Cartoon Network Studios At GLAS Animation Festival 2018

Cartoon Network Studios At GLAS Animation Festival 2018

Cartoon Network Studios At GLAS Animation Festival 2018

Cartoon Network Studios will be at GLAS (GLobal Animation Syndicate) Animation Festival in Berkeley (near San Francisco), California between 22nd-25th March and will be running two events for prospective animators and show creators during day two (Friday 23rd March) at the festival. Cartoon Network Studios is also a major sponsor at this year’s festival.

The first event is called “Developing Talent with Cartoon Network Studios” which will take place at the East Bay Media Center on Addison Street at 11am. The event is free of charge.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/developing-talent-with-cartoon-network-tickets-44039518385

Later on the same day, there will be a portfolio session called “Cartoon Network: So You Say You Have A Portfolio”, this session will also take place at the East Bay Media Center at 1pm. This event is for GLAS Passholders Only.

The directors of The Lego Movie and two of the producers of Warner Bros. Animation’s/Cartoon Network’s Unikitty! – Phil Lord and Chris Miller will be having their own session called “A Conversation With Phil Lord & Chris Miller” which will also take place on Friday 23rd March at the David Brower Center on Allston Way at 1.45pm, entry will cost $20.

The Lego Movie will be screened twice at the festival on Thursday 22rd March and Saturday 24th March at 10.30pm at Shattuck Cinemas, entry costs $12.

https://squareup.com/store/glasanimation

https://www.landmarktheatres.com/Booking/shattuck-cinemas/6066075

https://www.landmarktheatres.com/san-francisco-east-bay/shattuck-cinemas/film-info/the-lego-movie-glas

A full list of GLAS Animation Festival events can be viewed on the link below.

http://www.glasanimation.com/2018/02/24/schedule-2018/

Special thanks to The Daily Nick for the info:

https://www.nickalive.blogspot.com

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