Wednesday, July 04, 2012

TAAFI Don't Miss Out!

If you guys haven't bought your tickets/passes yet better hurry! TAAFI starts in less then 2 days. Here's some info on this amazing event. Don't miss out!

With more than 100 local and international shorts 2 feature films 2 retrospectives and much more
Take advantage of first year pricing on PASSES at $99* ($175 value) and enjoy:
John K. will be here for a weekend of cartoon keynotes, first-time master class and discussions on style!
John Kricfalusi creator of The Ren and Stimpy Show for Q&A's and story master class!
A Live Almost Naked Animals cartoon script read featuring Sean Cullen and Emilie-Claire Barlow
May the oily gods help his soul.
Ronal the Barbarian The North American premiere of acclaimed R-Rated Danish film in 3D
Rock And Rule Nelvana's 1983 cult classic and Toronto's first animated feature film (followed by a special film maker reunion Q&A)

The Monster of Nix, a visually overwhelming dark musical from Rosto A.D
Rosto A.D: So Far, So Evil including The Monster of Nix featuring the voices of Terry Gilliam and Tom Waits
Kaj Pindal a retrospective of the NFB master's work followed by a Q&A with the living legend himself

STASH Magazine Presents: The Best in VFX
**Family Screening and Workshop at the NFB Meditaheque
(different venue, 150 John Street)

Sign up soon for TAAFI's Pitch-A-Palooza and Pitchlab for the opportunity to speed date with development executives, have your idea heard and maybe even picked up. Each participant is guaranteed a minimum of three (3) face-to-face speed meetings with some of the industry's key decision makers from broadcast and development.

With all of this plus workshops, master classes and more films than we can sanely list here, TAAFI promises an awe-inspiring weekend of animation arts!
For passes, tickets and information visit
*Festival pass does not include the workshops, or master classes.
**You must call (416)-973-3012 to REGISTER for Family Screening and Workshop at the NFB Meditaheque
Do not hesitate to get in touch!

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