“Frank and Zed” is brought to you by Klamath Film, a Klamath Falls-based 501c3 non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire and support filmmaking through programming, education and awareness. The screening, which takes place at the ILO Auditorium inside Oregon Tech’s College Union at 7 p.m., is associated with Klamath Community College’s first annual Comic Con – a free community celebration on the KCC campus. Friday, May 13 from 3-8 p.m. offering a variety of activities, including games, a costume contest, virtual reality, full-motion simulators, vendors, food trucks, featured speakers, and more Again.
Among the KCC Comic Con festivities will be a free puppet workshop led by Blanchard from 3-5 p.m., followed by a 5 p.m. Q&A session on the Comic Con main stage with Blanchard highlighting some of his shorts, puppets, and preview screening of “Frank and Zed” the following evening.
Following “Frank and Zed” on Saturday, May 14, Klamath Film will host a Q&A and puppet demonstration by Blanchard for the audience, providing an in-depth look at how Frank and Zed were brought to life on film.
Tickets for the film screening are $10 or $5 with an active Klamath Film subscription. Seating at the Oregon Tech Auditorium, located inside College Union at 3201 Campus Dr. in Klamath Falls, is limited. Tickets are available in advance at https://klamathfilm.ticketspice.com/frank-zed. For more information, visit www.klamathfilm.org.