British experts will deliver film animation workshops at the ANIMARKT Stop Motion Forum 2020
Kim Keukeleire, Andy Gent, Tobias Fouracre, Malcolm Hadley. The world-renowned artists working in Oscar-winning productions will be guests of this year's 5th ANIMARKT Stop Motion Forum, during which they will lead the workshops on animating, art of cinematography and puppet building.
The workshops, addressed to students and aspiring artists, a traditional part of the Masters section during the ANIMARKT Stop Motion Forum will be free of charge.
In order to take part in the workshops during the ANIMARKT 2020, you need to familiarise yourself with the recruitment rules www.animarkt.pl/en/masters/warsztaty, fill in the application form and attach the required documents (portfolio, showreel). The enrolment will last until August 23rd. The final list of persons selected for participation will be determined by the tutors and organisers and announced on 7 September.
The workshops are another part of the ANIMARKT Stop Motion Forum programme, which will be held on 6-10/10/2020 in Łódź and also online. The enrolment for the ANIMARKT Pitching, a section dedicated to creators preparing short animated stop-motion projects, is still ongoing. This competition part of the event is an opportunity to present an idea in front of a group of experts from the animation industry, win partners and receive awards that will support the production of the movie.
The event received financing from the Culture Promotion Fund of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage and from the International Visegrad Fund, and is co-financed by the Polish Film Institute. British Council is the event partner. More about the event on www.animarkt.pl/en/animarkt
More details on the Masters: www.animarkt.pl/en/masters/warsztaty
The list of workshops during the ANIMARKT Stop Motion Forum 2020:
1. puppet building with Andy Gent, 6–8.10.2020
2. stop-motion animation with Tobias Fouracre, 6–8.10.2020
3. object animation with Kim Keukeleire, 6–8.10.2020
4. stop frame cinematography with Malcolm Hadley, 7–8.10.2020