See Roni in an Animated Short (only in Los Angeles, one day)

Sharon Burian, my friend that is in the Animation MFA program at UCLA rotoscoped (and added to) a video that I made in Bali, Indonesia (with monkeys, my arch-nemeses).  I have seen and enjoyed it.  A nice piece of work.

It will be screened on Saturday, June 6th at UCLA. There are two screenings (both FREE!): 5:30 PM and 8:45 PM.

And apparently, there are drinks, as well.

Location:

James Bridges Theater
UCLA Film School
405 Hilgard Ave

RSVPhttp://legacy.tft.ucla.edu/festival/

(Tickets are free, but you must RSVP to get into the show.)

Additional things to know:

 

  • There are usually about 20 pieces.  It runs about 2 hours long.
  • There is a wide variety of animation.
  • Sharon’s hope is that if you show up, you stay for it all.

 


Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=80315303302&ref=share

Come join the Animation Workshop for a FREE night full of Animation, Food, Drinks, Music, Fun, and lots of antics!

This year we have the privilege of honoring David Silverman with our first annual award for Outstanding Contribution to Animation for the 20th Anniversary of The Simpsons. Emmy award winner director for The Simpsons, Chuck Sheetz will be introducing his fellow workshop Alum. 

Following an Opening by Ducky Films, we’ll be screening short Animated films by students of the MFA program for Animation at UCLA.

To end the night we’ll be giving students awards for best Art Direction, best Story and best Animation. The prestigious Dan McLaughlin award will also be given.

Two Screenings! 5:30 pm and 8:45 pm, with receptions following BOTH.

RSVP http://legacy.tft.ucla.edu/festival/
(Tickets are free, but you must RSVP to get into the show)

Catering by ASUCLA
Bartending by Alligator Pear

The event is FREE FREE FREE
Parking is $9 in Lot 3 at UCLA

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So go and get some drinks and support my rising stardom.

If you’re gonna head there, let me know, as I’m curious (obviously, I can’t, due to locational restrictions).

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