Film Screenings

October 12 - October 15, 2006
San Francisco International Animation Showcase

Phyllis Wattis Theater

One of the most fertile genres in cinema and television, animation is a hub for cross-pollination among artistic, commercial, and industrial media. It encompasses special effects, art-house films, and children's cartoons. These screenings explore the breadth of animation with eclectic programs of feature-length and short films. Thursday and Saturday highlight the latest technical and aesthetic techniques. Sunday's lineup contains an assortment of family-friendly fare.

$11 general; $10 students and seniors; $8 San Francisco Film Society and SFMOMA members; $7.50 children (12 and under). Tickets do not include Museum admission. Member tickets go on sale Thursday, September 21, at 11:00 a.m.; all other tickets go on sale Thursday, September 28, at 11:00 a.m. Tickets are available at the Museum (with no surcharge) or online.

Copresented by the San Francisco Film Society.

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Past

Buy tickets The Host

One of the most fertile genres in cinema and television, animation is a hub for cross-pollination among artistic, commercial, and industrial media. It encompasses special effects,…

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Buy tickets The Kids Are Alright

Award-winning shorts from abroad meet up with Student Academy Award and Student Emmy winners from the United States, demonstrating the originality and innovation of the next…

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Buy tickets International Panorama

Featuring the finest narrative, abstract, and experimental animation, this program valorizes the beautiful and sometimes strange works made by independent animators from around the…

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Buy tickets The Iron Giant

Highlighting SFMOMA's semiannual Family Day, this screening features a pristine archival print of Bird's family and cult classic about the touching relationship between a boy and a…

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