Project Highlight: Bring Filmmakers to the ATL!
2015 Atlanta Film Festival Kickstarter
Hey ATL animation fans, remember that one time we hosted the legendary Bill Plympton at the Atlanta Film Festival? That was awesome. This is the campaign that made it happen. Show some love, support today!
Stay tooned! ASIFA-Atlanta is partnering with Atlanta Film Festival again in 2015!
INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION DAY
Presented by ASIFA-Atlanta
Tuesday, October 28 | 7:30PM
Hill Auditorium, High Museum of Art
In 2002, ASIFA, the International Animated Film Association, launched a global event to celebrate the art of animation. October 28th was proclaimed as International Animation Day (IAD), commemorating the first public performance of Emile Reynaud's Theatre Optique at the Grevin Museum in Paris, in 1892. Each year, ASIFA groups around the world celebrate IAD by exchanging animated short films and hosting free screenings open to the public. In 2013, about 35 different countries in all the continents celebrated this day.
This year will be ASIFA-Atlanta's 8th participating in IAD thanks to the support of local animators who submit to Roll Yer Own, our dedicated board and volunteers, the High Museum of Art, and animation fans like you.
Trailer produced by Pierre M. Cerrato, pyeah.tumbr.com
Music: Prefuse 73, "Desks Pencils Bottles"
What Happens When Children Don't Eat Soup (8:00) Paweł Prewencki, Poland
Create (2:06) Dan MacKenzie, USA - Atlanta
Rainbow Hill (3:40) Wendell McShine, Trinidad & Tobago
Home Dog (1:21) Emanuel Barros, Portugal
One Day (5:15) Fangyuan Qiu, China
Cameras Take Five (2:53) Steven Woloshen, Canada
Nightmare on Corkstreet (1:00) Lucas Paio, Brazil
Garbanzos (3:16) Ammar Nassri, USA - Atlanta
Acreditava No Nada | Believe in Nothing (3:51) Vanessa Namora Caeiro, Portugal
STARLIGHT (3:53) Marisa Tontaveetong, Yu Ueda, Tamarind King, Shir Wen Sun
Mean Teddies (2:25) Tyler Novo, Canada
Electric Soul (4:59) Joni Mannisto, Brazil
Wolf Within (9:34) Alex Horan, USA - Atlanta
Black and White (5:20) Xiaobo Qiang/Yi Shi/Hailu Chen, China
Fly Mill (7:17) Anu-Laura Tuttleberg, submitted by ASIFA-Brazil