|11:30PM||After Party at Matchless (557 Manhattan Ave at Driggs Ave)|
(On the lawn)
On The Lawn
50 Bedford Ave. at North 13th St., Brooklyn, NY 11222
L to Bedford Ave. or G to Nassau Ave.
Some call it punk rock, some call it grass roots, but labels aside, NYC-based Animation Block Party is dedicated to exhibiting the world's best independent, professional and student animation.
The summer of 2011 will mark the eighth annual Animation Block Party film festival. ABP has quickly become the premiere animation festival on the East Coast, showcasing the world's best student, professional and independent shorts of all genres.
For the past six years, the ABP festival has opened at Rooftop Films. The ABP-Rooftop experience offers a big-screen simulcast of animation on both lawns at the Automotive High School.
This year, ABP will open on July 29th at Rooftop Films and then continue on July 30th and 31st at Bam Cinematek. Every evening will feature an awesome after party with free drinks.
2011 ABP Intro (Casey Safron / NYC / 30 seconds)
Greetings from the Year 3000 (Barbara Benas / Brooklyn / 1:00 min)
La Plage (Agathe Bray-Bourret / Canada / 1:46 min)
Birdboy (Alberto Vazquez and Pedro Rivero / Bilbao, Spain / 12:36 min)
The Inkwell Shuffle (Christopher Diaz / Concordia University / 2:30 min)
The Girl and the Fox (Tyler J. Kupferer / SCAD / 5:30 min)
All Consuming Love - Man in a Cat (Louis Hudson / United Kingdom / 9:00 min)
Stay Home (Caleb Wood / RISD / 5:36 min)
Xxcuzxme (Aaron Keuter and Ashley Anderson / 2:06 min)
Little Thoughts (Alexander Geifman / Brazil-Israel / 6:16 min)
She Was The One (The Rauch Brothers / Brooklyn / 2:37 min)
Tempestade (Cesar Cabral / Brazil / 10 min)
7th (Sara Pocock / Cal Arts / 5:02 min)
The Leaf Woman and the Centaur (Jordan Bruner / Brooklyn / 3:10 min)
Venus (Tor Fruergaard, Instructor / National Film School of Denmark / 8:09 min)
Notes on Biology (Will and Danny Madden / Alabama / 5:38 min)
2011 ABP Outro (Aaron Hughes / Brooklyn / 30 seconds)
For more information, please go to www.animationblock.com
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