Long Beach animation
Long before Elsa sang “Let It Go”, a little mermaid named Ariel dreamed about being “A Part of Your World”. For many young women, she was the first Disney princess to capture their hearts and imagination. They remember watching the movie over and over until the VHS tape wore out.
Photo courtesy of the Port of Long Beach
The Science Channel’s “Strip the City” program, which uses computer-generated imaging and animation to “peel back” a city layer-by-layer, will highlight the intricate work of building a new bridge at the Port of Long Beach, in an episode that will begin airing Wednesday, March 26, at 7 p.m.
Kids ages 7-12 can learn the joy of cooking at Top Chef Camp, one of three fun summer camps starting in August through Long Beach Parks and Rec.
The Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine offers people of all ages opportunities to improve physical fitness, express their creativity and to just have fun.
New Educational Water Conservation Animation Makes Saving Water Fun
The Water Replenishment District (WRD), the groundwater management agency for south Los Angeles County, recently announced the launch of its new animated Squirt educational water conservation series.
In San Pedro, Coast Guard Petty Officer 2nd Class Marissa Abdullah works on the voiceover for a new safety cartoon.
She wasn’t invited to the Oscars or the Golden Globes. She doesn’t have paparazzi following her down the sidewalk.
California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) will host the 2010 Chinese Film and Culture Festival Oct. 14-21. The weeklong series of events will feature Chinese dignitaries, screenings of recent Chinese films, and a cultural heritage and craft exhibit.
Before there was an Oscar for “Best Animated Film”, before there were hundred million dollar grosses for animated movies, before there were icons like Beavis and Butt-Head, Homer and Bart, or Shrek and Donkey, before all that… practically before there was life on the planet, there was Spike and Mike’s Festival of Animation.
EverythingLongBeach.com recently spoke with Kathy McGuire, Managing Director of GO-FAME, via email. They talked about the inspirations and challenges of running a nonprofit organization in Long Beach.
How long has GO-FAME been around?