earned degrees in film and television production and political
science from New York University.
Cutler has worked extensively Off-Broadway, where he served as a
member of the management team of Blue Man Group's New York City
production of "Tubes," as the company manager and acting general
manager of "American Rhapsody: Songs of the Gershwins," and most
recently as the associate general manager of the long-running hit,
"The Donkey Show" and its sister production, "The Karaoke Show."
ASIFA-Hollywood, The International Animated Film Society, is
sponsoring the 32nd Annual Annie Awards, honoring outstanding
achievement in animation in film, television, commercials and short
subjects. Winners as well as juried lifetime achievement award
recipients will be recognized at an annual black-tie gala celebration
Jan. 30 at the Alex Theatre in Glendale.
These awards recognize overall excellence as well as individual
achievement in areas ranging from production design, character
animation and effects animation to storyboarding, writing, music and
voice acting in 21 categories.
Entries submitted for consideration must be from productions that
originally aired, were exhibited in an animation festival or
commercially released in their country of origin between Jan. 1 and
Dec. 31, 2004.
All rules, category information and entry forms are available
online at www.asifa-hollywood.org or by calling 842-8330. The
deadline to receive entry forms is Oct. 1. All nomination judging
material is due by Oct. 29. Final nominations will be announced Dec.
For awards show tickets, call 842-8330.
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