Thursday, June 4, 2009

Brooklyn, NY: Cartoon Carnival #1

Friday, June 12th 8pm to 10pm
Come and enjoy the first installment of the Tom Stathes Cartoon Carnival—a series of screenings featuring ancient and offbeat animation, all presented on 100% genuine 16mm film! See cartoons culled from a large private collection, produced from the 1910s to 1930s when true hand-drawn art filled movie palace screens... and political correctness didn't exist!

$4-$7 donation at the rear of Goodbye Blue Monday. Say THANK YOU to Goodbye Blue Monday for hosting this event by purchasing a drink at the bar!

J train to Kosciuzko St., walk 3 blocks down Broadway to 1087.

If you need help with more detailed or custom directions, email me at CartoonsOnFilm (at) gmail (dot) com

1 comment:

Yowp said...

Tom, this sounds like a terrific idea. Cartoons gain their full effect on a bigger screen.

I'm sure you'll have found some great, unexpected things to show. The only cartoons that seem to appear on big screens here are new and either NFB, foreign or independent ones. It's more about the art than the fun.

I'll be 3,000 miles away yapping on a radio while this is on, so have a drink for me.