And yet it moves: techniques of animation cinema

A theoretical-practical animation cinema workshop on 3 different techniques: pixilation, animated drawing and rotoscope
20 October27 December

The well-established autumnal appointment with educators, trainers, animators and animation film enthusiasts is back to provide an overview of the skills and tools needed to create small animated films, with a focus on 3 particular techniques (pixilation, animated drawing and rotoscope).
This year also sees the presence of an exceptional guest: animator Michele Bernardi, author of several award-winning and internationally acknowledged animated shorts, such as Djumafor PinaVenditori ambulanti (Street vendors) and Mercurio(Mercury).
Also confirmed is the collaboration with the experts of the Avisco – Scholastic Audio-visual Association of Brescia, one of the most interesting and innovative institutions in Lombardy which, for more than 30 years, has been operating in the field of audio-visual education.
With the contribution of professionals and expert socio-educators in the audio-visual field, Bergamo Film Meeting Onlus offers an intensive workshop on animation cinema, which will explore in detail 3 different techniques: pixilation, animated drawing and rotoscope.
The course will allow participants to be able, in turn, to conduct an animation film course in school and extra-school contexts.
Each meeting includes a practical workshop phase.

Curated and offered by Bergamo Film Meeting, in collaboration with Avisco – Audiovisivo Scolastico, with the support of the Cariplo Foundation. The Municipality of Bergamo supports the activities of the Bergamo Film Meeting Onlus Association.

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Sala Ex Enel, Via Mazzini n.6/b a Bergamo
October 20 – 21 – 27, 2018, from 10 AM to 1 PM and from 2 PM to 5 PM (18 hrs total)

Progetti formativi

26 October
17 November
Intensive workshop - aimed to teachers, educators, entertainers and movie fans - that will provide the skills and tools needed to create, and facilitate the creation of short animated films in a socio-educational context. Two techniques were experimented in the 2019 edition: paper motion and direct drawing on film.
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