ASIFA-SF 2nd ANNUAL SPRING SHOW

SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 1:30 PM

At the Randall Jr. Museums’ Theatre free, public invited, lots of free parking

Tentative Program

Work by independent animators
The BAYCAT staff dares to show us their Inner Demons
Ben Ridgway will present the World Premiere of Cosmic Flower Unfolding
Corrie Francis Park’s A Tangled Tale (sand animation)
David Chai, who teaches at San Jose State, A Knock on My Door
David Levy’s Camp Story (excerpt), memories shared by his father
Greg Holgate’s Cosmo with music by Nik Phelps
Gene Hamm will show The Dyslexic Magician and Doublecross, two gag cartoons
Gene will also show “a couple of things I did for hire”
Josey Gist is showing work from TUSC
Mark West and Barbara’s The Little Red Hen
Michael Langan’s Choros
Peter Parr’s Summer Dream (exceptional drawings)
Tony Claars’ Loco Motion

College student shorts
Edith and the Bear by Hillary Bradfield, San Jose State
Tamara by Jason Marino & Craig Kitzmann, San Jose State
La Pasion del Futbol, Palestine and Military Defense Playset by Martin Segobia, SF State
We also expect work from other schools

Animation by teens from the Baycat,
(an after school program headed by Tim Harrington)
Deathly Day by Rachel Purvis A Day in the Life of a Sidekick
Angry Birds Hospital by Arshad Muhammad, Ghost Inc. by Gwydion Brain
A Day in the Circus by Alex Lu, Gwydion Brain, Arshad Muhammad, Rachel Purvis,
Ridiculous Candidates by Jocelyn Alvarado
Undersea Dance Party, 2 min. stop-motion by 4th graders at Dianne Feinstein Elem School

Late entries
It isn’t too late to enter work. There are no forms to fill out and no entry fee. Just send us a DVD or bring it the day of the show. Please limit your entry to less than 10 minutes so all works submitted can be shown. All works must be on DVD. You do not have to be an ASIFA member to enter or live in Northern California, but you are invited to become a member (details at www.asifa-sf.org) and we hope you can be present to enjoy the applause.

Mail work in advance to: Karl Cohen, 478 Frederick, SF, CA 94117 karlcohen@earthlink.net

You can be a judge!
The audience’s vote determines who will get the prizes:
A small cash grand prize and certificate awards will be given for best student film, best independent and best professional work plus second prizes, honorable mentions, etc. Certificates of appreciation will be given to pre-college animators. Last year we also presented jury awards for the funniest film, the best experimental work and the best educational work.

How to find the museum

The Randall Jr. Museum
199 Museum Way
San Francisco, CA 94114

The Randall Jr. Museum is at the top of Corona Heights, right in the geographic center of the city, but it is sometimes hard for newcomers to find; www.randallmuseum.org has a map and instructions on how to find it by car, Muni and on foot

If in doubt, call (415) 554-9600 for assistance.

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