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Los Angeles Film Critics Present

UNSHOWN CINEMA:

THE ANIMATED FILMS THAT GOT AWAY

PRESS SCREENING

You and a guest are invited to attend a press screening of selections from the LAFCA Series UNSHOWN CINEMA: THE ANIMATED FILMS THAT GOT AWAY. This 35mm press screening will include the French animated feature RAINING CATS AND FROGS (90 mins.) and four selections from our animated short film program: DANGEROUS VISIONS.

 

The short films (approx. 35 min. beginning at 7:25 PM) screening include:

SON OF SATAN (11 mins.) by JJ Villard

PANDORAMA (3 mins.) by Nina Paley

A LITTLE ROUTINE (7 mins.) by George Griffin

THE PERIWIG-MAKER (14 mins.) by Steffen Schaffler

(There are 5 additional films in our DANGEROUS VISIONS public program)

Followed by RAINING CATS AND FROGS (90 min. beginning at approx. 8 PM). RAINING CATS AND FROGS is the first animated feature fully created in France since the early 80s.

This entire series screens to the public at the Egyptian and Aero Theatres September 22 – 24, 2006.

All Films in the this press screening will be presented in 35mm. Some films are available on screeners if you cannot make this screening. Please call to inquire.

Please e-mail Margot Gerber for Hi Res Photos & Press Kit: publicity@americancinematheque.com

Members of LAFCA, such as animation historian Charles Solomon and series organizer Ray Greene will be available for interview upon request.

 

Press Screening Details:

Tuesday, September 5, 2006 at 7:15 PM | Loyola Marymount University Campus Mayer 100 Theatre

Ray Greene will be the onsite contact.

Directions:

DIRECTIONS TO CAMPUS/VENUE -- "MAYER 100 THEATER" in FILM SCHOOL COMM ARTS BUILDING:

405 S. to Jefferson Blvd.

Turn right onto Jefferson.

Go 3-4 miles to Lincoln (Major intersection) turn left.

2nd stop light on the hill is LMU Drive (there is huge fountain there

which is very noticeable).

Turn left into campus (only way to turn). Stop by guard gate for building

directions to MAYER 100 THEATER at School of Film and Television, and

BE SURE TO ASK WHERE PUBLIC PARKING IS AVAILABLE RELATIVE

TO THE THEATRE. Most LMU parking is reserved, but there are public lots

where space is available on a first come, first served basis.

The Film School building is officially considered the "Communication Arts"

building. But: There is a "School of Film & TV" sign on the back of the building,

which will be very apparent when you get to the top of LMU Drive, just

before the whole street splinters left and right. You will park elsewhere,

but that signage is where you will be walking back to.

 

You must RSVP in order to attend:

Bernadette DeJoya

323.461.2020, ext. 116

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