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Atomic Robo: Last Stop film screening
PCA&D celebrates Digital Media

Categorized as: Art & Galleries
Event tags: Film, Art, Lancaster, Digital Art


The animated short Atomic Robo: Last Stop, a film adapted by a Lancaster firm, The Fictory, from the popular comic book series Atomic Robo will be screened during the First Friday Reception starting at 4 p.m. Film Screenings will be held at 4, 6 and 8 p.m. in the PCA&D Atrium. In conjunction with Pennsylvania College of Art & Design’s Digital Media – Realms of Possibility exhibit’s First Friday Reception, which will be held from 4 – 9 p.m. on Friday February 6, 204 North Prince Street, Lancaster.

The 4 p.m. of screening Atomic Robo: Last Stop will be followed by Q&A with Film Director Joseph W. Krzemienski and some of the film’s animators from The Fictory, including Jeff McComsey, a PCA&D alumnus, Riley Hearn, and Cortland Ellis. The film also features the work of PCA&D alumni

Giles Crawford, Graey Erb, Steve Becker, and Mike Yakovlev.

The short film featured a new story inspired by the comics and done in 2D animation with some CG elements. The comic is the creation of writer Brian Clevinger, who wrote the first draft of the script, and artist Scott Wegener and is published by Canadian company Red 5 Comics. The Fictory worked with the comic’s creators in the development of the film.

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