Cinefamily's Animation Breakdown 2011!

Animation Breakdown festival pass/Cinefamily membership – starting at $90
(NOTE: all Cinefamily memberships come with a pass to the entire Animation Breakdown 2011 festival, priority seating & invites to all afterparties!) Membership guarantees free entry into all shows, but not guaranteed seating. In order to guarantee seating, Cinefamily members must purchase pre-sale tickets ahead of time, and will be refunded in cash at the box office (minus the nominal Brown Paper Tickets surcharge) at the show.
With its ability to create enchanting new realities and explore our limitless imaginations, nowhere is the inherently magical nature of cinema more powerfully distilled than in the realm of animation. The Cinefamily, along with co-presenters Cartoon Brew and Animation Block Party, is proud to present ANIMATION BREAKDOWN — a six-day festival celebrating the greatest in mind-expanding international animation, old and new, shorts and features!
Thrill to an advance screening of Pixar’s newest short La Luna, new films by the Brothers Quay and Spike Jonze; live in-person appearances from underground animation star Don Hertfzeldt, cult favorite/Adult Swim new recruit Brad Neely, a cast/crew reunion of Cartoon Network’s seminal Space Ghost: Coast to Coast, Frank Zappa’s legendary go-to claymation freakster Bruce Bickford; and an extensive 35mm retrospective of Polish animation (with prints flown in from Europe!)
In conjunction with the festival, we also have parties, autograph signings, and a celebratory gallery show at Synchronicity Space featuring the art of Bruce Bickford (in his first L.A. gallery appearance) along with animators and creators of such cutting-edge programs as Adventure Time and Xavier: Renegade Angel. Join us at Synchronicity Space (713 N. Heliotrope, LA, CA, 90029) on Wednesday, November 30th for our opening night reception!
From the warped wit and gleeful absurdity of Adult Swim upstarts to the fantastic otherworlds of Polish surrealist masters like Zbigniew Rybczynski — ANIMATION BREAKDOWN is serving up an electrifying stew of the most awesomely original, riotously bizarre, transcendentally beautiful and third-eye-opening animation from around the globe. It’s not just an animation festival. It’s not just an animation celebration. It’s Animation Breakdown — it ain’t quite the same!

Watch Cinefamily’s trailer for Animation Breakdown 2011!

Jerry Beck's Animation Tuesdays: Disney's Lost Laugh-O-Grams!

Rare Walt Disney silent toons!
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12/6/2011 - 8PM
Co-presented by Cartoon Brew & The Silent Treatment

The Cinefamily and The Silent Treatment team up with Jerry Beck’s Animation Tuesdays to present a truly special program of rare Walt Disney silent films! Direct from The Museum of Modern Art, it’s brand-new 35mm restorations of previously “lost” Disney Laugh-O-Gram cartoons (his very first series of animated shorts, produced in Kansas City during 1922), including Jack The Giant Killer, Goldie Locks and The Three Bears, The Four Musicians of Bremen and Little Red Riding Hood. In addition to these early updates/parodies of classic fairy tales, we also have Disney’s original Puss In Boots (1922) and several other 35mm rareties: two of Disney’s live action/animation “Alice Comedies”, one of the rarest “Oswald the Lucky Rabbit” cartoons ever made, and live organ accompaniment to all of the films in the evening’s program!

Watch the early Disney Laugh-O-Gram “Little Red Riding Hood”!
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An Evening With Bruce Bickford (feat. World Premiere of his completed film "Cas'l"!)

Bruce Bickford in person!
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12/4/2011 - 8:30PM

Imagine if the lovechildren of Hieronymous Bosch and Gumby creator Art Clokey were conceived during a brown-acid freakout — and you’ll have but a glimpse into the plasticine psychedelia that inhabits the mindblowing microcosmos of animator Bruce Bickford! Best known for the films that admirer/collaborator Frank Zappa helped release into the wild (Baby Snakes, The Dub Room Special), this solitary, self-taught Seattleite has spent decades blowing the roof off the animation world’s expectations. His homespun hallucinatory clayscapes are staggering in their scope and crayon-grade gore, but the true mark of a Bickford stop-motion odyssey is the gleeful, nightmarish, boundlessly morphing detail he contains in every sequence. Bickford’s restless, hilarious altered-state action-adventures, replete with werewolves, dungeonmasters, forest nymphs and mutating cheeseburgers, affirm that even the gentlest soul can produce tumultuous, larger-than-life visions. Tonight, we honor Mr. Bickford in person, with a rare evening of shorts, experiments, and brand-new works highlighting his vastly underseen and equally remarkable hand-drawn animation — plus, the world premiere of Bickford’s finally-finished, twenty-plus-years-in-the-making magnum opus Cas’l, and live scores to select films by David Scott Stone (The Melvins, LCD Soundsystem) & Joey Karam (The Locust)!

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for An Evening With Bruce Bickford!

Watch an excerpt from Bruce Bickford’s “Prometheus’ Garden”!
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Masters of Polish Animation: The Enchanted World of Childrens' Animation

A rainbow-radiant 35mm show for all ages!
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12/4/2011 - 5:30PM
Presented by the Polish Cultural Institute New York, Screen Novelties & Cinespia

Armed with the same breadth of imagination and wit used to surrealistically shout their anxieties and skewer political absurdities, Polish animators created some of the world’s most enchanting, whimsical pieces of children’s cinema. Charged with a palpable a sense of purpose, they set out to paint brilliant color, joy and zest into childhoods that World War Two’s fallout had previously painted gray. Kaleidoscopic, playful, vibrant and charming, these artists’ widely diverse platters of eye candy are as aesthetically delicious as they are nourishing — retaining all of the humor, complexity and intellect of Poland’s greatest live-action films. Whether the jazzy cartoon-modern of Wladyslaw Neherbecki’s Cat and Mouse, the stop-motion whimsy of Teresa Badzian’s Button, the Yellow Submarine-like psychedelic stylings of Ryszard Antoniszczak’s Bye Steam! or the kinder-creations of such established masters as Gierz, Rybczynski and Antonisz, these boundlessly magical films are a trove of wonders and delights not to be missed in all of their rainbow-radiant 35mm splendor!

Films in the program:
MYSZKA I KOTEK / CAT AND MOUSE
, Wladyslaw Nehrebecki (Studio Filmów Rysunkowych), 1958, 8’30
GUZIK / BUTTON
, Teresa Badzian (Studio Miniatur Filmowych), 1964, 7’30
KWARTECIK / THE LITTLE QUARTET
, Edward Sturlis (Se-Ma-For), 1965, 7’
MALY WESTERN / A LITTLE WESTERN
, Witold Giersz (Studio Miniatur Filmowych), 1960, 5’
BAJKA / A TALE
, Ryszard Kuziemski (Studio Miniatur Filmowych), 1968, 10’
JA NAUKA WYSZLA Z LASU / NO KNOWLEDGE IS WASTED, 
Julian Antonisz, 1970, 8’
ZEGNAJ PARO! / BYE STEAM!
, Ryszard Antoniszczak,1974, 10’
JESLI UJRZYSZ KOTA / IF YOU SEE A CAT
, Daniel Szczechura, 1971 , 5’
PIESEK W KRATKĘ / THE PLAID PUPPY, 
Zofia Oldak, 1968, 8’
LOKOMOTYWA / LOCOMOTIVE, Zbigniew Rybczyński, 1975, 6’

Watch Cinefamily’s trailer for the “Enchanted World of Children’s Animation” show!

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for our Masters Of Polish Animation retrospective!

ABP's L.A. Draw: Los Angeles Animators' Panel & Brunch

Welcome to Los Angeles, Animation Block Party!
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12/4/2011 - 2PM
Co-presented by Animation Block Party

Welcome to Los Angeles, Animation Block Party! Join us for both a Sunday brunch and a unique screening/panel discussion, as ABP presents a showcase of some of Los Angeles’ most notable animation talent! Mixing a rare blend of distinctive broadcast shorts with L.A.-based film fest favorites from the ABP archives, the show features the L.A. premiere of Thank You (the new short from Adventure Time creator Pendleton Ward and artist Tom Herpich), fresh content from HBO’s new season of The Life and Times of Tim (created by Steve Dildarian), a sneak peek of Titmouse’s new Disney show Motorcity, and an exclusive look at MTV’s new series Good Vibes (created by David Gordon Green) alongside fest favorites such as No Naked from Caroline Foley, Re-Cre-A-Tion from Trisha Gum/Dan Field, and more local talent. Animators from Adventure Time, The Life And Times Of Tim and Good Vibes will be here at the Cinefamily for a post-screening Q&A and discussion!

Full List of Films:
- No Naked (Caroline Foley / 5:00 min)
- Life and Times of Tim: Keith to the Rescue (Steve Dildarian / 14 min)
- I Live in the Woods (Max Winston / 3:26 min)
- Adventure Time: Thank You (Pendelton Ward & Tom Herpich / 11 min)
- Re-Cre-a-tion (Trisha Gum & Dan Field / 5:50 min)
- 7th (Sara Pocock / 5:02 min)
- Wonder Hospital (Beomsik Shimbe Shim / 11:34 min)
- Barko (Allison Craig / Los Angeles / 7:39 min)
- Motorcity Sizzle Reel (Titmouse / 2 min)
- Good Vibes – Virgin Hangover (MTV / 12:09 minutes)

Screening will be followed by a panel discussion featuring:
- Tom Herpich: Writer, Storyboard Artist (Thank You and Adventure Time)
- Nick Jennings: Art Director (Thank You and Adventure Time)
- Mike Hollingsworth: Animation Director (The Life and Times of Tim)
- Allison Craig: Animation Director (Motorcity)
- Brad Abelson (Executive Producer, Good Vibes)
- Tyree Dillihay: Animation Director (Good Vibes)

Watch an “Adventure Time” music video (from the creators of “Thank You”!
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Adult Swim presents Brad Neely: From Creased Comics To China, IL

Brad Neely in person!
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12/3/2011 - 10PM
Presented by Adult Swim

Back in the genteel era of the mid-Aughts, when Brad Neely’s squiggly, minimalist/absurdist animations were exploding streaks of oblique insanity all over the Internet, few could have imagined that the mad scientist responsible for cultivating legions of confused snort-laughs and so much viral, hysterical unease via his Creased Comics web videos would reach a T.V. audience. But like his brilliant, dick-stuffed interpretation of the great George Washington, Neely is a master of playing against expectations. From Professor Brothers to I Am Baby Cakes, whether spearing biblical tropes with arrows of awesome, prescient disgustingness, or diving open-eyeballed into gleeful insipidity (Cat People, anyone?), Neely’s unmistakably bent sensibility punctures our souls like a radioactive railroad spike. And now, thanks to Adult Swim, Neely has another outlet in the form of his new series, China, IL. Join us for a selection of Creased Comics classics, unseen exclusives and a sure-to-be butt-gusting Q&A, as we trace the evolution and ethos of the Brad Neely multi-verse — and stick around after the show for our carnage-laden karaoke afterparty!

Watch Cinefamily’s trailer for “Brad Neely: From Creased Comics To China, IL”!

Watch an excerpt from “China, IL”!
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Watch the quick music video for Baby Cakes’ “Cat People”!
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Masters of Polish Animation - The '70s/'80s: Rybczynski and the Radical Outer Limits

A delectable dimension of animated otherness!
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12/3/2011 - 8PM
Presented by the Polish Cultural Institute New York & Cinespia

If their golden age of ‘50s-’60s animation was an exploratory satellite into the creative cosmos, the work of Polish animators into the ‘70s-’80s ventured ever further into the darker recesses of that void, determinedly diving into weird wormholes to bend time and space. With an overarching aesthetic that would feel right at home on a prog rock album cover of the era, these visual voyagers employed groundbreaking techniques of photographic manipulation and visual effects to subvert the everyday, and to play out their otherworldly inquiries into social-order absurdity, isolation, and existential anxiety. Coming up just as the world started taking note of the unique “Polish school of animation”, this crop of films proved an indelible influence on the proto-MTV generation of music videos and advertising — perhaps most recognizably in the works of titan Zbigniew Rybczynski, who, after winning an Oscar in 1982 for his time-collapsing Tango (screening here!), went on to direct mindbending promos for the likes of Yoko Ono and The Pet Shop Boys. We celebrate this peculiar, pioneering and intensely atmospheric animated epoch with a rare 35mm show that is a do-not-miss transportive experience; join us for this trip into a delectable dimension of animated otherness!

Films included in the program:
NOWA KSIĄŻKA / NEW BOOK Zbigniew Rybczyński (Se-Ma-For), 1975, 10’

KULE I KOŁA / BALLS AND WHEELS

 Lucja Mróz-Raynoch (Studio Filmów Animowanych), 1988, 5’

REFLEKSY / REFLECTIONS
 
Jerzy Kucia (Studio Filmów Animowanych), 1979, 6’ 

BLOK / BLOCK
 
Hieronim Neumann (Se-Ma-For), 1982, 10’
LINIA / LINE
 
 Grzegorz Rogala (Se-Ma-For), 1981, 7’

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 Piotr Szulkin (Studio Filmów Animowanych), 1976, 3’

PODRÓŻ / THE JOURNEY
 
Daniel Szczechura (Se-Ma-For), 1970, 6’20”

TANGO
 
Zbigniew Rybczyński (Se-Ma-For), 1980, 8’

PORTRET NIEWIERNY / UNFAITHFUL PORTRAIT
 
E. Bibańska (Studio Miniatur Filmowych), 1981, 7’40
SAM SOBIE STEREM / STEERING MY OWN DESTINY
 
Katarzyna Latałło (Studio Filmów Rysunkowych), 1971, 6’

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for our Masters Of Polish Animation retrospective!

Watch Grzegorz Rogala’s 1981 short “Line”!
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"Space Ghost: Coast To Coast" cast/creators reunion panel!

Cast & creators in person!
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12/3/2011 - 5PM

Re-animated from the sarcophagus of Hanna-Barbera’s loopiest 1960s intellectual property, Space Ghost: Coast to Coast was a demented baby dragon of a Cartoon Network program whose first breaths of delightful dadaism in 1994 birthed what we now know and revere as Adult Swim. SGC2C gleefully took the basic talk-show format and comforting TV signifiers, and hurled it all into its own claustrophobic galaxy populated with silly, sensitive supervillains, a lovable, unflappable blowhard host, and celebrity guests who were either baffled, hostile, or unbelievably game (who can forget Pavement’s appearance as house band “The Beatles”?) In its ten-year run, SGC2C reached heights of hilarity previously unattempted by any other show, and viewers could sense through their chuckle-seizures that they were witnessing something truly groundbreaking. Tonight’s program of clips, rarities surprises features a reunion of the cast and creators, including the brains/voices behind Brak (Andy Merrill), Zorak and Moltar (C. Martin Croker), editors Jay Edwards & Jon Schnepp, and (schedule permitting) an intergalactic transmission from Space Ghost himself, George Lowe! Plus, Merrill and Croker will occupy the patio after the show for autographs and pictures!

Watch Cinefamily’s trailer for our “Space Ghost: Coast To Coast” reunion!

Pixar's "La Luna" (35mm advance screening & behind-the-scenes panel!)

The latest from Pixar, before it hits theaters!
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12/3/2011 - 2PM
Co-presented by Cartoon Brew

Animation Breakdown is incredibly proud to present a special advance screening of Pixar’s newest short film La Luna, a full six months before it hits theaters! La Luna is the timeless fable of a young boy coming of age in the most peculiar of circumstances. Tonight is the very first time his Papa and Grandpa are taking him to work: in an old wooden boat they row far out to sea, and with no land in sight, they stop and wait. The little boy is in for a big surprise when he discovers his family’s most unusual line of work. Join us after the screening for a Q&A and presentation of “The Making of La Luna” by its director, Enrico Casarosa, who will discuss the journey that led him to create Pixar’s latest original short and, along the way, illustrate the roots, influences, and inspirations that led him to tell this very personal story!
La Luna Dir. Enrico Casarosa, 2011, 35mm, 7 min.

Watch an excerpt from Pixar’s newest short “La Luna”!
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The Best of Animation Block Party 2011 (feat. new films by Spike Jonze & Takeshi Murata!)

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12/2/2011 - 10PM
Co-presented by Animation Block Party

Animation Block Party is the East Coast’s premier animation festival, running every summer in Brooklyn during the last week of July. This evening marks ABP’s exclusive Los Angeles appearance, as they screen a special showcase of eclectic fan-favorites, award winners and other cutting-edge shorts from their 2011 summer festival. For more info on Animation Block Party, click here!

Full list of films:
- 2011 ABP Intro (Casey Safron / NYC / 30 seconds)
- Mourir Apres Du Toi (Spike Jonze & Simon Cahn)
- I, Popeye (Takeshi Murata)
- La Plage (Agathe Bray-Bourret / Canada / 1:46 min)
- Birdboy (Alberto Vazquez and Pedro Rivero / Bilbao, Spain / 12:36 min)
- You Might Remember This (Jeff Scher / NYC / 2:30 min)
- On Water’s Edge (Tommaso de Sanctis / Royal College of Art / 9:25 min)
- The Leaf Woman and the Centaur (Jordan Bruner / Brooklyn / 3:10 min)
- Marvin (Mark Nute / United Kingdom / 7:11 min)
- Get with the Program (Jennifer Drummond Deutrom / Austin, TX / 3:30 min)
- The Eagleman Stag (Michael Please / Royal College of Art / 9 min)
- Reloaded (Marieke Verbiesen / Norway / 3:36 min)
- Paths of Hate (Damian Nenow / Lodz, Poland / 10:31 min)
- Notes on Biology (Will and Danny Madden / Alabama / 5:38 min)
- Teddy Goldblatt (Rob Munday / United Kingdom / 9:34 min)
- 2011 ABP Outro (Aaron Hughes / Brooklyn / 2 minutes)

The following “Best of ABP 2011” shorts will screen before select programs during Animation Breakdown:
- Venus (Tor Fruergaard, Instructor / National Film School of Denmark / 8:09 min)
- All Consuming Love – Man in a Cat (Louis Hudson / United Kingdom / 9:00 min)
- Meu Medo (Murilo Hauser / Brazil / 10:43 min)
- Spin (Max Hattler / UK-Germany / 4 min)

Watch an excerpt from “To Die By Your Side”, by Spike Jonze and Simon Cahn!
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Watch the trailer for “The Eagleman Stag”!
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Masters of Polish Animation: The Classics + The Brothers Quays' "Maska"

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12/2/2011 - 7:30PM
Presented by the Polish Cultural Institute New York & Cinespia

Bizarre, beautiful, densely symbolic and darkly satiric — Polish animation speaks a language undeniably its own. Drawing from a rich history of avant-garde design, surrealist literature and puppet mastery, disillusioned post-war Poles responded to the bleak absurdities of their landscape by re-sculpting the familiar into twisted unrealities, and eschewing traditional narratives for abstracted and ironic allegory. With a breathtakingly diverse range of techniques, their massively influential creations stand as fiercely fantastical and distinctly unique artistic marvels. From the mighty moving collages of Walerian Borowczyk and Jan Lenica (pioneers of the cut-out style adopted by reverent Pole-worshipper Terry Gilliam), to the boldly vibrant brushstrokes of Witold Giersz and the frenetic art-brute lunacy of Julian Antonisz, these classics promise to be unlike anything you’ve ever seen, and — thanks to the Polish Cultural Institute — in beautiful 35mm direct from Poland! Our show culminates in an exclusive screening of the Brothers Quays’ newest eerie oddity, Maska! Twenty-five years after their seminal masterpiece Street of Crocodiles, Maska sees the Quays’ brilliant return to Polish surrealism source material: an adaptation of a story by Polski-lit hero Stanislaw Lem!

Films included in the program:
DOM / THE HOUSE 
Jan Lenica, Walerian Borowczyk (Documentary Film Studio), 1958, 12’ 

LABIRYNT / LABYRINTH 
Jan Lenica (Studio Miniatur Filmowych), 1961, 15’
CZERWONE I CZARNE / RED AND BLACK
 Witold Giersz (Studio Miniatur Filmowych), 1963, 6’30”

WSZYSTKO JEST LICZBĄ / EVERYTHING IS A NUMBER
 Stefan Schabenbeck (Se-Ma-For), 1966, 7’30”

IGRASZKI / PLAYTHINGS
 Kazimierz Urbański (Se-Ma-For), 1962, 7’

FOTEL / THE SEAT  
Daniel Szczechura

KRĄG / THE RING 
Jerzy Kucia, 1978, 7’30”

JAK DZIAŁA JAMNICZEK / HOW A SAUSAGE DOG WORKS Julian Antonisz, 1971, 8’30”

ŚCIANY / WALLS 
Piotr Dumala, 1988, 8 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for our Masters Of Polish Animation retrospective!

Watch the Julian Antonisz short “How A Daschund Dog Works”!
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Watch the teaser trailer for The Brothers Quays’ “Maska”!
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An Evening With Don Hertzfeldt (feat. L.A. premiere of "It's Such A Beautiful Day"), LATE SHOW (12:35AM)

Animation legend Don Hertzfeldt in person!
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12/2/2011 - 12:35AM

At the young age of 35, the Oscar-nominated Don Hertzfeldt has amassed a body a of work unparalleled in modern animation. His meticulously crafted hand-drawn and -animated shorts continue to amaze and inspire audiences globally, and on Dec. 1st, Hertzfeldt will be in-person at the Cinefamily to introduce the L.A. premiere of his latest short, It’s Such A Beautiful Day. His longest and most ambitious piece to date, the 23-minute conclusion to his “Bill Trilogy” has been nearly two years in the making — blending traditional animation, experimental optical effects, trick photography, and new digital hyrbids printed out one frame at a time, captured entirely on an antique 35mm animation stand (one of the last remaining cameras of its kind left in America!) In addition to a selection of Don’s classic shorts, the entire Bill Trilogy will be screened together for the first time in Los Angeles via new 35mm prints, immediately followed by a live on-stage interview and audience chat with Don!

Watch an excerpt of The Bill Trilogy, pt. 1: “Everything Will Be Okay”
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Watch an excerpt of The Bill Trilogy, pt. 2: “I Am So Proud Of You”
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An Evening With Don Hertzfeldt (feat. L.A. premiere of "It's Such A Beautiful Day"), 10:15PM SHOW

Animation legend Don Hertzfeldt in person!
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12/1/2011 - 10:15PM

At the young age of 35, the Oscar-nominated Don Hertzfeldt has amassed a body a of work unparalleled in modern animation. His meticulously crafted hand-drawn and -animated shorts continue to amaze and inspire audiences globally, and on Dec. 1st, Hertzfeldt will be in-person at the Cinefamily to introduce the L.A. premiere of his latest short, It’s Such A Beautiful Day. His longest and most ambitious piece to date, the 23-minute conclusion to his “Bill Trilogy” has been nearly two years in the making — blending traditional animation, experimental optical effects, trick photography, and new digital hyrbids printed out one frame at a time, captured entirely on an antique 35mm animation stand (one of the last remaining cameras of its kind left in America!) In addition to a selection of Don’s classic shorts, the entire Bill Trilogy will be screened together for the first time in Los Angeles via new 35mm prints, immediately followed by a live on-stage interview and audience chat with Don!

Watch an excerpt of The Bill Trilogy, pt. 1: “Everything Will Be Okay”
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Watch an excerpt of The Bill Trilogy, pt. 2: “I Am So Proud Of You”
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An Evening With Don Hertzfeldt (feat. L.A. premiere of "It's Such A Beautiful Day"), 7:30PM SHOW

Animation legend Don Hertzfeldt in person!
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12/1/2011 - 7:30PM

At the young age of 35, the Oscar-nominated Don Hertzfeldt has amassed a body a of work unparalleled in modern animation. His meticulously crafted hand-drawn and -animated shorts continue to amaze and inspire audiences globally, and on Dec. 1st, Hertzfeldt will be in-person at the Cinefamily to introduce the L.A. premiere of his latest short, It’s Such A Beautiful Day. His longest and most ambitious piece to date, the 23-minute conclusion to his “Bill Trilogy” has been nearly two years in the making — blending traditional animation, experimental optical effects, trick photography, and new digital hyrbids printed out one frame at a time, captured entirely on an antique 35mm animation stand (one of the last remaining cameras of its kind left in America!) In addition to a selection of Don’s classic shorts, the entire Bill Trilogy will be screened together for the first time in Los Angeles via new 35mm prints, immediately followed by a live on-stage interview and audience chat with Don!

Watch an excerpt of The Bill Trilogy, pt. 1: “Everything Will Be Okay”
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Watch an excerpt of The Bill Trilogy, pt. 2: “I Am So Proud Of You”
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