Disney’s 100th Anniversary Celebration continues next month during ‘World Princess Week’ with the inaugural 4K streaming release of the 1950 animated classic.
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The streamer will debut a trove of films featuring iconic Disney characters like Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit as part of its 100-year anniversary celebration.
To celebrate the home entertainment release, special New York screenings of William Cameron Menzies’ 1953 sci-fi classic will be held January 14 and January 18 at MoMA and at the Bedford Playhouse Clive Davis Arts Center January 15.
Events includes presentations from restoration and preservation experts from Fotokem, MTI Film, Roundabout Entertainment, Sony Pictures Entertainment, The Walt Disney Studios and the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
Encore presentation of the 4K restoration of the Japanese anime feature ‘Belladonna of Sadness,’ directed by Eiichi Yamamoto of ‘Astro Boy’ fame, runs September 16, 17 & 18.
The Academy teams up with New York’s Museum of Modern Art to present a restoration of Richard Williams’s ‘The Thief and the Cobbler: A Moment in Time. 1992.’ with special appearances by the director and a discussion with animation historian John Canemaker.
Short film program now online for independent animation festival’s 13th edition running July 28-31 at Rooftop Films and BAMcinématek in New York City.
Follow-up to successful 2015 effort will help bring curated show of international animated shorts to a wider audience in a theatrical setting.
Independent animation festival’s 13th edition to include a 30th anniversary screening of ‘The Transformers: The Movie’ in 35mm, a New York advertising showcase curated by J.J. Sedelmaier, and a Cartoon Restoration showcase with Jerry Beck and Tommy Stathes.
Cinelicious, SpectreVision and The Cinefamily in Los Angeles team to present a 4K restoration of the Japanese anime feature ‘Belladonna of Sadness,’ directed by Eiichi Yamamoto (‘Astro Boy’) and produced by Osamu Tezuka’s Mushi Productions.
The Animation Show of Shows -- dedicated to restoring, preserving and promoting exemplary animated short films with the world -- will be brought to the public for the first time with a new non-profit initiative.
Annual short film showcase establishes itself as a non-profit to preserve, restore and promote animated short films, and also announces the launch of a Kickstarter campaign with an eye towards theatrical distribution.