Tonight at The Cinefamily in Hollywood, at 10pm, an extreme screening of raw new animated shorts – Animation Breakdown: THE NEW AND THE DARK.
Prepare for indelible images that will push you way beyond your comfort zone, as this specially-curated mix — co-presented by GLAS Animation — is comprised of the newest, boldest animated shorts by notable artists from around the world. Not for the faint of heart. NOT appropriate for children.
The evening’s lineup runs from “fish that morph into women-who-morph-into-coffee-cups-that-morph-into-penisis, a tongue that sticks to walls and girls wearing animal skins to straight-up wolf sex”, this collection of substantial shorts (each 10-20 minutes long) from Australia, Poland, Russia, Spain, and the U.K. exemplify the narrative and visual genius of this great medium today.
Lineup of films:
We Can’t Live Without the Cosmos (Russia)
Canis by Marc Riba and Anna Solanas (Spain)
Monkey Love Experiments by William Anderson and Ainslie Henderson (UK)
Laznia by Tomek Ducki (Poland)
Grace Under Water (Australia)
House of Unconsciousness by Priit Tender (Estonia)
Timber by Nils Hedinger (Switzerland)
+ 2 surprise films!
For more info and tickets – click here: Animation Breakdown: THE NEW AND THE DARK