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 www.americancinemathequecalendar.com/content/animation-for-adults-shorts-program. The Egyptian Theatre is located at 6712 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028.