San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
As part of After School Special: The 2014 School of Visual Arts Alumni Film & Animation Festival, we are pleased to present a screening of short films, commercials, and music videos created by alumni from SVA's MFA Computer Art program, followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers/animators: Kun-I Chang (2007), Nathan Freise (2009), Shiouwen Hong (2009), Q-hyun Kim (2012), ChuChi Lin (2010), John Mattiuzzi (2012), Joshua Planz (2013), and Taili Wu (2009). Included in the screening will be the world premiere of Zerogon, the newest short film by Student Academy Award-winner John Mattiuzzi and Joshua Planz.
Guests are subject to change.
This event is suitable for ages 13 and above.
All After School Special festival screenings are free and open to the public. General Admission RSVPs are appreciated, but not necessary. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors will open approximately 30 minutes prior to each screening.
Festival Badge Information
A limited number of badges, which provide reserved seating at all After School Special festival screenings, are available for purchase through this website.
To guarantee admission to a screening, badge holders must be present in line at SVA Theatre at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled screening start time. Badge holders must exit SVA Theatre following each screening and must re-enter for any subsequent screenings.
Badges can only be picked up at SVA Theatre (333 W 23rd Street, New York, NY 10011) during the following times: 5:30PM-8:00PM Friday 9/19, 11:30AM-11:59PM Saturday 9/20, or 12:30PM-5:45PM Sunday 9/21. They cannot be picked up in advance of the festival dates. An ID and/or Eventbrite receipt (printed or on a mobile device) is required for pickup.
Badges can only be purchased online in advance of the screening. They will not be available for purchase at the door.
Badges are final sale. There are no refunds or exchanges. They are not for resale and are non-transferable. Name changes are not permitted. Festival badges are intended for one person.
Concessions are not available for purchase at SVA Theatre. Guests are welcome to bring food and drink. Glass bottles are not permitted.
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