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Monday, April 12, 2010

Peepshow Tickets Free Tonight Only

From: Bonnie Smith [mailto:BSmith@kirvindoak.com]
Sent: Monday, April 12, 2010 4:54 PM
To: Bonnie Smith
Subject: Peepshow Tickets - Tonight
Importance: High

Sorry for the short notice but we have a number of tickets for Peepshow tonight at 9pm in the CHI Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort Casino.

If you or if you have anyone who would like to go, in your office or clients or otherwise, please feel free to offer 4 tickets each (more is ok if they will definitely use them) and the easiest thing at this point is to have them print out this email and take it directly to the box office tonight to get their tickets. Thanks so much for your continued support.


Bonnie Smith | Account Supervisor
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Kirvin Doak Communications
7935 W. Sahara Avenue, Suite 201
Las Vegas, NV  89117
p. 702.737.3100 x102
f. 702.804.5480
c. 702.466.2607
e. bsmith@kirvindoak.com
Acting In the Digital Age

PRESENTED BY THE ACADEMY’S SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL
HOSTED BY ACADEMY GOVERNOR BILL KROYER

Los Angeles, Thursday April 22, 8 PM
Doors Open at 7
Samuel golwyn Thater
8949 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CS 90211

General Admisson $5
Students with ID $3


Order tickets on-line



Contact (310) 247-3600
Revolutionary developments 
in digital technology are impacting 
every aspect of filmmaking, 
including the discipline of acting. 
Today’s actors are performing 
in ways their predecessors 
couldn’t have imagined.
Short Films and Feature Animation Branch governor 
Bill Kroyer will lead an evening focused on two Oscar-winning films 
– “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” (2008) and “Avatar” (2009) – 
to demonstrate how innovations in performance-capture technology, 
digital doubles, digital makeup, photorealism and image 
manipulation are affecting actors.
“Acting in the Digital Age” will feature a panel of cast 
and crew members from both films who will discuss 
the challenges and opportunities that come with 
these changing technologies. The program 
includes film clips and behind-the-scenes 
footage of the actors at work.
Kroyer received an Academy Award nomination 
for his 1988 short film “Technological Threat,” 
which pioneered the technique of combining 
hand-drawn and computer animation. 
He directed the animated feature film 
“FernGully: The Last Rainforest” (1992), 
was senior animation director at Rhythm & Hues Studios 
in Los Angeles, and is Director of Digital Arts of the 
Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University.

Scheduled guests:

  • Peter Donald Badalamenti – 
  • Actor, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”
  • Richard Baneham – 
  • Animation supervisor, “Avatar” 
  • (2009 Academy Award winner, Visual Effects)
  • Paul Debevec – 
  • Co-creator of Light Stage 
  • (2009 Scientific and Technical Award winner)
  • Jon Landau – Producer, “Avatar” 
  • (2009 Best Picture nominee)
  • Joel David Moore – Actor, “Avatar”
  • CCH Pounder – Actor, “Avatar”
  • Steve Preeg – Character supervisor, 
  • “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” 
  • (2008 Academy Award winner, Visual Effects)
  • Andy Serkis – Actor, “King Kong,” 
  • “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy
  • Wes Studi – Actor, “Avatar”
  • Garrett Warren – Stunt coordinator, “Avatar”
“Avatar” images courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox.