Cinematheque to Screen New Shorts for Adults


Animation fans looking for something fresh and new should be more than satisfied by a special shorts program set to run at 7:30 p.m. this Saturday, Jan. 25, at The American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.

The program, Animation for Adults: Short Program features shorts from local filmmakers and from students at USC and CalArts. The two-hour program will feature everything from experimental animation to traditional cartoons.

The films include:

  • Myke Chilian’s The Animated Tales of GWAR
  • Brandon Lake’s Tin
  • Max Winston’s I Live in the Woods
  • Louis Thomas’ Le Ballet
  • Jason Reicher’s The Red Tide
  • Paul Flores Camping Chaos
  • Ethan Clarke’s Drifters
  • Quique’s Lionfish Delusion
  • Jacob Streilein’s Punctuwool
  • Tom Law’s Eyes
  • Aron Bothman’s Still
  • Madeline Sharafian’s Omelette
  • Ryan Gillis’ Badbloom, FL
  • Careen Ingle’s Bob Hope
  • Emily Henricks Eckstein’s Multiply
  • Laura Yilmaz’s Places Other People Have Lived
  • Reginald Ford’s Tailypo
  • Cecilia Fletcher’s Peekaboo
  • Javier Barboza’s Papel Picado

For information on tickets, visit the American Cinematheque page at The Egyptian Theatre is located at 6712 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028.

The Animated Tales of GWAR

The Animated Tales of GWAR