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Animation Block Party Takes Place Today in Brooklyn

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The 15th Animation Block Party would take place in Brooklyn, the United States, starting Thursday to Sunday, July 26-29, as reported from Cartoon Brew July 23.

The party would provide seven programs of animated movies in various themes and categories such as female animators, children animators, experimental films, graphic design, music videos, and other programs.

Every movies’ trailer would be displayed during the event establishment. The party also offered retrospective movies namely Mad Monster Party (1967), Akira (1988), and Pokémon Heroes (2002).

Animation Block Party. (animationblock.com)

The public could join the opening ceremony with no charge fees on Thursday evening at Littlefield, Brooklyn in which animation artists would draw live in the stage.

As reported by Am New York, Josh Sharp, Aaron Jackson, and Sandy Honig would present and share their hilarious stories. The visitors would also enjoy an exclusive movie screening titled Pingu the Penguin and new shows from DreamWorks TV.




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