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Classic Cartoon Screenings

balloon2.jpgOnce a month, here in L.A., a bunch of us get together to screen classic cartoons in a nice little screening room in Hollywood.
Sometimes we screen video, sometimes we screen 16mm film, and sometimes we screen 35mm Technicolor prints.
I usually organize the screenings, but sometimes we have guest curators. Asifa-Hollywood sponsors these screenings at the AFI campus on Western Avenue in Los Feliz.
We have the next three screenings lined up – and if you are in southern California I hope you will drop in.
They are usually on the last Saturday of each month (not always – please check the dates – Full details are listed on my Cartoon Research Screenings page).
Our next three programs are: March 27th 3:00pm – MARK KAUSLER screens his new personal film, IT’S THE CAT and a selection of classic Hollywood cartoons that inspired him.
April 24th 3:00pm – A Tribute to UPA with 35mm prints, guest Tee Bousustow and rare interview video footage.
May 22 at 3:00pm ANIMATION PRESERVATION screening with Jere Guldin from the UCLA Archive – showing rare prints of “lost” cartoons.
The location is THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE, TED ASHLEY/WARNER BROS. SCREENING ROOM, 2021 N. Western Ave., Hollywood, CA
We hope to see you there.

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