Animation at Rooftop Films This Week

Posted by on Jun 10, 2013 in Industry Events | No Comments
Open Road Rooftop, Photo by Sarah Palmer, courtesy of Rooftop Films

Open Road Rooftop, Photo by Sarah Palmer, courtesy of Rooftop Films

Rooftop Films have a few animation screenings coming up!  Remember, ASIFA-East members get $3 of tickets to any show.  Look for the discount code in our email newsletter or contact us.  Enter the code when buying tickets.

From our friends at Rooftop –

Wednesday, June 12 – Free screening!
Interface Innovation (Short Films)
Rooftop Films presents a collection of new short films featuring datamoshed moments and postmodem lifestyles, accompanied by new interactive works from the Brooklyn Experimental Media Center and the CITE Game Innovation Lab, both at NYU-Poly.
Venue: MetroTech Commons, 5 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn

8:00PM Doors open
8:30PM Live music by Hot Sugar
9:00PM Films begin

The Films:
Datamosh (Yung Jake | 5′)
Remember Carthage (Jon Rafman | 13′)
RPG OKC (Emily Carmichael | 9′)
#PostModem (Jillian Mayer & Lucas Leyva | 13′)
Happy Birthday (Rhio Unt | 12′)
Magnetic Reconnection (Kyle Armstrong | 13′)

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Saturday, June 15
Absurd Animation (Short Films)
Outlandish animated creatures in outrageous situations, Rooftop brings absurdly amazing animated short films to the roof.
Venue: On the roof of New Design High School, 350 Grand St. @ Essex (Lower East Side, Manhattan)

8:00PM Doors open
8:30PM Live music by Wires.Under.Tension.
9:00PM Film begins
11:30 PM Afterparty sponsored by Red Stripe at Fontana’s (105 Eldridge St. @ Grand St.)

The Films:
Wires.Under.Tension. – “Landscape Architecture” (St. John McKay Smith | 5’)
Boogodobiegodongo (Peter Millard | 4’)
and/or (Emily Hubley | 6’)
Move Mountain (Kirsten Lepore | 11’)
The Shrine (Sean Pecknold | 8’)
Thank You (Pendelton Ward, Tom Herpich | 11’)
Anomalies (Benjamin Cady | 15’)
Not About Us (Michael Frei | 5’)
Crossover (Fabian Grodde | 6’)
Last Breath (Ying Ping Mak | 8’)
Sharaf (David Aronowitsch, Hanna Heilborn | 12’)
Marcel, King of Tervuren (Tom Schroeder | 6’)

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