Anime Mini-Film Festival: POW! WHIZ! BAM!

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Film & Other Media

Aug 20116
2:00p.m.

Japanese American National Museum
100 N Central Ave
Los Angeles, California, 90012
United States


Visual Communications in association with the Japanese American National Museum will present its first annual animation film festival!

The day-long event titled POW! WHIZ! BAM! offers a gourmet set-menu of animation works. Screenings will include an intimate showcase with local animators; ICE, a sci-fi post-apocalyptic lesbian Romeo and Juliet; and TRIGUN: BADLANDS RUMBLE, the classic Japanese shoot-em-up caper now re-imagined as a feature film.

This Mini-Film Fest is small and cozy. No cosplay, no singing robot concerts, just the toons. Tickets are $8 Members; $10 non-members. 

For more information or to see the schedule, visit www.vconline.org/

PER PROGRAM (Sales Start July 16):
General Admission: $10
Discounted Admission: $8 Students, Seniors, Friends of Visual Communications and JANM members (with I.D.)

SERIES PASS (all three programs):
$25 general; $20 Students, Seniors, Friends of Visual Communications and JANM members (with I.D.) 
Special Series Promo (through July 15): $20 general; $15 Students, Seniors, Friends of Visual Communications and JANM members (with I.D.)

All ticket sales will be handled through Tix.com; link will be: here.

JANM members can purchase passes and single-program tickets using the following members-only code: JANM (NOTE: this code is case-sensitive). IDs will be checked at the door. 

 

JANM . Last modified Aug 05 2011 10:14 a.m.


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