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Sweaty Eyeballs Animation Invitational Returns Friday 10/17!

SWEATYEYEBALLSMaryland Film Festival is proud to be a sponsor of the 3rd Annual Sweaty Eyeballs Animation Invitational, which returns to the MICA Brown Center on Friday 10/17 at 7:30pm with a mind-blowing array of international, independent short animations. Curated by Phil Davis (Towson University) and Max Porter (Maryland Institute College of Art); including narrative, experimental, and music video work made with a variety of techniques ranging from stop motion, hand drawn, to CGI. Come on out for a night of weird and beautiful animation and cast your vote for the audience choice award!

3rd Annual Sweaty Eyeballs Animation Invitational Screening
Friday October 17, 2014
7:30 PM
Falvey Hall Auditorium – MICA Brown Center
1300 W. Mount Royal Ave. Baltimore, MD
$5 general admission;
FREE for Friends of the Festival, students (with valid student ID), and University faculty/staff

MFF & Sweaty Eyeballs present GHOST STORIES with Guest Animator Scott Benson on Friday 4/18!

sweatyeyeballs2014MFF and Sweaty Eyeballs are proud to present Late Night Work Club’s GHOST STORIES with special guest animator Scott Benson for an evening of wonderful and spooky animated short films. After the screening Scott will show more of his own work and talk about the game he’s developing, Night in the Woods.

GHOST STORIES, a short animated film anthology of 11 entirely new shorts wrought by the devil himself. These cryptic tales will scare you, make you laugh, and make you run for cover. They might even teach you how to resurrect the dead right from home. So bring a notepad. 

Curators:
Phil Davis & Max Porter
Co-sponsored by
MICA Animation Department
Towson University College of Fine Arts & Communication
Maryland Film Festival

Event Info:
MFF & Sweaty Eyeballs Present GHOST STORIES – an anthology of animated short films by Late Night Work Club
with SCOTT BENSON – special guest animator
Friday, April 18
7:30 PM
MICA Grad Studio Center Auditorium
131 W. North Ave. Baltimore, MD
$5 General Admission/Free for Friends of the Festival and Students

Late Night Work Club is a group of some of the best new and established animators/designers from around the world. Hanging out almost solely on video chats, they have worked deep into the nights for the last year to bring you their first project.

HOW TO GET TWO FREE TICKETS TO THIS EVENT (must be a current Friend of the Festival to qualify): Email Angie at tickets@mdfilmfest.com with your name to reserve a spot for two.  To join or renew your Friends of the Festival membership, click here.

MFF Alum Phil Davis Presents Sweaty Eyeballs this Thursday at the Creative Alliance!

Maryland Film Festival is proud to be a sponsor of Sweaty Eyeballs, an evening of short animations by local and international artists hand-picked by curator Phil Davis, an MFF filmmaker alum who has served the Festival in several different capacities over the years (we have shown 4 of his short films including JACKHAMMER, a music video for The Spinto Band which played at our 2010 Festival).  Several filmmakers in the Sweaty Eyeballs program are also MFF alums.

Sweaty Eyeballs will have toons of all genres and styles bent toward the experimental and avant-garde. Vote for your favorite animation to win the audience choice award and participate in a flipbook drawing showdown during intermission. Mickey Mouse ears and Daffy Duck impressions welcome!

Sweaty Eyeballs Animation Invitational
Thursday, July 12th, 8:00pm
The Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224

Tickets are $10 general admission, $5 for members of the Creative Alliance.

Featured Animators Include:
Jordan Bernier (Baltimore)
Albert Birney & Nick Krill (Chadds Ford, PA & Wilmington, DE)
Kelley Bell (Baltimore)
Nicole Shiflet (Baltimore)
Lynn Tomlinson (Baltimore)
Kirsten Lepore (Valencia, CA)
Kelly Sears (Galveston, TX)
Karen Yasinsky (Baltimore)
Marie-Margaux Tsakiri-Scanatovits (London, UK)
Nick Gurewitch (Rochester, NY)
Joanna Priestley (Portland, OR)
Michael Langan (Seattle, WA)
Sean Pecknold (Portland, OR)
Max Porter & Ru Kuwahata (Brooklyn, NY)
Andy Kennedy (Brooklyn, NY)
Phil Borst (Bloomington, IL)