Saturday Morning All-You-Can-Eat-Cereal Cartoon Party!United States, 1950's-1990's
In this all-new program, you’ll see both faves and obscurities spanning the '50s through the '90s, all punctuated with vintage commercials, PSAs and station IDs! Jammies Encouraged! ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT CEREAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It’s the return of the Saturday Morning All-You-Can-Eat Cereal Cartoon Party! It’s that special time when kids and kids-at-heart get to relive the exciting Saturday Morning ritual of non-stop retro cartoons, and binge on the multi-coloured sugary cereals that used to be a part of every “balanced” breakfast! As always, this 3-hour trip into the weird and wonderful world of yesteryear’s animated antics will be accompanied by an all-you-can eat buffet of cereal that is open throughout the show (and yes, there will be non-dairy options too!). The cartoon lineup is always a mystery, but in this all-new program you’ll see both faves and obscurities spanning the '50s through the '90s, all punctuated with vintage commercials, PSAs and station IDs! So get ready for a sugar rush and an explosion of nostalgia all wrapped up in one candy-coated package.
5-film multipack credits are not valid for Saturday Morning All-You-Can-Eat-Cereal Cartoon Party!
David Bertrand is a film programmer, writer, musician and business affairs/production manager in film & TV. With Markham Street Films (2016-present), he helped produce LEVEL 16 and the Netflix hit CATWALK: TALES FROM THE CAT SHOW. David co-founded (with Kier-La Janisse) Montreal’s psychotronic micro-cinema Blue Sunshine (2010-2012), was a programming director for Toronto’s Royal Cinema (2017-2019), and has curated and hosted hundreds of film screenings & events. He has worked for several festivals nationwide including Fantasia, TIFF, VIFF, Just For Laughs, and Toronto After Dark as well as written for Fangoria, Shock Till You Drop, The Nerve, Hazlitt, and two anthology books (Satanic Panic and Yuletide Terror) for publisher Spectacular Optical. Originally from Vancouver, David moved to Toronto in 2009 to join the writing team of CBC’s THE BORDER. He’s currently developing an adaptation of Nathan Ripley’s cult crime bestseller YOUR LIFE IS MINE, plus a heavy metal comedy-drama series, a stage production in tribute of a Toronto music icon, and album #3 by his synthrock project The Great Octopus.