Cartoons Underground 2016 @ kult kafé on Emily Hill, Singapore (Oct 22nd)
Launching Saturday October 22nd (at 6PM - 11PM) is the 2016 Edition of CARTOONS UNDERGROUND - celebrating half a decade of underground animation - in partnership with Sideshow.
To be held at kult kafé (Emily Hill, 11 Upper Wilkie Road, Singapore 228120), here’s an excerpt of the event write-up found on their Event Facebook page;
"Catch this rare outdoor screening, with spectacular UV stage lighting and projection mapping by Mi5chief Makers, then take a break and check out Power Records Exhibition by Kult Gallery or grab a falafel sandwich or hot dog at our food truck!!
Grab a beer and a fistful of popcorn and catch award-winning animated films by directors from Annecy, Hiroshima, Fantoche and Edinburgh international film festivals including globally acclaimed Cesar Diaz Melendez, Junyi Xiao, Indra Sproge and more.
This year we celebrate with not just one but two jam-pack programs with twenty short films curated by award-winning independent local animator, Tan Wei Keong, titled: Time Loop and Life Warp. "
(Trailer Intro Animation by Jerrold Chong)
This is a ticketed event (*Admission is by donation), and you can head on to eventbrite.com for more details.
Time Loop & Life Warp - 6:30PM & 7:30PM with a 15 min personal Q&A with directors after
Late Night Screening:
Time Loop & Life Warp- 8:30PM & 9:30PM with a 15 min personal Q&A with directors after
Full Program list here on cartoonsunderground.com
“Singaporean animators are creating world-class and groundbreaking films, (and) yet there are few outlets for their work to be seen by the local public. It’s important for us to recognise and support young and talented local directors. Cartoons Underground is a perfect platform for that.” said Chris Shaw, Head of Animation at LASALLE College of the Arts
EVENT PRESS: "This community-driven festival was founded by Patrick Smith, Director of MTV Daria, and Vicky Chen in 2012, and has grown through crowd-funding and artists’ contributions. This year's festival line up was. The festival has expanded to a community of 1000 members, not limited to the arts and animation community in Singapore.
Admission is by donation, so if you enjoy the films please help contribute to ensure the future of our artists and the festival!"