Winter Film Festival : Viewing fun for the whole family: Watch Curious George in “A Very Monkey Christmas.” 10 a.m., Mid-Continent Public Library, 1000 Kent, Liberty. 816-781-9240
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He's an L.A. based animator with roots right here in Kansas City. Brandon Waltman runs a series of blogs and has an impressive resume fresh out of the Kansas City Art Institute. Take a moment to look at his resume reel and drop by his blog for more of his captivating work.
CAB Thesis Production Blog
Brandon Waltman Portfolio 2009
Brandon Waltman Portfolio
Writing for the Media
For more of his work and projects Brandon is working on, here are his blogs:
with A Christmas Carol: The Movie!
Read below about this animated classic re-telling of the Dickens classic tale below. This film features the voices of Simon Callow, Kate Winslet and Nicolas Cage.
DATE: Saturday, December 17th
TIME: 7:00 PM
KSHB-TV Wormington Room
4720 Oak Street
Kansas City, MO
Sodas available for $1:00
All proceeds go to bringing more MAPA events to the Kansas City Metropolitan Area.
We will be watching Christmas Carol: The Movie (2001)
The film begins with a live-action sequence set in Boston in 1857, the site of a live reading by renowned novelist Dickens. As he begins his 'story of ghosts' a woman in the audience screams because she has seen a mouse and Dickens points out that this is appropriate since his story begins with a mouse. At this point the story turns into the animated version and Dickens explains that the mouse, named Gabriel, carries a glimmer of hope amidst the glaring co-existence of rich and poor in the streets of London. Throughout the subsequent unfolding of the well-known story Gabriel acts as a miniature Greek chorus, providing younger members of the audience with a point of entry into the story and, in the case of the potentially frightening elements (the Ghosts of Past, Present and Future), a place of refuge. Written by John Nickolaus
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