southwest Film Festival, Austin, Texas, March 9-17, 2001 (http://films.sxsw.com).

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