The GLAS Animation Festival celebrates the closing of its second annual edition with a ‘Best of’ screening at the Los Angeles Downtown Independent on Thursday, April 20.
The GLAS Animation Festival is celebrating the closing of its second annual edition with a “Best of” screening at the Los Angeles Downtown Independent on Thursday, April 20.
The screening lineup includes GLAS 2017 Grand Prix winner Impossible Figures and Other Stories II by Marta Pajek, along with best narrative short Nighthawk by Spela Cadez, best non-narrative short Datum Point by Ryo Orikasa and the specially mentioned Orogenesis by Boris Labbe, best undergraduate short Big Surf by Brian Smee, best U.S. short Jill by Lilli Carre, Audience Award recipient Hotaru by William Laboury, and High Summer by Josselin Facon.
Best of GLAS 2017
Thursday, April 20
251 S. Main St.
Los Angeles, CA 90021
Doors open at 7:30, Screening starts at 8:30. Tickets are $12 per person, and are available for purchase online and at the door.
Source: GLAS Animation Festival