TONIGHT IN NYC: The Films of Frank and Caroline Mouris

Tonight at 7pm, ASIFA-East and Women in Animation present a screening of the films of Frank and Caroline Mouris. The couple is best known for their Oscar-winning short Frank Film, which still looks fresh and current nearly forty years after it was made. The screening takes place at the School of Visual Arts (209 E. 23rd St. between 2nd/3rd Ave) in room 502 on the 5th floor. It’s FREE so you’ve got no excuse to miss this one.


  • http://www.twinkleland.com Gary Leib

    This is not to be missed! These films combine amazing visual detail
    with playful experimentation. Inspiration for all of us lucky
    New Yorkers.

  • http://www.johnsemper.com John Semper Jr.

    I was student at Harvard when Frank was making “Frank Film” down in the basement at Carpenter Center using the ancient Oxberry camera stand. I remember Frank asking us students (he was a “teaching-fellow” there at the time) if we had stacks of magazines for him to use as a source for his cutouts. Hard to imagine so many years have passed. It’s great that “Frank Film” lives on.