429 Castro St
San Francisco, California 94114

John Kricfalusi in person to share some of his favorite works, including lots of Ren & Stimpy! With his landmark 1991 TV series Ren & Stimpy, featuring the demented, wildly anti-social and hilariously inappropriate antics of the two title characters, Canadian-born animator John Kricfalusi kicked modern cartooning in its underpants, starting a myriad of trends. Kricfalusi followed up by inventing internet cartoons in 1996 with The Goddamn George Liquor Program and developed the techniques for Flash animation that are used at practically every studio today. The matinee show is aimed at a younger audience; the evening show is more adult-themed.

Official Website: http://castrotheatre.com/p-list.html#new

Added by ste3ve on July 17, 2006



There is also a free presentation at the Cartoon Art Museum on Saturday from 5 pm to 6:30 pm.


And he writes more about the Castro shows on his blog