SAVE THE DATE! Join ASIFA-Atlanta for the 14th Annual International Animation Day. 

Catch curated animation from different ASIFA-chapters around the world including Australia, Austria, and Japan!

ASIFA-Atlanta 14th International Animation Day

Plaza Theatre 7-9.30 PM


ASIFA Atlanta will be attending Maker Faire 2015, hosting a hands-on animation workshop. This is great chance to learn the animation basics  and meet with local Atlanta animators. Great for kids!

October 3 (sat) 10:00am-5:00pm.
October 4 (sun) 12:00pm-5:00pm.


Bumper directed by Yadnee Kohok, Music by Dean Chan

This year marks the 20th anniversary of ASIFA-Atlanta’s existence. With another exciting year, in partnership with the Atlanta Film Festival, we present our 13th annual "Roll Yer Own" Animation Showcase for local and independent animated shorts. If you are a student, independent animator or professional working on a side project in Atlanta, this event was made for you! Selected entries will also be considered for our International Animation Day DVD sent abroad to our partner chapters all over the world.

Monday, August 31, 2015
7:30PM - 9:30PM, $5. FREE for members
Plaza Theater, 1049 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, 30306
Recommended for ages 16+
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LIST OF ANIMATION LINE UP (See our E-Zine here for more details)

Stationary directed by Ashley Love, Benjamin Knox, Justice Obiaya
Wild Encounters directed by Phillip Brunson, Yadnee Kohok, Carlos Soler Quiroga
Can I Stay directed by Onyee Lo, Katie Khudson
Nu-Life directed by Lynn Kim
Beyond the Treeline directed by Andrew Goh
Where Flowers Once Grew directed by Gabrielle Ray
Trash Talk directed by Janice Chun
Invidia directed by Amber Huang
The Razor Man directed by Brandon Jones
The Blue Sweater directed by Dhaneesh Jameson
Hi-Score directed by Mary Jane Whiting
Journey into Womanhood directed by Lamar Ford
Thundercluck: Chicken of Thor directed by Paul A. Tillery
Fast Yeti directed by Denise Plauche
Stellar Moves: The Story of Pluto directed by Millivette Gonzalez, Tabia Lees, Valerie Sattazahn
Fox Tale directed by Doosun Shin
Aloha Hohe directed by Kevin Temmer
Peanut Butter Jelly directed by Alex Beaty
IM Possible directed by Prasad Kamalakar
Peanut and Penelope directed by Jalysa Leva
Fishtale Follies directed by Savannah Alexandra
Companion directed by Sean O'Neill
Playhouse Pirate directed by Julia Cowle
Canned directed by Tanya Zaman
Patches directed by Megan Phillips

Two Films About Loneliness — Will Bishop-Stephens, Christopher Eales

Animation- Shorts Block
Tuesday, March 24
 9:00 PM — 7 Stages Theatre
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Saturday Morning Cartoons- Shorts Block

Saturday, March 21
11:00 AM — The Plaza Theatre, Main Stage
Kids under 12 get in FREE with paid adult (max 4)!
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Archer: Behind the Scenes

Tuesday, March 24
1:30 PM to 2:30 PM
7 Stages, Main Stage

Presented by: Jay Li, Chris Malone, Josh Grubbs, & Allyssa Lewis from Floyd County Productions. The 3D and 2D animators/illustrators from Floyd County Productions will present clips from the Emmy-nominated animated series “Archer” and discuss how they broke into the industry. There will be a Q&A and a meet-and-greet with the panelists following the program.

Silhouette Animation: 3D Printing Laser Cutting
Presented by: Ginger Tontaveetong, Ai Zhang, & Yu Ueda. With help from innovative technologies like the 3D printer and laser cutter, the animation industry has opened to a world of possibilities. Join us where papercraft meets stop motion animation as we present an up close demo of how Pepakura and Pop Up Pro paper craft software can create amazing effects as seen in our ATLFF film bumper.
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Watch the Trailer

HOME Pre-screening event! SOLD OUT

What: HOME Pre-screening
Where: Regal, Atlantic Station
When: March 7, 10:30AM

Synopsis: When Oh, a loveable misfit from another planet, lands on Earth and finds himself on the run from his own people, he forms an unlikely friendship with an adventurous girl named Tip who is on a quest of her own. Through a series of comic adventures with Tip, Oh comes to understand that being different and making mistakes is all part of being human. And while he changes her planet and she changes his world, they discover the true meaning of the word HOME.