The organizers of Animation Nights New York have revealed the details for their April events, including a Master Class presentation by legendary indie animator Bill Plympton, and a screening and networking event. Both evening engagements will take place at 192 Front Street in NYC.
Taking place Saturday, April 2 from 5-7 p.m., the Bill Plympton Master Class Presentation is part of the South Street Seaport’s 3rd annual Out to See Festival, sponsored by Little Water Radio with the support of the Howard Hughes Corporation. Admission is free but an RSVP through the presentation’s Eventbrite page is required.
The ANNY monthly short film screening and networking event is set for Wednesday, April 13 at 8 p.m. and is also taking place in residency with the Out to See Festival. Admission is free (RSVP here) and beer and wine will be on offer. The April films are: Teeth by Tom brown, 4 O’Clock by Armel Oenn, Dirty Laundry Day by Jail Lahham, Mer Depre by Margaret Orr, Beat in the Forest by Adi Goral, Fox Ground by Meghdad, An Adventure of Fear by Cristina Vilches, LooLoo by Kianoush Abedi & Nima Majlesi, Tripbook by Nicolas Bianco-Levin, Flight by Janell O’Rourke & Vincent Evans, The Lighthouse by Velislava Gospodinova, In Black by Lai Wei, Birds Dream by Chai Mi, Pochleba by Barbara Mydiak, and Encore un Gros Lapin? By Emilie Pigeard.