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Coming Soon

The 18th Annual Animation Show of Shows

Opens 10/28/2016
Coming to:   Camera 3 Downtown

Synopsis: PLEASE NOTE: Parents with children are warned that the final 4 short films in the program (following "Aploozy") contain adult content not appropriate for children 13 and under!
The ANIMATION SHOW OF SHOWS returns for its second year in theaters with 12 charming family-friendly films (as well as a late night bonus of four provocative shorts exclusively for mature audiences). Highlights include "About a Mother," a new folktale with echoes of Shel Silverstein’s "The Giving Tree," Disney/Pixar’s sweet "Piper," and the latest in 360º storytelling in Google’s touching father-and daughter-journey "Pearl" by Academy Award® winner Patrick Osborne. Featuring techniques ranging from hand-drawn to stop-motion to the latest computer-generated imagery, the 16 extraordinary films in this program were created by animators -- including leading animation schools -- from Belgium, Canada, France, Israel, Korea, Latvia, Norway, Russia, Scotland, the U.K., and the U.S. Their themes range from gay issues and civil rights, to deeply felt personal stories, to the wacky humor that animation does so well. Many have garnered awards from prestigious festivals around the world.

Running Time: 90 Minutes
(plus 8-10 minutes of trailers)

Official Web Site:

MPAA Rating: NR

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