FULL SPECTRUM ANIMATION 3: CULTURAL DIVERSITY -- DIVERSE ANIMATION VISIONS FROM VARIOUS CULTURES

FULL SPECTRUM ANIMATION 3:
CULTURAL DIVERSITY -- DIVERSE ANIMATION VISIONS FROM VARIOUS CULTURES

Engel Animation Advance Research Center
FILM and VIDEO Series

This program includes several recent as well as historical animations that celebrate the variety of styles, cultures, political struggles and folk tales of many regions of the world. Films include The Trial of the Floating World, by Alain Escalle; in which a Hiroshima man dreams of the past in the present and sees visions of the future in the past; Renzo Kinoshita's Japonese, a satirical send-up which wonders what it is to be Japanese; Jin Qing Hu and Yun Chu Wu's Snow Fox, which through traditional ink and paint on rice paper expresses an appeal for wild life protection; Martine Chartrand's Ame Noire, a trip through the history of the black race; Lotte Reiniger's Papageno, which Jean Renoir called " the best visual equivalent to Mozart's music." Also: Raoul Servais' Nocturnal Butterflies and The Fox and the Hare, and Yuri Norstien's The Heron and the Crane.

 

Date/Time G ST CA
Mon 5.17.04 8:00 pm $9 $7 $5

G - General Audience

M - REDCAT Members

ST - Students

CA - CalArts Students/Faculty/Staff