September 2nd, 2017 - San Francisco Comic Con day 2

Today at 10:30 a.m in room 3022 on the third floor of Moscone Center West on 4th street in San Francisco, CA, the WEEE Cutter Ants colonized Comic Con starting from the Film Festival andd taking over the panel at 2:00 p.m

Severeal dozens of people attended the screening and over 30 enthusiastic participants took part in the panel presentation.

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September 1st, 2017 - San Francisco Comic Con day 1

Today, September 1st, 2017 the WHAT WEEE ARE team roamed the three floors of the Moscone Center West where the San Francisco Comic Con 2017 is taking pklace. The convention halls were packed out with cosplayers with their impeccable costumes, stands and stores displaying the most unique and unfindable trasures for the most hard core Comic Con-ers. 

Everyone is invited, tomorrow September 2nd, 2017 to watch the SCI-FI/Fantasy block. The appointment is at 10.30 a.m. in room 3022 on the third floor of Moscone Center West on 4th street in San Francisco. 

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August 31st, 2017 - Getting ready for SFCC

Getting ready... preparing the props for the Film Festival and Panel. Cutting and painting and gluing 

Saturday 10.30 a.m. room 3022 all the shorts from the SCI-FI/Fantasy block of the San Francisco Comic Con Film Festival 2017, including WHAT WEEE ARE - WEEE Cutter Ants (2015), which was awarded 1st prize at the Ca' Foscari Short & Sostenibilità 2016

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WHAT WEEE ARE - San Francisco Comic Con

WHAT WEEE ARE is participating in the San Francisco Comic Con on September 1,2 and 3 @ Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA, USA

On Friday the WHAT WEEE ARE team Toxic Scorpion and Purple Bud will roam the floors of the Comic Con to discover and be discovered by audience and colleague Anti and Super heroes.

On Saturday morning, the screening of WHAT WEEE ARE - WEEE Cutter Ants (2015), in the afternoon, the Directors present the films in a dedicated panel including valuable insights and a Q&A session. On Sunday, the screening WHAT WEEE ARE - WEEEdroponics (2016)

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