12:45 pm: Shorts Showcase 4: Animation for Everyone!
Fun, light, and thoughtful animation for kids age 0-100!
Total Runtime: 90 minutes + Filmmaker Q&A
The Perfect Pair
My Heart Belongs to You
Flight of Magic
Little Star’s Journey
Ride of Passage
Brad & Gary
3:00 pm: Shorts Showcase 5
A collection of hilarious, original, and thoughtful short animation & film from all over the world.
Total Runtime: 96 minutes + filmmaker Q&A (* indicates filmmaker present for Q&A)
Rated R (violence, mature themes)
The Last Belle
Juego de Niños (Children’s Game)
Sharp Love, Sharp Kittens
Seven Minutes in the Warsaw Ghetto
Hund I Himlen (Dog in Heaven)
Title: A Happy Ending
Location: International House Philadelphia (Map)
3701 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19104
Total Runtime: 119 minutes Rated R: (Drug-use, mature themes)
A Happy Ending
Title: Shorts Showcase 6: Animation Apocalypse!
Location: International House Philadelphia Theater, 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (map)
Monsters, mayhem, and cartoons for “big kids.”
Total Runtime: 98 minutes + filmmaker Q&A (* indicates filmmaker present for Q&A)
Rated R (violence, adult language)
Whinstor Norville Dines Again At The Gothique
Devils Angels & Dating
It’s On Like Ramadan
Weird Al Yankovic – “Party in the CIA”
Bullets for Breakfast
9:30pm-2:00am: Friday Night Fright @ The Ellen Powell Tiberino Memorial Museum
Cinevore Studios Presents… Friday Night Fright
3819 Hamilton St. Philadelphia, PA 19104
A pre-Halloween party for people that are serious about makeup, costumes, and gore.
One of Project Twenty1’s most-memorable and most-demanded venues, the Ellen Powell Tiberino Memorial Museum is back again for our Friday Night Party – and it’s going to be bigger than ever! Join some of Philadelphia’s best effects makeup artists and fright-makers in this costume party, held in the hidden jewel of Philadelphia – the Tiberinos’ arts garden. Come dressed as a ghoul, goblin, ghost or other scary sight to win tons of cool prizes (and to mess with the “normals”).
Just a 10-minute walk from the International House Theater, we’ll be leading people to the party directly after the Animation Apocalypse screening. Sure, you can always meet us there, too, but you’ll miss the great photo and video opp of a giant horde of people dressed as monsters walking across the city.
Awards: Best Costume, Best Makeup, Most Frightening
$10 at the Door/FREE with ALL-ACCESS PASS
Top Photo by Caroline Boyd