Author Archives: Karl Cohen

There’s something unsavory living in the sewers of NYC

TIM BOXELL DISCOVERED Something unsavory living in the sewers of NYC He is exhibiting his design concept drawings for the monster feature C.H.U.D. (1984) at Streamline Gallery, 3560 Taravel St., SF. The opening is Friday Oct. 5 and the exhibit … Continue reading

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2018 STUDENT ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS

The awards will be presented Oct. 19 in LA in the Domestic Animation Film School category to Yu Yu for the film Daisy, from University of Southern California; to Hanna Kim for Raccoon and the Light, from California Institute of the Arts … Continue reading

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HOLLYWOOD BOWL TO CELEBRATE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF ‘THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS’

Billed as an immersive experience, it will be held on October 26 & 27 and will include live scenery projections, live orchestra, spectacular guest artists, and an all-star cast. Danny Elfman will be joined by original cast members including Catherine … Continue reading

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SHOW YOUR ANIMATED WORK AT ASIFA-SF’S SPRING SHOW

EASY TO ENTER – JUST SEND US A LINK OR A DVD + ENTRY FORM NO ENTRY FEE You do not need to be an ASIFA-SF member or CCSF student to enter. CHOSEN WORKS WILL BE SHOWN AT ASIFA-SF’S SPRING … Continue reading

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OTTAWA INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL SEEKS SUBMISSIONS FOR 2018

The Festival, North America’s leading animation event, is accepting film entries for their competition. Entries are due May 25 and there is no entry fee for the September 26-30 event. They seek inventive, mesmerizing, and provocative art that fits into … Continue reading

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RIP BUD LUCKEY

Bud Luckey (1934-2018) Bud was a wonderful person. I first met him at a party at Imagination Inc., an animation company in N. Beach run by Jeff Hale and John Magnuson. He hung out with musicians at Earthquake McGoon’s Saloon … Continue reading

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