Re: Non-mainstream animated film sources?

Jenny Baum (info@mediarights.org)
Wed, 6 Mar 2002 08:11:03 -0800 (PST)

Dear Ellen and everyone,

MediaRights.org has a traveling Media That Matters Film Festival. The Media
That Matters Online Film Festival celebrates short films and videos which
inspire people to speak out and take action for social change. The films
are not animated, but many of them do address youth issues. The 12 short
films focus on a number of issues including racism at a small town high
school, artistic censorship, workplace health hazards and teen suicide. The
traveling festival is free to organizations in New York state and available
for a fee for other states. The traveling festival includes a take action
kit, a videocassette and press and evaluation forms. You can view the
online festival at http://www.mediarights.org/festival/presentation For
more information, please contact Jenny Baum at 646-230-6288.

Sincerely,
Jenny

P.S. Julia Pimsleur, our Executive Director is also a New Day Films member
and sends her best to you.

>
> We're putting on a community event with Big Brothers/Big Sisters and our
> local film society for kids (ages 7 or 8 and up) and adults. We're looking
> for sources and titles of appropriate animated films, shorts and features,
> besides ones like Antz and Disney-made work. Any suggestions? Also might end
> up in the public library here.
>
> Thanks,
> Ellen Frankenstein
> Independent Filmmaker
> Sitka Film Society,
> Unofficial Film/Video Advisor to Kettleson Memorial Library
> Sitka, Alaska

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