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Cartoons Events

Reg Hartt Presents 13 Cartoons We Can Not See Uncut on TV & Home Video

By Guest (not verified) | Wednesday, August 6, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: August 6, 2003

It is no secret the great cartoons of yesteryear are now ruined. Many are banned. Reg Hartt offers a unique chance to see them as their creators meant us to. This is Bugs Bunny with balls.

Programs are introduced by Hartt.

Here is what some have to say:

John Kricfalusi: "I hope Reg continues to inspire young artists."

Emo Philips: "Reg is the greateast teacher I know."

Chuck Jones: "Reg's love for animation is proven by his work preserving and presenting our films as we made them."

Animation Events

The State of Russian Animation

By Guest (not verified) | Friday, July 18, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: July 18, 2003

Russian animator Alex "Sasha" Segal will be speaking on the state of Russian animation, the business climate for animation in the former Soviet Union and his software of choice, Maya. After Sasha's talk and video presentation, the floor will be opened up for questions. This two-hour seminar is sponsored by Colleagues International, The Kalamazoo Valley Museum and the Kalamazoo Animation Festival International. The event will be held at the Kalamazoo Valley Museum: Interactive Learning Hall from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm and is free to the public.

Animated Events

French Animation Shorts Screening

By Guest (not verified) | Wednesday, July 16, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: July 16, 2003

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'

Business Events

USC's Summer Digital Screening of FINDING NEMO

By Guest (not verified) | Monday, July 7, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: July 7, 2003

The Entertainment Technology Center at USC's Digital Cinema Laboratory launches a summer series of digitally projected movies with Disney/Pixar's FINDING NEMO on July 7, 2003. The screenings will be held at 7:00 pm at the Lab's historic theater location on Hollywood Blvd., near Cahuenga Blvd. in Hollywood.

Anime Events

Anime Expo 2003

By Guest (not verified) | Thursday, July 3, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: July 3, 2003

Anime Expo is the largest convention devoted to Japanese animation and manga (comics) in the United States. Hosted by the Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation (SPJA), Anime Expo is the gathering place of thousands of fans and professionals in the anime and manga industry.


Films Events

ASIFA-Hollywood To Screen The Art of Animated Industrials at AFI

By Guest (not verified) | Saturday, June 28, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: June 28, 2003

ASIFA-Hollywood will be presenting rare industrial films from the 1950s at the American Film Institute in the Ted Ashley Screening Room on Saturday, June 28, 2003 at 3:00 pm. Some of the rare 16mm and 35mm film prints include films produced by major studios, such as UPA, John Sutherland Productions, Playhouse Pictures and Quartet Films.


Fanime Con

By Guest (not verified) | Friday, June 20, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: June 20, 2003

Fanime Con is an annual convention that celebrates the world of Anime. Created by fans, for fans. Fanime Con is Northern Califoria's largest anime convention and this year will mark it's 10-year anniversary.

Industry guests include Yoshiyuki Sadamoto (character designer of Evangelion, FLCL, and .Hack Sign), Tsurumaki Kazuya (director of FLCL and Evangelion movies), Yoshimatsu Takahiro (character designer of Trigun and Ninja Scroll TV), and many more guests will be arriving from Japan!

Be sure to check out our Website for the complete guests of honor list.

Festival Events

Niagara Indie Filmfest

By Guest (not verified) | Thursday, June 12, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: June 12, 2003

The Niagara Indie Filmfest is an annual, juried,competitive short film and video festival held eachyear in June. Open to Canadian residents. Entriesmust be no longer than 30 minutes (including credits)and can originate on film or video. Categories includeAnimation, Comedy, Drama/Narrative, Experimental andDocumentary. The festival is held at Brock Universityin St. Catharines, Ontario. Cash prizes are awarded.Entry forms and complete rules and regulations canbe downloaded from the festival website at


AICP Award Show

By Guest (not verified) | Monday, June 9, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: June 9, 2003

The Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) has announced an inaugural program honoring innovative work in screen-based integration of branded content, to take place June 9, 2003 at the MoMA Gramercy Theatre, 127 East 23rd Street, as part of the 12th Annual AICP Show & Brand Integration Honors.

Animation Events


By Guest (not verified) | Saturday, June 7, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: June 7, 2003

The Prom is the annual show of new works from the students, staff and faculty of the UCLA Animation Workshop. The styles of animation vary from traditional to digital to experimental and in some cases a mixture of all three mediums. A reception will follow the screening


This event is FREE. To RSVP, please call (310) 825-5829. Park in Lot #3. Parking is $7.00. For further information visit

Chicago Events

WIA Chicago Chapter launch party

By Guest (not verified) | Thursday, June 5, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: June 5, 2003

Chicago Chapter of Women In Animation Launch Party

Location: 941 W. Lawrence Ave. Suite 500, Chicago, Illionois

Featuring: screenings, guest speakers, door prizes, libations and more.

Admission fee is $5 for WIA members, students and seniors and $10 for non-members.

Submit work for the screening. Animators are encouraged to contribute copies of their work on vhs format along with their contact information for archiving.

Film Events

ASIFA-Hollywood Screening

By Guest (not verified) | Saturday, May 31, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: May 31, 2003

ASIFA-Hollywood will be presenting a new compilation of the worst television cartoons produced during the 1950s and 1960s at the American Film Institute in the Ted Ashley Screening Room on Saturday, May 31, 2003 at 3:00 pm Some of the rare 16mm and 35mm film prints include CLUTH CARGO, SUPER PRESIDENT, Rankin-Bass' PINOCCHIO, KOKO THE CLOWN and rare Sam Singer (the Ed Wood of animation) shows.

Productions Events

ASIFA Colorado Presents Mighty Fudge - Big Toe Productions

By Guest (not verified) | Wednesday, May 28, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: May 28, 2003

Mighty Fudge is currently producing a follow up video for Dressy Bessy's new album. They are focusing on making an animated music video and producing our own "Saturday Morning Cartoons for Adults." Big Toe Productions (Damian Griffin) will talk about the production of his short film and touring the animation festival circuit. Damian is the single mind and force of will behind his stories, production, promotion and distribution of his work.

Wednesday, May 28, 2003 at 7:00 pm at the Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design Theater 6875 E. Evans Ave Denver, CO 80224

Effects Events

X2 Presentation & Screening at L.A. ACM SIGGRAPH Meeting

By Guest (not verified) | Tuesday, May 20, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: May 20, 2003

The Los Angreles Chapter meeting of SIGGRAPH will feature "making of" presentations of the visual effects in X2: X-MEN UNITED , as well as a special screening of the movie at Samuel Goldwyn Theater, Academy of Motion Picture Artists & Sciences, 8949 Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills, California.

Artists from Cinesite and Rhythm & Hues will be on hand to discuss the creation of innovative effects from Nightcrawler's teleportation to Storm's tornados.

Event is sponsored by Side Effects Software, whose Houdini 3D software was used extensively throughout the film.

Festival Events

1st Festival of Japanese Anime

By Guest (not verified) | Friday, May 2, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: May 2, 2003

The American Cinematheque at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood will present the 1st Festival of Japanese Anime from May 2-14, 2003. It features a cross-section of the newest and most challenging work from Japan, including the U.S. premieres of THE CAT RETURNS, the mondo-insane TAMALA2010 A PUNK CAT IN SPACE, the lovely fable PRINCESS ARETE, the long-awaited three-part anthology film MEMORIES, and Miramax Films


Cannes IndieFest

By Guest (not verified) | Thursday, May 1, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: May 1, 2003

Telluride and Key West IndieFest - at the CANNES!

Press Release: 11.21.02 (Greetings from the Beach) -------------------

Dear Independent Filmmakers, Screenwriters, and Indie Cinema Aficionados,

I am taking the *selected/winning* entries - from Telluride IndieFest 2002 (August 20 - September 2) AND Key West IndieFest 2003 (winners 'to be announced' on March 15, 2003) - WITH me to the Cannes Film Festival (in early May, 2003).

With the *selected/winning* artist's permission/consent (of course).

---------------- A SCREENING VENUE:

Animation Events

Shanghai International Cartoon Carnival

By Guest (not verified) | Wednesday, April 30, 2003 at 11:00am
Begins: April 30, 2003

The 1st Annual Shanghai International Cartoon Carnival is an animation and comics festival targeted at children and teenagers. The focus of the Carnival is screenings of animation, interactive games, fan-based activities (COSPLAY, fan-art), and live games. Emphasis is placed solely on the enjoyment of the attendees (viz., children). As this is the first year of the event, there will be no competition or entry fees. All major formats, including animation with linked live performances, are acceptable for submission.