Fantasy Art Admin

January 9, 2014

American Cinematheque is accepting open entries from student animators for their “Animation for Adults Shorts Program.” This short series is part of an extensive animation festival that will include cult classics such as Fritz the Cat, Heavy Metal, Castle in the Sky, Waking Life, Paprika, Cowboy Bebop: The Movie and many more. Read my post at http://myfantasyart.com/?p=7863 for details on how to submit your work for possible inclusion in the series. If selected, your work will screen at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles.

American Cinematheque “Animation for Adults” series brings Fritz the Cat, Heavy Metal, Tokyo Godfathers & more cult classics back to big screen

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VIZ Media highlights at San Diego Comic-Con 2011

VIZ Media gears up for San Diego Comic-Con 2011 with a packed agenda of exciting events, product giveaways, panel discussions, interactive activities, and convention exclusives. Comic-Con is the nation’s largest comic book, science fiction and pop culture event, and takes place July 20-24 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. VIZ Media
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Little Tokyo Design Week coming next week

Little Tokyo Design Week is a free public event running from July 14-17, 2011 in Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo district. The event celebrates the power and energy of cutting edge design and technology currently emerging from Japan. Explore the Little Tokyo Design Week (LTDW): Future City, this coming July 14-17th in Little Tokyo Los Angeles,
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