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ASIFA-Hollywood's Animation Expo arrives in March

ASIFA-Hollywood has announced more details about their Animation Expo taking place March 5-6, 1999 at the Glendale Civic Auditorium and Glendale Community College. Among the numerous workshops and seminars planned for this year's Expo are: "Developing an Animation Program at Your School" by Dave Master, "Animation Voice Acting" by Lucille Bliss, "Thinking Visually - Writing for Animation" by Craig Miller and Marv Wolfman, "Basic Secrets of Animation" by Tom Sito, "Trends for the New Millennium: Animation on the Internet" by AWN's own Dan Sarto, "Freelancing in the Animation Industry" by Sarah Baisley, "Behind the Scenes - Making an Animated Feature" by Frank Gladstone, "Animation in Video Game Development" by Noah Dudley, "Developing and Pitching Your Animated Project" by Tom Tataranowicz and "Screen Credit - More Than Just A Lottery Prize" by Steve Hulett. In addition, the two-day Expo includes numerous participants from industry suppliers and digital technology companies to independent members of the creative community and major studios. ASIFA-Hollywood members receive free floor passes for both days of the Expo by showing their membership card. A floor pass with seminar admission is $25 for members and $50 for non-members. One-day floor passes are available free to members of MPSC Local 839, Academy of Television Arts & Sciences - Animation Peer Group, SIGGRAPH, Animation Writer's Caucus and Women In Animation. The deadline for exhibitor registration is February 12. For additional information and registration forms, visit or to request an exhibitor packet, contact Jean Wright at ASIFA-Hollywood, (818) 842-8330.