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Iron Giant 10th Anniversary event – SOLD OUT!

ASIFA-Hollywood will celebrate the tenth anniversary of Warner Bros. Animation’s The Iron Giant with a panel discussion featuring several of the key animators and crew members responsible for the 1999 animated masterpiece.

Among the many artists expected to attend will be writer and director Brad Bird, background artist Anne Guenther, art director Alan Bodner, lead animator Steve Markowski, and artistic coordinator Scott Johnston. The panel will be moderated by animator Tom Sito.

The event will take place Friday, October 23, 2009, at 7:30 p.m. at the Fletcher Jones Foundation Auditorium, on the campus of Woodbury University, 7500 Glenoaks Blvd., in Burbank, California. Seating is limited. Reservations are required for this event and tickets are available through Members of ASIFA-Hollywood and students of Woodbury are $5; non-members $10. Parking is free. Proceeds from this program will benefit the ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive.

UPDATE: I was just informed, 24 hours after this posting, that this event is now SOLD OUT!

  • Chuck R.

    Wow, that was a quick ten years.
    I’ll be the first (?) to state the obvious: great film, by a great director. I wish I could go.

  • greg manwaring

    man, I’m tempted to fly in for this. If Fucile goes I just might!

  • This is a seriously good deal. I can’t believe it’s been ten years, either. The film is still so fresh and brilliant.

  • Tim Schuit

    No matter how many times I watch the film (and it’s been many)…I always tear up at the end.

    Greatest animated film of the last 50 years, imo.

  • What a wonderfull movie, aaahh…

  • Lance

    Great to see the films designer, Alan Bodner, will be on hand. He did a terrific job on the overall look of the film.

  • Chris J.

    Can we burn the WB marketing department in effigy? Might make for some closure, finally.

  • Noooo! Sold Out!! Can’t they find a larger venue than that small room at Woodbury?

  • MattSullivan

    Iron Giant is one of the best animated films ever made. Period.