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The Animation Show of Shows For 21 years, the ANIMATION SHOW OF SHOWS has been presenting a highly selective, “best of the best” program of new and innovative short films to appreciative audiences at animation studios, schools and theaters around the world.

The Animation Show of Shows is a traveling selection of the year's best animated short films, curated and presented by Acme Filmworks founder Ron Diamond.

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Long awaited, The Animation Show of Shows has joined up with Acme Filmworks’ recently massive increase in video offering...
08/18/2021
"Barry" | Animated Short Film

Long awaited, The Animation Show of Shows has joined up with Acme Filmworks’ recently massive increase in video offerings on YouTube with fun and engaging animated shorts from our extensive library. Enjoy and SUBSCRIBE to be notified on new awesome animated shorts that will appear from our extensive library.

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A fantastic write up by Marc Glassman! Rush out to see the 21st Annual Animation Show of Shows in Toronto, Kitchener, & ...
09/20/2020
21st Annual Animation Show of Shows – Point of View Magazine

A fantastic write up by Marc Glassman! Rush out to see the 21st Annual Animation Show of Shows in Toronto, Kitchener, & Hamilton to see it on the Big Screen!

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06/04/2020

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An exceptional program that starts off
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The 19th Annual Animation Show of Shows overflows with charm while containing more provocative observations about the nature of existence than most prestige feature films do. - John Defore, The Hollywood Reporter

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The 50 Best Social Distancing-Friendly Things To Do in Seattle This WeekFor the first time ever, the Animation Show of S...
05/22/2020
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For the first time ever, the Animation Show of Shows, a well-curated collection of the finest shorts being created by animators and filmmakers worldwide, is being made available for online screening. And it's not just one edition being made available, but four of them.

For the first time ever, the Animation Show of Shows, a well-curated collection of the finest shorts being created by animators and filmmakers worldwide, is being made available for online screening. And it's not just one edition being made available, but four of them. BOBBY ROBERTSWatch here. The A...

THE BEST STREAMING ARTHOUSE FILMS RIGHT NOW A more guilt-free dip into a back catalog comes from the annual Animation Sh...
04/26/2020
The Best Streaming Arthouse Films Right Now

THE BEST STREAMING ARTHOUSE FILMS RIGHT NOW
A more guilt-free dip into a back catalog comes from the annual Animation Show Of Shows. The four most-recent Shows, aka the 17th to 20th editions, are now available for home streaming. For the uninitiated, these shows bring together the best animated shorts curator Ron Diamond has seen that year in festivals around the world. Diamond’s shows introduced moviegoing audiences to “We Can’t Live Without Cosmos,” “Pearl,” “Weekends,” and “One Small Step” long before their Oscar nominations. But these shows also feature such worthy if lesser known shorts such as the “night shift work is hell” musical (“My Burden”), a farce involving worker individuality and classical music (“Stripy”), and a jaw-dropping short featuring thousands of hand-drawn tools and everyday objects (“Grands Canons”).
Thank you Film Critic, Peter Wong!

Since the last piece on alternative film streaming options was written, the continuation of the coronavirus crisis has brought an expansion of theaters and festivals doing video streaming. Most notably, the Roxie Theater is no longer the only local theater doing Virtual

Thank you to Uli Weganest Artistic Director of the Stuttgart Animation Festival. The Animation Show of Shows welcomes al...
04/16/2020
Animation Show of Shows - Award-Winning Animated Short Films

Thank you to Uli Weganest Artistic Director of the Stuttgart Animation Festival. The Animation Show of Shows welcomes all lovers of great animated shorts to discover our curated feature programs online some offered in as many as in 9 languages, trailers for all shows can be viewed through this link revealing the best of the best, with many featured shorts in past Shows discovered first at the ITFS! vimeo.com/ondemand/17thasosde

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03/29/2020
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Hello WORLD! The Animation Show of Shows is finally online! Enjoy the best programs of animated shorts.
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The Man Who Planted Trees (English)
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The Man Who Planted Trees (French)
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Drawn From Memory - https://vimeo.com/ondemand/DFM

"The best short-form animation — like the most memorable short stories — is daring in perspective and malleable in interpretation. [The Animation…

We are delighted to return to Cinematheque at the Cleveland Institute of Art. It’s an honor to be written about by Arts ...
02/29/2020
’Animation Show of Shows’ brings world’s best animated films to Cleveland

We are delighted to return to Cinematheque at the Cleveland Institute of Art. It’s an honor to be written about by Arts and Entertainment Reporter Laura DeMarco at The Plain Dealer. We welcome all to discover the inspiration and empowerment inherent in these acclaimed and entertaining animated shorts.

In most of the world, animated films are considered art. In America, they are usually considered “just for kids.”

12/23/2019
The 21st Annual Animation Show of Shows is now playing !

STARTS CHRISTMAS DAY
Quad Cinema - https://bit.ly/2rnSvL9
Get your tickets today!

“If you need an excuse to see this collection on the big screen, this is it. A stunning black and white look at peer pressure and kids being kids, and the way society works, this film is as visceral an experience as you are likely to have in the cinema all year...One of my absolute favorite films of 2019.”
- Steve Kopian, Unseen Films

NOW PLAYING
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Frontier Cafe, Cinema, and Gallery
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Music Box Theatre
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STARTS FRIDAY DEC 27th
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World Theatre
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12/04/2019
The 21st Annual Animation Show of Shows - Trailer

CONGRATULATIONS TO DARIA KASHCHEEVA AND HER FILM "DAUGHTER' FOR IT'S ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATION!

Check out the "Daughter" teaser and follow The Animation Show of Shows on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/animation_sos/.

I bet you've been wondering if there was going to be a 21st Annual Animation Show of Shows, well yes there is, and look below to see our official trailer We have quietly started to book the Show into theaters and museum film programs across the North America.

One of the ways in the past that you would have heard of the upcoming show would have been through an appeal for your support through Kickstarter. Well this year, we're reaching out to you here and by email and encouraging you to visit our donate page, it explains all about our incredible successes over these past four years. We have multi-tier donation options for students, middle and high end contributors, so give generously and help make this exciting Show a success because we can't keep up the momentum and restoration work, and plans for a streaming subscription access without big time support and that means you! This year we are offering an opportunity for you to honor your mentor, teacher, parent or someone else with the chance to watch Hangman so it can be used in classrooms and in community groups to spark conversation amongst kids of all ages.

One art house programmer wrote and asked if I thought the Show is appropriate for kids and here's my response. In my opinion, this program is very kid friendly as it's a bit tough and uncomfortable at times but it's also life affirming, funny, inspiring, purposeful and memorable. There is no sex or profanity. Spread throughout the program and like "life" in general, there are isolated incidents of interpersonal tension, hitting, shoving, sadness, anger, growling, barking, subjugation and retaliation. A burial at sea depiction, a transgender identity film, spoken French and Russian with subtitles, and of course, a wolf inexplicably and briefly has an oar stuck in its hindquarters.

I have seen this Show with several audiences and I am confident that you'll like this Show a lot and you'll long remember these films and the strong emotions you'll experience while watching it. And bring some tissues, there may be tears. See you at the movies.

Dear friends, we shall miss our dear friend Richard Williams who along with his wife and partner Mo Sutton, graced our h...
08/17/2019

Dear friends, we shall miss our dear friend Richard Williams who along with his wife and partner Mo Sutton, graced our home. We fondly look back at that Oscar Nomination time for many of us who shared fun moments together in 2016, when we celebrated as a community.

AUSTIN - Limited Engagement ENDS TONIGHT! A huge thank you to STAY 'TOONED! Podcast host Phil Machi for presenting the s...
08/17/2019

AUSTIN - Limited Engagement ENDS TONIGHT! A huge thank you to STAY 'TOONED! Podcast host Phil Machi for presenting the show in-person twice!- DON'T MISS THIS LAST SHOW, ORDER YOUR TICKETS NOW https://bit.ly/2KMGiFq. SHARE this with your Austin friends today and they'll forever thank you! Podcast link https://bit.ly/31MLTCx

04/04/2019

Get ready Columbus! The Animation Show of Shows is coming to the Gateway Theater April 5th - 11th.

See “Polaris” by Hikari Toriumi.

“Child-parent ties are also at the center of Hikari Toriumi’s understated “Polaris” (U.S). As a young polar bear contemplates the food and utensils she’s been given as a send-off, she realizes she can’t set out on her own until she bids her mother a properly loving farewell.” - Los Angeles Times

#polaris #gatewaytheater #columbus #ohio #buckeyes #studentfilm #shortfilm #2danimation

03/20/2019

We're coming to Cornell Cinema! March 21st, 22nd, and 23rd ONLY.

See "The Green Bird", gold medal winner of the 2018 Student Academy Awards® along with 14 other award winning animated shorts.

#animation #thegreenbird #academyawards #ithaca #ithacaisgorges #cornell

Ron & Dan's Annual Pre-Oscar Party
03/04/2019

Ron & Dan's Annual Pre-Oscar Party

02/13/2019
Love me, Fear me Teaser

Cure FOMO, start small! 15 doses of "wonderfully original and weirdly hypnotic" films @TheNewYorkTimes

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01/04/2019
Now Playing at the Quad Cinema NYC

You did not miss it! The 20th Annual Animation Show of Shows is playing an extended run at the Quad Cinema thru January 10th. See Veronica Solomon's Love me, Fear Me, one of 15 exceptional internationally acclaimed films featured.

"wonderfully original and weirdly hypnotic" - Jeannette Catsoulis, The New York Times

"strikingly original celebration of movement... she is clearly a talent to watch." - Charles Solomon, Los Angeles Times

Buy your tickets today at https://quadcinema.com/film/the-20th-annual-animation-show-of-shows/

Thank you to The New York Times and Film Critic, Jeannette Catsoulis, who discovered films that are "... wonderfully ori...
12/30/2018

Thank you to The New York Times and Film Critic, Jeannette Catsoulis, who discovered films that are "... wonderfully original... dazzling... provocative... sticks a dagger in conformity…"

Catch The 20th Annual Animation Show of Shows NOW PLAYING at THE QUAD CINEMA in NYC four times daily! https://bit.ly/2CC3H9B Don’t miss this showing!

Thank you to the Los Angeles Times and Charles Solomon for his fabulous review of The 20th Annual Animation Show of Show...
12/14/2018

Thank you to the Los Angeles Times and Charles Solomon for his fabulous review of The 20th Annual Animation Show of Shows! Come tonight at 7:00PM to Laemmle Glendale at meet filmmakers, Academy Award® winner, director John Kahrs "Age of Sail;" director Andrew Chesworth with his producer Shaofu Zhang "One Small Step" and director Eusong Lee "My Moon."

11/30/2018
Showing at the Vista Theatre 12/3-12/13

Come see "The 20th Annual Animation Show of Shows" on THE BIG SCREEN for the Los Angeles release!

STARTS Monday, December 3rd, at the Vista Theatre, Curator Ron Diamond will present a Q&A after the 2:45 and 5:30 Shows.

Be part of the excitement and attend the LOS ANGELES PREMIERE on DECEMBER 4TH at the 8:45 show. Attending are Academy Award® Winner (for Disney's "Paperman") director John Kahrs who's "Age of Sail" is featured and will participate in a post-show Q&A with his Google Spotlight Stories producers Karen Dufilho and David Eisenmann. Curator Ron Diamond will moderate and will also present a Q&A after the 5:30 Show. Anticipate other surprise guests.

“Polaris” movingly deals with the universal moment when a child leaves their parental home to seek their fortune in the world. Hikari Toriumi’s use of polar bears in the parent and child roles doesn’t make the film any less touching. If anything, the short underscores the truth that outdistancing the parent who guided you earlier in life doesn’t mean forgetting the parent-child moments that got you to this point.”- Peter Wong

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10/31/2018
SEE IT BIG - The 20th Annual Animation Show of Shows

Opens this Friday at the Vogue, The New Parkway, The Lark and on Sunday at The Roxie.

SEE The 20th Annual Animation Show of Shows ON THE BIG SCREEN

"For more sensitive viewers, a lot of facial tissues will prove a necessary accompaniment for watching Andrew Chesworth and Bobby Pontillas’ incredibly heartfelt short “One Small Step.” It’s one of those masterful and rare films which will both emotionally wreck the viewer’s heart and make them grateful for the experience.

Justice demands Chesworth and Pontillas’ film be made part of the final Oscar shortlist. And if there’s a far better animated short than “One Small Step” out there this year, the case has not yet been made for it." - Peter Wong

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The The Animation Show of Shows, the lifelong passion project of Acme Filmworks’ Ron Diamond, has been highlighting the year’s best #animated short films from around the world for over 20 years. I am a proud supporter of this amazing traveling #filmfestival that brings these works to cinemas and universities all over the country. As a #voiceactor, I believe strongly in this medium to convey stories and messages that can impact the world. Currently ASOS is trying to break 1000 subscribers on YouTube and I want to help! Please head over and subscribe so you can find out about the world’s best #animation! https://youtube.com/c/acmefilmworks
Now playing in our Virtual Screening Room: The Animation Show of Shows, editions 17, 18, 19 and 20 (2015–2018)! All tickets $9.99, but use discount code AFISASOS for $1 off! Screen at home to support AFI Silver! Virtual cinema made possible by The Animation Show of Shows. More info and screening links below. Use discount code AFISASOS for $1 off! 20th ASOS: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/20thasos 19th ASOS: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/19thasos 18th ASOS mature: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/18thasosmature 18th ASOS family friendly: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/18thasosfamily 17th ASOS: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/17thasos
The 19th edition of The Animation Show of Shows from 2017 features 15 exceptional and inspiring animated shorts from around the world that present compelling ideas about individuality, civil liberties, and our place in society and in the universe. One of the highlights is a newly restored version of the Paul Julian and Les Goldman's classic short THE HANGMAN from 1964. Here's some interesting background info on animator/artist Paul Julian and producer Les Goldman courtesy of Art of the Title: "As a background artist, [Julian] worked primarily for director Friz Freleng’s Tweety Bird and Sylvester shorts. His warm and tightly-cropped urban scenes were also featured early in his career in the 1946 Bugs Bunny short Baseball Bugs, and in the Daffy Duck short Golden Yeggs. Julian also provided the Road Runner’s 'Meep! Meep!' sound. He went uncredited for his voice work, due to Warner Bros.’s contract with Mel Blanc giving Blanc exclusive credit for all 'voice characterizations;' no voice credits were given in shorts that did not use Blanc’s voice (which included most of the Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote shorts). Julian served as both designer and color artist for 1953’s The Tell-Tale Heart, directed by Ted Parmelee and narrated by James Mason, which was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. The film was the first cartoon to be rated X, indicating it was suitable only for adult audiences, by the British Board of Film Censors. When producer Les Goldman was asked how long it took to make the film, he replied: “'t took a year. A year for Paul to paint the film and a year for me to beg the money together.'" All tickets $9.99, but use discount code AFISASOS for $1 off! Screen at home to support AFI Silver! Virtual cinema made possible by The Animation Show of Shows. More info and screening link below. Use discount code AFISASOS for $1 off! https://vimeo.com/ondemand/19thasos
The 19th edition of The Animation Show of Shows from 2017 features 15 exceptional and inspiring animated shorts from around the world that present compelling ideas about individuality, civil liberties, and our place in society and in the universe. One of the highlights is a newly restored version of the Paul Julian and Les Goldman's classic short THE HANGMAN from 1964. Ted Mills provides some fascinating background on this acclaimed short film for Open Culture: "Les Goldman and Paul Julian’s 1964 short delivers a moral message along the same lines as anti-Nazi pastor Martin Niemöller’s 'First they came for the Socialists' statement--currently a meme you’ve probably seen pass through your social feed. And though the narrative, based on the poem by Maurice Ogden, is easy to suss out as it trundled towards its mortal conclusion, it did not stop the fact that the rambunctious Friday night audience fell dead silent upon its conclusion. You may too. The poem first appeared in a 1954 issue of Masses and Mainstream, a monthly Marxist publication that continued publishing through the worst excesses of the McCarthy hearings to an understandably vanishing readership. The poem has occasionally been taught in the context of the Holocaust, but any kind of creeping fascism will do. Not much is really known about Ogden, who wrote the poem under the pseudonym Jack Denoya in its original publication. (He is possibly the same man who taught at Coast Community College in Costa Mesa, CA, and ministered at Orange Coast Unitarian Universalist Church.) The animated version, with its modernist look influenced by UPA’s animation studio, came out one year after Masses and Mainstream folded. During that Friday night viewing, I suspected the narrator to be Ken Nordine, who recorded a vocal jazz album around that time. But actually the voice belongs to Herschel Bernardi, a film and theater actor who would have been known to Broadway fans for his starring role in Fiddler on the Roof but to television fans as Charlie Tuna in the Starkist commercials. Before all that, however, he was a victim of the Hollywood blacklist, which made him a perfect choice to narrate 'The Hangman.' Director Paul Julian illustrated much of the background art used in Warner Bros. cartoons, and his claim to pop culture fame is providing the 'beep beep' sound for the Road Runner cartoons by the same studio. Producer Les Goldman went on to produce several other influential animated shorts, such as 'The Dot and the Line' and 'The Phantom Tollbooth.' All tickets $9.99, but use discount code AFISASOS for $1 off! Screen at home to support AFI Silver! Virtual cinema made possible by The Animation Show of Shows. More info and screening link below. Use discount code AFISASOS for $1 off! https://vimeo.com/ondemand/19thasos
"Eclectic mix of humor, heart and humanity." - IndieWire Ranging from hand-drawn and stop-motion to the latest computer-generated imagery, the beautifully crafted films in the 17th The Animation Show of Shows reflect a broad range of perspectives, while universally celebrating artistic excellence and the resilience of the human spirit. It may be just what you need today. Use promo code AFISASOS for $1 off and to ensure your purchase supports AFI Silver ❤️ 💻 https://bit.ly/17thASOS
Discussed on the latest episode of the Silver Streams podcast: Sasie Sealy's Lucky Grandma, a lively comedy about an ornery 80-year-old Grandma drawn into a Chinatown gang war after losing big at the casino; THE GREY FOX, the newly restored 1982 Canadian classic starring Richard Farnsworth as an aging western bandit; The Animation Show of Shows volumes 17, 18, 19 and 20 (2015-2018); Mounia Meddour's drama Papicha - le film, set during Algeria's civil war in the early 90s; and the 2013 documentary Blackfish, Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s expose on the dangers of keeping orcas in captivity. Plus recommendations for films to view at home from our programming team of Todd Hitchcock, Abbie Algar and Ben Delgado. Find it & listen on Anchor, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify etc: https://tinyurl.com/SilverStreams
Now playing in our Virtual Screening Room: the 20th edition, from 2018, of The Animation Show of Shows! All tickets $9.99, but use discount code AFISASOS for $1 off! This program includes 15 thought-provoking, poignant, and very funny films from around the world, including Oscar nominees ONE SMALL STEP (Andrew Chesworth & Bobby Pontillas) and WEEKENDS (Trevor Jimenez). The 20th edition includes: • THE GREEN BIRD (M Bougeois, Q Dubois, M Goalard, I Nguyen, P Perveyrie) • ONE SMALL STEP (Andrew Chesworth & Bobby Pontillas) • GRANDS CANONS (Alain Biet) • BARRY (Anchi Shen) • SUPER GIRL (Nancy Kangas & Josh Kun) • LOVE ME, FEAR ME (Veronica Solomon) • BUSINESS MEETING (Guy Charnaux) • FLOWER FOUND! (Jorn Leeuwerink) • BULLETS (Nancy Kangas & Josh Kun) • A TABLE GAME (Nicolás Petelski) • CARLOTTA'S FACE (Valentin Riedl & Frédéric Schuld) • AGE OF SAIL (John Kahrs) • POLARIS (Hikari Toriumi) • MY MOON (Eusong Lee) • WEEKENDS (Trevor Jimenez) Screen at home to support AFI Silver! Virtual cinema made possible by The Animation Show of Shows. More info and screening link below. Use discount code AFISASOS for $1 off! https://vimeo.com/ondemand/20thasos
Now playing in our Virtual Screening Room: the 19th edition, from 2017, of The Animation Show of Shows! All tickets $9.99, but use discount code AFISASOS for $1 off! The 19th Show features 15 exceptional and inspiring animated shorts from around the world that present compelling ideas about individuality, civil liberties, and our place in society and in the universe. Thoughtful, profound, and often very funny, this compelling and entertaining collection includes a newly restored version of the acclaimed classic short THE HANGMAN from 1964. The 19th edition includes: • CAN YOU DO IT (Quentin Baillieux) • TINY BIG (Lia Bertels) • NEXT DOOR (Pete Docter) • THE ALAN DIMENSION (Jac Clinch) • BEAUTIFUL LIKE ELSEWHERE (Elise Simard) • HANGMAN (Paul Julian & Les Goldman) • THE BATTLE OF SAN ROMANO (Georges Schwizgebel) • GOKUROSAMA (C Frère, A Gal, Y Meignien, A Mertz, R Migliorelli, R Salvini) • ISLAND (Max Mörtl & Robert Löbel) • UNSATISFYING (Parallel Studio) • MY BURDEN (Niki Lindroth von Bahr) • LES ABEILLES DOMESTIQUES (DOMESTIC BEES) (Alexanne Desrosiers) • OUR WONDERFUL NATURE: THE COMMON CHAMELEON (Tomer Eshed) • CASINO (Steven Woloshen) • EVERYTHING (David OReilly) Screen at home to support AFI Silver! Virtual cinema made possible by The Animation Show of Shows. More info and screening link below. Use discount code AFISASOS for $1 off! https://vimeo.com/ondemand/19thasos
Now playing in our Virtual Screening Room: the 18th edition, from 2016, of The Animation Show of Shows! All tickets $9.99, but use discount code AFISASOS for $1 off! The 18th Show features an expanded selection of student films from leading animation schools in the U.S., Belgium, Korea, Canada, and Russia, this curated program includes some of the most interesting and groundbreaking work being done in animation today. The 18th edition includes: • STEMS (Ainslie Hendersen) • SHIFT (Cecilia Puglesi & Yijun Liu) • PEARL (Patrick Osborne) • CRIN-CRIN (Iris Alexandre) • MIRROR (Chris Ware, John Kuramoto, Ira Glass) • LAST SUMMER IN THE GARDEN (bekky O’Neil) • WAITING FOR THE NEW YEAR (Vladimir Leschiov) • BØYGEN (Kristian Pedersen) • AFTERNOON CLASS (Seoro Oh) • ABOUT A MOTHER (Dina Velikovskaya) • EXPLOOZY (Joshua Gunn, Trevor Piecham, John McGowan) • CORPUS (Marc Hériche) • BLUE (Daniela Sherer) • MANOMAN (Simon Cartwright) • ALL THEIR SHADES (Chloé Alliez) PARENTS ADVISORY: This 18th edition contains mature themes, nudity, and s*xual content that may not be appropriate for children. There is a "family friendly" version available that excludes CORPUS, BLUE, MANOMAN and ALL THEIR SHADES. Screen at home to support AFI Silver! Virtual cinema made possible by The Animation Show of Shows. More info and screening link below. Use discount code AFISASOS for $1 off! https://vimeo.com/ondemand/18thasosmature