CARTOONS UNDERGROUND 2022
WILL BE AN IN-PERSON EVENT
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Celebrating a decade of animation at Cartoons Underground, we had an exciting line up of 13 carefully chosen films from over 1,000 submissions from 83 countries, and 5 student films from Singapore. Exclusively for our 10th year, we looked back with five films that our audience loved from past editions.
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Pandemic year brought Cartoons Underground international online! 5 day festival featured panel discussions, 360 world to explore, and jaw dropping films carefully selected out of 1,321 entries submitted from 88 different countries.
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in 2019, we had 1,416 entries from 80 different countries. There were many great entries this year and it was tough to pick the final 19 films. Many of these were hand-drawn animations which conjured up evocative and believable worlds.
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Lasalle College of the Arts
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Adrian Watkins . Richard Thomas . Simon Pike . Carlene Tan . Leonard Andreae . Seiichiro Isoda . Robert Fry . Sirajah Raheem .
Huangyi Chen . Kenzell Huggins . Joanne Lin . Sam Yatish . Avery Grant .
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What goes well with beer and alcohol? Bar snacks, duh! So should we go nostalgic by serving Kachang puteh, a famous snack from the 80s, at Cartoons Underground? Or Should we serve the classic and well-loved movie going snack, Popcorn ? Or How about both? After the afternoon downpour, Shalini and I made a visit…