Thursday, May 10, 2007

P.O.V. 2

Information about the upcoming Animation festival (MAY 24th 2007!!!) can be found here:


Saturday, February 11, 2006

Preview 4.0

It's Nearing
Now TIME is Precipitously Over-Veneered; which is only occasionally negative. "Well, which is it?!!"
Here is an instant of what you can expect from Mr. Sean Clute.
And in typical 21st century fashion, feel free to indulge your Premature Obsolete Virtue, Nostalgia, with an exciting look behind the scenes here: Sean's Documentary.

Monday, February 06, 2006

Preview 3.0

And Now...

Now this is just Patently Obvious Voyeurism. Or is it?...
These highly intriguing frames were submitted by Jeanne Applegate.

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Preview 2.0

Another Glimpse of the Future

At the risk of Purposely Overusing Vices, Jeanne Applegate has declared her intention to participate!

Now, this, from the creative manipulations of Michael Trigilio.

Persephone's Overbearing Void!!! We have a poster! And that poster looks like:

Thursday, January 26, 2006


And Another...
Confirmation has been received that composer/cellist/improviser/animator Theresa Wong will be adding her new work "Face" to our impending festival. Be sure not to miss the expanding pantheon of Politcally Objectified Visionaries.

Thursday, January 19, 2006

Sneak Preview 1.5

Preview This!

As certianly most are dying with anticipation, whet your sharpening appetite upon these frames of the future- frames strategically posted to Purvey Otherworldly Vitalization.

They are from the wonderfully twisted imaginations of Jeff Gordon & Sara Holmgren.

Saturday, January 07, 2006


Well the list of animators matures and among them are:

Sean Clute

Ri Crawford

Nick Fox-Gieg

Jeffrey Gordon & Sara Holmgren

Sarah Klein

Michael Trigilio

Stay tuned for more...
But in the meantime, for your consumptive amusement:

P.O.V. Bay Area Animation Festival

The illusion of motion manifests itself right before your very eyes in this installment of the Local Filmmakers Showcase. The visual fare available in this series of short films ranges from scintillatingly experimental to bizarrely comedic. The program features the obsessive works of several animators encompassing such styles as stop-motion, computer, and hand-drawn animations and depict scenarios ranging from robot-riddled nuclear holocaust to levitating pedestrians surpassing skyscrapers; online dating for ninjas gone horribly awry to desert jackals mindful of war. Best of all, the filmmakers conduct their conspiratorial activities designed to exploit your persistence of vision within the clandestine arena of your neighborhoods, perhaps even on your block or, may heaven help you, in your very backyards.


Friday, December 30, 2005

Announcing P.O.V.

Finally, at long last! That which you have awaited most patiently.... A local animation festival graciously hosted by the the coolest theatre around!
Tuesday February 28th, 9:15 PM at the Parkway ( in Oakland, California.
The show is coming together- get excited!
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