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LA Filmforum to screen Animated Documentaries

Los Angeles Filmforum is a local organization that regularly screens experimental and avant-garde films, documentaries, and animation. They’ve just announced two programs of animated documentaries, April 5 & 13, presented in two different locations.

Part 1 is on Sunday night April 5, at 7:00 pm at the Egyptian Theatre (6712 Hollywood Blvd at Las Palmas) and deals with biographical profiles and interviews. It features recent animated shorts by Marie-Josee Saint Pierre, Nanette Burstein and Bob Sabiston, among others.

Part 2 is on Monday April 13, 8:00 pm at the Silent Movie Theatre (611 N Fairfax Avenue), and will present The Sinking of the Lusitania (1916) by Winsor McKay, Enter Life (1982) by Faith Hubley, Disney’s Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom! (1953), Never like the First Time (2005) by Jonas Odell, among others. More info here.

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  • i really want to catch pt2 but the info listed doesn’t seem to match up… am i missing it?

  • SpitAndSpite – The Part 2 at the Silent Movie Theatre is written up in a different way on their website, but it is indeed part 2 of the series by LA Filmforum and will show the films I mentioned.

  • Awesome! Thanks so much!