Plastic Paper: Winnipeg’s Festival of Animated, Illustrated + Puppet Film

Wednesday, May 4 – Saturday, May 7, 2011
Park Theatre
* Festival Pass $55 (Available online here and in person at Into the Music at 245 McDermot.)
* Single Screening Ticket: $7-$12

Here is the schedule in a nutshell:

Wednesday, May 4 at 8PM: Brent Green’s Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then
plays with:
Tussilago by Jonas Odell

Thursday, May 5, 7PM: Helen Hill + Paul Galiuna’s The Florestine Collection and DIY Shorts
plays with:
Trade by Kandis Friesen
Wild Blood by David Jones
Of Unknown Origin by Edwin Roston
Light by Emily Baxter
Amoeba by Patrick Jenkin
City of Tomorrow by Cami Lee
Black Moon by Brandon Blommaert
Manskin Pants by Emily Pelstring

Thursday, May 5, 9PM: Rick Trembles’ Motion Picture Purgatory: De-censortized!

Friday, May 6, 7PM: Ralph Bakshi’s American Pop with Ralph Bakshi in person

Friday, May 6, 9:30PM: Keiichi Tanaami Retrospective
Presented in Association with Asian Heritage Month and Angura!

Friday, May 6, 11:30PM: Paul Hanley + Kieran Healey’s Viva The ‘Nam
plays with:
Covers by Jenny Lin

Saturday, May 7, 10AM: The Saturday Morning All-You-Can-Eat Cereal Cartoon Party

Saturday, May 7, 2PM: Albert Birney and Jon Moses’ The Beast Pageant
plays with:
Supercool by Goran Radovanovic
R. Stevie Moore’s Teen Routines by Sam Hinsvark

Saturday, May 7, 4:30PM: Mathieu Weschler’s The Trashmaster

Saturday, May 7, 7PM: Code In Motion: Early Computer Animation
curated by Clint Enns

Catalog by John Whitney, Sr.
Cybernetik 5.3 by John Stehura
Lapis by James Whitney
Poemfield no.2 by Stan Vanderbeek and Kenneth Knowlton
The Artist and The Computer by Lillian Schwartz
Around Perception by Pierre Hébert
Metadata by Peter Foldès
La Faim by Peter Foldès
Various Commercials by Robert Abel and Associates

Saturday, May 8, 9PM: Matt Harlock + Paul Thomas’ American: The Bill Hicks Story
plays with:
Two Episodes of Felt Up! by Simon Glassman

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~ by cineflyer on April 25, 2011.

One Response to “Plastic Paper: Winnipeg’s Festival of Animated, Illustrated + Puppet Film”

  1. This sounds rather huge. Thanks for keeping this up in wpg!

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