BAKSHI TRIBUTE AT THE AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE

BAKSHI TRIBUTE AT THE AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE

The American Cinematheque presents ANIMATION A-GO-GO! AN IN
PERSON TRIBUTE TO RALPH BAKSHI at the Egyptian (April 29 – May 1) and Aero (May 1) Theatres in Los Angeles. Blasted into public consciousness – and controversy – by the first X-rated cartoon, FRITZ THE CAT, legendary writer/director/producer Ralph Bakshi’s career in animation spans an astounding 50 years.

The series is highlighted by opportunities to see screenings of Bakshi’s personal prints of THE LORD OF THE RINGS & WIZARDS, two films that are rarely seen. A selection of Bakshi rarities including the World Premiere of an unseen Bakshi short and a series of long lost 1960s Coca-Cola commercials he made with Peter Max, the artist whose psychedelic work became an icon of the 60s.

For more info, visit the American Cinematheque website.




Posted on April 26, 2005 in News by
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