My production course, Film 2040 is holding a screening in Accolade East 102 (the big movie theatre).
I made a short film that’s fully computer animated, so please come if you’re interested!
Time and Place are:
Date : Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Time : 7 pm – 10 pm
Location : Accolade East 102 @ York
Are we bringing food for Friday’s class? I can’t remember exactly what we agreed on.
This second life film at hot docs looks really interesting — and it’s free during the day for students.
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