Old Timey Slap Dash
Saturday, May 26th - Old Timey Slap Dash @ 8pm
:: CARTOONS Tom Stathes
:::: MUSIC Honest Pete
:::::: FILM Movie Mike presents classic films ...
:::::::: DIARY Ellen LaVeyra presents excerpts from a 1920s diary
:::::::::: POETRY Lauren Raheja
We're going old school! Really old school! Get psyched, and prepare your costume for an old timey good time with Slap Dash. COSTUMES ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED. Free home brewed beer by Honest Pete.
LaunchPad 721 Franklin Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
2/3/4/5/C to Franklin Ave. | 8PM | FREE | ALL AGES
Website: http://slapdash.terribleinformation.org/ | Phone: 718-928-7112
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Facebook event here, folks! I will be screening early 20th century animation (mostly 1910s) in 16mm. This is a nice, free event!
The Tom Stathes Cartoon Carnival #10: Made in NYC!
- Friday, June 8, 2012
- 7:30pm until 9:30pm
- New York City was the birthplace of American cinema with the earliest animated films created in the 1910s. This edition of The Tom Stathes Cartoon Carnival features selections of early and wacky animated cartoons created right here in New York City. Tom’s show, comprising... oddities from the 1910s through 1940s, is presented in 16mm form with a projector–the technology serving as part of the spectacle–in order to demonstrate how film was meant to be enjoyed. Cinephiles, cartoon and comic fans and lovers of all things vintage are sure to enjoy a Cartoon Carnival!
Please keep in mind films of an early vintage tend to contain politically incorrect themes. Themes in the films do not reflect the sentiments of the exhibitor or the host venue. Due to the age and fragile nature of antique film prints, there may be momentary technical difficulties during the screening.
Tom Stathes is a Cartoon Cryptozoologist, with a rare film print collection comprised of over 1,000 shorts. His archive consists of everything from Felix the Cat and Farmer Alfalfa to silent reels from Bray Studios and Out of the Inkwell. A native-New Yorker, he turned his passion for the city’s animation legacy into a preservation mission. With his Bray Animation Project, he has worked with several film and comic historians to document the studios invaluable output. For more information go to cartoonsonfilm.com or brayanimation.weebly.com.
Hosted by Atlas Obscura and the Obscura Society as well as Observatory of Brooklyn.Observatory: 543 Union Street #1E, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Tickets are $12.00 and can be pre-purchased at the Eventbrite page: http://
obscura-society-tom-stathes .eventbrite.com/FACEBOOK EVENT HERE.