Clip from the animated film “Dear Basketball,” based on a poem by Kobe Bryant (Courtesy Photo)

Clip from the animated film “Dear Basketball,” based on a poem by Kobe Bryant (Courtesy Photo)

Film Society presents 2018 Academy Award nominated animated films

  • Tuesday, February 27, 2018 2:10pm
  • Arts

Vashon Film Society will present an evening of animated short films nominated for 2018 Academy Awards at 9:30 p.m. Friday at Vashon Theatre.

From “Dear Basketball”, an animated love letter to the sport based on a poem by NBA great Kobe Bryant, to fairy tale mashup “Revolting Rhymes” which spins together colorful images with text by author Ronald Dahl, the program will span multiple countries and artistic styles. The Vashon Theatre screening is at 9:30 pm, and general admission is $9/$8 for seniors, military, and youth. For more information, call Vashon Film Society at 567-4768.

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