The 2005 edition of the Animation Show opens in Los Angeles at Landmark’s Nuart Theatre for an exclusive one-week engagement. Co-created by Mike Judge and Don Hertzfeldt, the Animation Show features an all-new collection of the best animation from around the world and award winners from many top film festivals: Cannes, Melbourne, Chicago & San Francisco.
Celebrating animation from all walks of life, the 2005 program has gathered everything from groundbreaking new indie films (“FEDS”, “Pan With Us”) to the very latest in CGI wizardry (“Rock Fish”, “Fallen Art”). This year’s headliners include Bill Plympton’s hilarious “Guard Dog” and Don Hertzfeldt’s long-awaited epic, “The Meaning of Life”.
For more info, visit The Animation Show website.
Posted on February 14, 2005 in News by Film Threat Staff
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