by Karl Cohen For over a quarter of a century I’ve been asking my cinema students on the first day of class “what is surrealism and why is it important to animators?” Even though most are cinema majors, I generally ask that question again before a brave student will risk raising a hand. Often the […]
by Karl Cohen A delightful blend of films that range from an exceptional sea faring drama, THE AGE OF SAIL to a very funny and goofy cartoon comedy, THE GREEN BIRD are part of The 20TH Annual Animation Show of Shows starting its national release at four San Francisco area theaters on Friday, November 2.
The word “film” continues to be used as part of film festival titles and in everyday conversation. “Let’s go to a film tonight.” But rarely are you going to see a movie on “film” anymore.
Compiled by Gary Meyer A guide to cinematic exhibits in California This autumn offers a terrific opportunity for movie fans to experience museum and gallery exhibits by video production companies about films and filmmakers. Many of these venues have adventurous year-round film and video schedules in their theaters. When a moving image exhibit is presented […]
by Karl Cohen To celebrate Toy Story turning 20, John Lasseter and three of his associates recently talked about the early days of Pixar for almost two hours at San Francisco’s Castro Theatre.
Dear Friends, We are easing back into a regular schedule for EatDrinkFilms.