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Tuesday, July 14th, 2020

Michael Dooley’s Outside The Lines Programs

Outside the Lines

Our friend Michael Dooley is presenting a series of free online film screenings that you will want to check out… “Outside the Lines” is a mini-festival of documentary films. It’s the first installation of a virtual screening series that features comics and animation creators who don’t fit the conventional mold. Each screening is followed by live discussions with the filmmakers and special guests, and includes a Q&A session in which everyone can participate.

SHE MAKES COMICS: A Women’s History
Friday, July 17 5pm PDT

LILLY: The Life And Times Of A Comics Pioneer
Saturday, July 18 5pm PDT

LOTTE: The Silhouette Girl
Saturday July 18 6:15 PDT

Here is the link for the event…

And here is a link to the Facebook information page…

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Friday, March 16th, 2018

MARCH 17th: 2018 Annual Meeting / Picasso Screening


Animation Resources is holding its Annual Meeting, screening and party on Saturday March 17th and you’re invited!

Every year, Animation Resources holds a meeting where we recap our accomplishments during the previous year and announce our goals for the upcoming one. It’s a great time to find out more about our organization and meet the people who make it all happen. But that’s not all… we screen a rare film from our collection on the big screen, we network and we party as well!


Our screening for this event is very special. We have just received a newly restored high resolution copy of “The Mystery of Picasso” (1956). Directed by Henri-Georges Cluzot (Wages of Fear, Les Diaboliques) this film delves deep inside the creative process of the most influential artist of the 20th century. Photographed almost wordlessly, Cluzot’s camera becomes Picasso’s canvas. Using a combination of stop motion and time-lapse photography, Picasso paints on glass, and the images appear and spring to life as if by magic. Even if you know very little about Picasso’s life and work, this film will inspire and amaze you. Once you see this film, you’ll never forget it.


If you would like to attend the party, please RSVP by sending an email to Taber Dunipace at Our seating for the screening is limited, so please RSVP early and if it turns out later that you can’t make it, let us know so we can offer your seat to someone else on the waiting list. If you can, please bring snacks and drinks for the refreshments table.


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Monday, November 6th, 2017

Screening TONIGHT: Action Analysis- Acting for Animation FREE

Acting For Animation

In the ten short years between “Steamboat Willie” and “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” the Disney Studios advanced the art and technique of animation at a rapid rate of speed. This progress has been widely credited to the work of Don Graham. He instituted a series of action analysis meetings where live action films were broken down and studied, and animated films would be critiqued to determine what worked well and what could be improved upon. On November 6th at the Art Center College of Design, Animation Producer Stephen Worth will be channelling the spirit of Don Graham to present an action analysis class on “Acting for Animation”.

This event is absolutely FREE and open to the public.

Presented as a part of Michael Dooley’s “Design History of Comics & Animation” class

Art Center College of Design
Monday November 6th, 7 PM
LA Times Media Center, Hillside Campus
1700 Lida Street, Pasadena, CA 91103

Print these out and bring them with you.


STEPHEN WORTH is the President of Animation Resources, a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization serving animators, illustrators and cartoonists.

Acting For Animation

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