The tale of a mythical cowboy showdown with eco-villains intent on paving over idyllic Sourdough Creek, the 2D animated film debuts December 9 at the Los Angeles Animation Festival; tickets are now available.
Academy Award-nominated animator Bill Plympton’s new 2D animated feature Slide makes its Los Angeles premiere at the Los Angeles Animation Festival (LAAF) Saturday, December 9, followed by a Q&A with the man himself. Tickets are available here.
The film tells the tale of a mythical cowboy showdown with eco-villains intent on paving over idyllic Sourdough Creek.
Slide is a Slamdance Film Festival 2024 selection for its "Breakouts" section. The festival runs January 19-25, 2024, in Park City, Utah.
Plympton has collaborated with Madonna, Kanye West, and Weird Al Yankovic in several music videos and book projects. In 2006, Plympton received the Annie Awards’ Winsor McCay Lifetime Achievement Award. His work includes animating six opening "couch gags" for FOX-TV's The Simpsons. Plympton also received a 2019 Webby Award for his six Trump Bites shorts, which used real audio of Donald Trump.
Visit Plympton’s website, Plymtoons, to learn more. And enjoy the trailer: