Wednesday, October 18, 2006

The Birth of Serfs all grown up.

This saturday The Birth of Serfs will be playing as part of the Digital Narritive Arts Film Festival. The DNAFF is located at Camera Bar on 1028 queen St west in Toronto. If your in the area please come out and support us and the other great films playing that night. Check them out at http://www.angelfire.com/film/dnafestival/dnaff.htm Thanks again to all who helped make this film possible.

10 comments:

mike g said...

done and done
ill bring my pom poms

Tara said...

congradulations!!!!! whoo hooo you must remember us when you're famous!!!!! that kitchen seems strangly familiar to me......

Fat Jim said...

Awesome, nice work Mirco. Are you jetting to Toronto to attend?

Mirco said...

I will be in attendance. I'm getting on a plane tommorow and heading to the big smoke.

Ariel said...

*Hey? The "big smoke" title i believe belongs to Sudbury!Where i live, thank you very much...
Congrats Mirco on your movie. We havent talked, probably since first year animation ;) , but i still remember your name. Murray Bain told me all about you lately, and apparently you know that "tree-hugger" Mike G(*you KNOW you're in good company.. when you're friends with a MIke G :)Congrats again! av

Ariel said...

*Just to add to my last message.. is that the Persian Invation Nikoo beside you in the picture?? *Did he offer you a ride in his Audi to be in the movie?

Anonymous said...

please stay humble! best regards.
-peterg

Stephanie N said...

You can make it up to us by buying us lots of wicked presents. :) ha ha ha ha

Blair kitchen said...

Oh man!! I wish I knew you were going to be in the area. I would have loved to see you and the ol' film. How did it go? Congrats on getting it finished. That is no small feat!

Mirco said...

Thanks for the support everybody
The trip was great! I haighly recommend making a movie then submitting it to festivals just so you can travel and feel big.
Ariel we may not have talked since first year but I remeber your work, escpecially you film and it's good to hear from you and see your still drawing and making stuff that impresses the hell out of me.