OMSI Animation Film Festival

The 2014 OMSI Animation Film Festival
November 6-9, 2014

A celebration of the world of animation from independent shorts to feature films. See below for a full list of special events and movie showtimes.


Tickets

Purchase an exclusive film festival pass! Passholders receive access to all festival screenings and special events*.

Festival Passes:
$18 Adult
$15 Youth (3-13) & Senior (63+)
OMSI members receive $2 off

*Pass is not transferrable. Only 1 use per showtime. Tickets and event access subject to availability. Not valid for online purchases or advance ticketing more than one hour before showtime.


Tickets will also be available for individual shows.

Individual Tickets:
$7 Adult
$6 Youth (3-13) & Senior (63+) 
OMSI members receive $1 off 

Special Events

Opening Night: The Future of Animation

Thursday, November 6 - 7pm
Join us for an in-depth discussion on the future of animation with some of Portland's own animation luminaries. Followed by the 2014 Sundance Film Festival Animated Shorts. More information.

Captain McFinn: The Creation of an Interactive Animated World

Saturday, November 8 - 11am
Join the team from local children's entertainment company Flying Rhinoceros for an engaging hour-long presentation that uses humor, inspiration, technology and art to expose children and their families to the power of the imagination. During the session, kids will learn to draw ocean creatures while being introduced to the undersea world of Captain McFinn. Parents will hear about changes in the animation industry and family entertainment with the opportunity to ask questions of the speakers. More Information.

Animated Creations: Shorts from WSUV's Creative Media and Digital Culture Program

Saturday, November 8 - 5pm
This one-night only program showcases 2D and 3D animation shorts, as well as augmented reality, full dome, and interactive animations created by alums and students of the Creative Media and Digital Culture Program (CMDC) at Washington State University Vancouver. More Information.

The Ten Greatest Cartoons From the Golden Age of Animation

Sunday, November 9 - 4pm
Renowned independent film archivist and historian Dennis Nyback presents his selection of The Ten Greatest Cartoons From the Golden Age of Animation. Note: This program will feature 16mm film and projection. More information.

Subversive Animation

Sunday, November 9 - 6pm
Drugged dwarves, anarchist bombers and cocaine cartoons! Renowned independent film archivist and historian Dennis Nyback presents a fast-paced roundup of wildly subversive animated shorts from cartoon history, many censored, banned and rare. Note: This program will feature 16mm film and projection. More Information.