I’ve been a fan of digital animation since I was a child. Many a Saturday morning was spent watching cartoons and many a late night in college, and afterwards, spent watching anime. So it was with great joy that I found the Supernova Digital Animation Festival coming to Denver. Artists from all over submitted their entries and the resulting short films were simultaneously broadcast on large screens throughout the cities of Denver and Toledo. Denver in particular had numerous locations where passersby could stop and watch the films. The 16th Street Mall, Denver Performing Arts Complex, and the Denver Convention Center were just some of the stops, as well as Next Stage, and different areas along Champa and California streets. The festival also brought students, amateurs and professionals together all for the love of digital animation.