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Shorts At Brothers Drake Series #10- Animation 4 Adults – 05/01/13 – Brothers Drake Meadery – Columbus, Ohio

Shorts At Brothers Drake Series #10- Animation 4 Adults
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
8:00pm - 21+
26 E. 5th Ave

Columbus, Ohio, USA
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This May the Columbus Film Council presents some of the best adult animations from the CIF+VF. This screening is free.

Watch great animated films, drink mead, and eat great Japanese food from Tokyo GoGo with us Wednesday night. We've combed through the archives to bring you some of the best animations for grownups that have screened at the CIF+VF over the last few years. And they are great! Here's a partial listing of the great cartoons we will screen on May 1st:

Sebastian's Voodoo, 4:07, by Joaquin Baldwin
A voodoo doll must find the courage to save his friends from being pinned to death. Created at the UCLA Animation Workshop, with music by Nick Fevola.

Elephants 2008, 12:00, by Sally Pearce
In a totally grey world, a little girl's life is turned upside down by an infestation of elephants.
“….a stunning piece of work from the NFTS and I’m sure a team to watch out for in the future. It was a very ambitious film which combined animation and live action in a sophisticated way. The NFTS has always been regarded as the top of the ladder for students, and this film did justice to it’s reputation.”
Review, British Society of Cinematographers.

The Birds Upstairs, 9:00, by Christopher Jarvis
Frustrated attempts to bear children overwhelm the lives of an aristocratic, avian couple in the early nineteenth century.

Escape of the Gingerbread Man!!!, 11:00, by Tod Polson
A young storyteller challenges the old master in a pub on the Irish west coast. When things take an unexpected turn. Brought to life by veteran Irish comedian Jon Kenny, with original music by traditional Irish band 'Rattle the boards'. 'Escape of the Gingerbread Man' is a mad romp through the Irish countryside, and a subtle commentary on the changes in traditions, and culture that is happening through the emerald Isle.

See you there!

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