Tuesday, January 06, 2009
The screening is free and is taking place on Tuesday, January 6 at Kodak. At6 p.m. there are refreshments served and an opportunity to refine your schmoozing skills, and at 7 p.m. sharp there is going to be a screening of brand new animated films (see the list of films and filmmakers below).
The Kodak Screening Room is at 360 West 31st Street between 8th and 9th Avenues, please take 9th Ave. elevators to 2nd floor.
RSVP for the screening by calling 1-800 863 5787 and leave your full name and the number of guests you’ll be bringing with you.
— HISTORY OF THE MEAT PACKING DISTRICT, UNNATURAL HISTORY OF WALL STREET and BOWERY from Gary Leib.
— THE ROYAL NIGHTMARE from Alex Budovsky
— ELEPHANT GIRL and MOTHER’S DAY from David Lobser
— HUNGER LIKE THE WOLF from Eun-Ha Paek
— SANTA: THE FASCIST YEARS and MEXICAN STANDOFF from Bill Plympton
— WESTERN SPAGHETTI from PES
— Excerpt from BIRTH from Signe Baumane