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Events The Polish School of Animation Retrospective

Begins: October 10, 2014

THE POLISH SCHOOL OF ANIMATION: Next Generations 2

A retrospective of Polish animation from the last 60 years, featuring work by Tomasz Bagiński, Anita Kwiatkowska, Jerzy Kucia and many more.  

 

Join the Association Internationale du Film d’Animation (ASIFA-East) and special guests Wiola Sowa (President of ASIFA-Poland) and Bogusław Zmudziński (artistic director of the International Film Festival Etiuda&Anima) on Friday for a reception at The Kosciuszko Foundation with drinks and Q&A.  Free and open to the public.  Cash bar and food available at Videology.

 

 

Screening #1 and reception...Fri., Oct. 10th, 7pm, at The Kosciuszko Foundation
15 E 65th St, New York, NY 10065
Polish Animation from 1958-1981

Screening #2...Sat., Oct. 11th, 5pm, at Videology
308 Bedford Ave, New York, NY 11211    
Polish Animation from 1991-2004 

Screening #3...Sun., Oct. 12th, 5pm, at Videology
Polish Animation from 2004-2007 

Screening #4...Tues., Oct. 14th, 7pm, at The Kosciuszko Foundation
Polish Animation from 2008-2013
 

 
http://etiudaandanima.com/en/ | http://www.thekf.org/ | http://www.asifaeast.com/ | http://www.videology.info/

Events LA Shorts Fest

Begins: July 24, 2014

The 18th Annual LA Shorts Fest is accepting film submissions. Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences accredited. We are the only film festival with seven award categories recognized by the Academy. In the past, 44 films have received Oscar nominations with 13 winning the coveted Oscar statue. The Festival annually attracts more than 7,000 moviegoers, filmmakers and entertainment professionals looking for the hottest new talent.

Submit online www.LAshortsFest.com

Headline News Hiroshima Animation Festival Issues Call for Entries

A call for entries is made for the 15th International Animation Festival in Japan − HIROSHIMA 2014, celebrating the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the festival office in 1984.

Headline News 'Boles', 'Milk' Win Top Prizes at Poland’s Se-ma-for Festival

Winners are announced for Poland’s fourth annual Se-ma-for Stop Motion Film Festival, led by Slovenian-German puppet animation Boles and Norwegian student film, But milk is important by Anna Mantzaris and Eirik Grønmo Bjørnsen.

ANIMATIONWorld Annecy 2013: How I Learned to Stop Worrying About Commercialism and Love the Festival

Nancy Phelps reports on the first Annecy International Animation Festival under the leadership of new creative director Marcel Jean.

Headline News 17th Japan Media Arts Festival Issues Call for Entries

The Japan Media Arts Festival Executive Committee announces the Call for Entries for the 17th Japan Media Arts Festival starting in 2014.

Headline News APB Announces 2013 Festival Program

The Animation Block Party, dedicated to exhibiting all genres of the world's best independent, professional and student animation, celebrates its tenth anniversary with the festival’s largest slate of programming ever.

Headline News 'Butterflies' Wins Yoram Gross Award

Butterflies, the stop-motion animated short directed by Isabel Peppard and produced by Warwick Burton, wins the Sydney Film Festival’s Yoram Gross Animation Award, completing its qualifying run for an Oscar nomination in the category of Best Short Animation.

Headline News Capetown Travels to Annecy Festival

Cape Town-based animation training institution The Animation School represents South Africa at the 2013 annual Annecy Festival, with Michael Hlatswayo, one of the school’s top three performing students, selected to attend the event.

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