Animator Educators' Forum Announces Student Animation Film Festival

Category: Student/School News
Burbank, Calif. - The ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Educators' Forum presents The ASIFA-Hollywood Student Animation Festival on October 18th, 2008. Admission is free to the animation community.

Location:
Woodbury University
School of Business / Fletcher Jones Foundation Theater
7500 Glenoaks Bl
Burbank, CA 91510

FESTIVAL SCHEDULE

Animation Salon: What Is An Animated Film?
10 am to 12 noon
Stephen Worth, Director of the ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive presents a screening of animated films that show the diversity of styles and techniques from the past century of animation.

Portfolio Review
12 pm to 5 pm
Professional reviewers will be on hand in the following areas of expertise: Character Animation, Production Design, Character Design, Story, Storyboards, Color Styling, Animatics, Layout, Effects Animation, Lighting, Rigging and Texturing for CGI. You do not have to have a film in competition to take part  in the portfolio reviews.

Screening of Student Festival Films:
1 pm to 2 pm

State of the Animation Industry Panel:
2 pm to 3 pm

Breaking Into Animation Panel
3 pm to 4 pm

Screening of Student Films
4 pm to 5 pm

Meet the Filmmakers Reception and Party
Hosted by Creative Talent Network
5 pm to 6 pm

Awards Ceremony and Screening
6 pm to 7:30 pm

FESTIVAL SPONSORS

ASIFA Hollywood and the ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Educators' Forum would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of this festival:

Woodbury University
DigiCel Flipbook 2D
Cvis Autodesk Academic Solutions


MORE INFO AND CONTACTS

ASIFA-Hollywood Student Animation Festival Homepage

ASIFA-Hollywood Student Animation Festival Press Release

ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Educators' Forum Homepage

ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Educators' Forum Yahoo Group



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