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“Cartune Xprez” Animation Screening

November 9, 2006 @ 7:00 pm 9:00 pm EST

Cartune Exprez is a curated program of experimental animations and performances from across the United States and Canada. This event converges hypercolor flash graphics, hand drawn stories, newspaper cut-outs, photo animations, and more. Prehistoric quadrupeds battle ennui, suicidal protagonists stumble through pixelated video game landscapes, the Sunday New York Times reanimates headliner narratives, action adventure hits new highs on chalkboard–as all these artists grapple with their over-the-counter media of choice. Animations include How to Escape Stress Boxes, Paper Rad, Secrets of Mexuality, Martha Colburn; Walk for Walk and A Single Tear, Amy Lockhart; Cone Eater and Monster Movie, Takeshi Murata; Moments in Love, Francine Spiegel; The Little Fox, Luke Negrey and Andrew Meeken; The Moschops, Jim Trainor; Maxwell’s Demon, James Duesing; What Ten Planets Tilt for This and The Monkey Writes, Drew Pavelchak, Keep on Moving (Don’t Stop) and Top of the World, Michael Bell Smith; Taco Monde, Philippe Blanchard; Eventide, Cassandra C. Jones; Where’s My Boyfriend? Gretchen Hogue; SATANDEATHSNAKETRAINAWESOME, Hooliganship. Performers include Slow Dance Recyttal and Hooliganship.

3361 6th Ave
Troy, 12180 United States
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