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Silk Screen Asian American Film Festival

By Guest (not verified) | Friday, May 12, 2006 at 11:00am
Begins: May 12, 2006

Silk Screen Asian American Film Festival is a multiple-day international film festival. With more than 30 feature films in multiple venues, a Launch Party Gala, workshops and presentations, Silk Screen will be an annual event showcasing Asian made films as well as films made by Asian Americans.

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Over the Hedge & Southland Tales to Screen at Cannes

The 59th edition of the Festival de Cannes announced its official selection. DreamWorks Animation returns to coveted event with Tim Johnson and Karey Kirkpatricks OVER THE HEDGE, which screen as part of the Official selection Out Of Competition special screenings.

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Screen Media Lochs Rights for Water Giant Feature

Independent distributor Screen Media Ventures has secured all domestic rights to the CG-animated and live action feature MEE-SHEE: THE WATER GIANT, which stars Bruce Greenwood and Rena Owen, reports VARIETY. Jim Henson's Creature Shop provide the vfx.

Film Sales Co. represented the film, budgeted at $25 million and produced by Rainer Mockert and Barry Authors, who wrote the screenplay. John Henderson directed.

The story tracks the adventures of an 8-year-old who discovers a Loch Ness monster-like creature that he must protect from poachers.

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Inaugural Silk Screen Asian American Film Fest Calls for Entries

By Rick DeMott | Wednesday, February 8, 2006 at 12:00am

Silk Screen Asian American Film FestivalPittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USAMay 12-20 2006Deadline: February 27, 2006

Silk Screen Asian American Film Festival is a multiple-day international film festival. With more than 30 feature films in multiple venues, a Launch Party Gala, workshops and presentations, Silk Screen will be an annual event showcasing Asian made films as well as films made by Asian Americans.

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Screen Gems Blesses TOKYOPOP Manga

Screen Gems has hired AMITYVILLE HORROR director Andrew Douglas to turn Min-Woo Hyungs manga PRIEST, published by TOKYOPOP, into a feature film, reports VARIETY. Mitchell Peck, Mike De Luca, Sam Raimi and Josh Donen will produce the film, which is set to start production this summer. Cory Goodman wrote the screenplay.

The tale is a vampire Western that follows a warrior priest who disobeys church law by partnering with a young sheriff and a priestess to hunt down a band of renegade vampires who have kidnapped his niece.

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PES Screening

By Guest (not verified) | Thursday, November 3, 2005 at 11:00am
Begins: November 3, 2005

At 8:15 pm, San Francisco State will host a reception and screening for PES, one of NY's hottest commercial animation directors. The event will take place at the Coppola Auditorium, Fine Arts 101. The screening is free and the public is invited. PES and his partner Sarah Phelps will screen and discuss their stop-motion work. He is also the creator of the award winning short ROOF SEX.

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The WB Network Prime-Time Show, Drew Carey’s Green Screen Show Continues!

Dont miss DREW CAREYS GREEN SCREEN SHOW on the WB Network! This innovative improv comedy show sets top improvers Drew Carey, Colin Mochrie, Greg Proops, Brad Sherwood, Jeff Davis and others against a green-screen effects set in a host of various improvisational games. Later Acme Filmworks roster of top animation talent from around the globe adds to the hilarity with animated backdrops and props that complement the performances of the actors.

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Tron to Screen at the El Cap

For 10 days, starting May 6, 2004, The El Capitan Theatre will screen an archival 70 mm print of Walt Disney Pictures' 1982 landmark computer animated feature, TRON, featuring six-track Dolby SR Stereo. As part of the salute, original costumes and memorabilia will be on display.

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Seabiscuit Rides Onto DVD

SEABISCUIT, writer/director Gary Ross' acclaimed screen adaptation of Laura Hillenbrand's revered bestseller about the legendary race horse and his place in American lore, comes to DVD Dec. 16, 2003 (Universal Home Entertainment, $26.98) with several noteworthy extras: commentary from Ross and director Steven Soderbergh, production notes, three featurettes ("Racing Through History," "Bringing the Legend to Life" and "Anatomy of a Movie Moment: From Script to Screen") and co-star Jeff Bridge's on-set photographs.

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Screen Cartoonists Golf Classic

By Guest (not verified) | Saturday, June 29, 2002 at 11:00am
Begins: June 29, 2002

Don't miss the upcoming SCREEN CARTOONISTS GOLF CLASSIC. Join us June 29 at Elkins Ranch Golf Course. Everyone welcome!!! Good golfers, bad golfers, occasional golfers, students, relatives and friends

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Giant Screen Theater Association 2001 Conference & Trade Show

By Guest (not verified) | Thursday, September 20, 2001 at 11:00am
Begins: September 20, 2001

The six-day conference will debut the results of the GSTA recently released Economic Impact Study, a comprehensive examination of the quantitative and qualitative factors that affect how large format films are produced, distributed and exhibited. The conference will also feature up to 12 new giant screen films and 4 short films and will introduce a nightly "wrap party" for attendees to network and expound on the events of the day.

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The Acrobat Issue Of Animation World Magazine Is Now On-Line!

In this issue we are looking at a few current topics in the technology realm. What does the future hold for the high-end computer software/hardware companies? Have their glory days passed? Are all these new software versions really necessary? With the help of industry veteran Richard Taylor, Bruce Manning tackles a few of these topics and more. Mark Winstanley is outlining how software packages are becoming Web-export capable and John Edgar Park profiles and offers advice on low cost software/hardware systems which offer high-end results.

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