Save the Date and keep in mind! München: Animago Award + Conference

7.-8. September 2017 im Gasteig, München

Seit 2009 ist der Event eine der wichtigsten Fachkonferenzen der Branche mit Standort in Deutschland. Internationale und nationale Koryphäen der Film- und Postproduktionsbranche referieren über aktuelle Trends, neue Technologien & Projekte und geben Einblick in ihre Arbeit.

Hier als PDF das vorläufige Programm des  „Animago 2017“

Hier der Link zu den nominierten Filmen beim „Animago“

Ticketpreise zwischen 58,- Euro und 120,- Euro – Hier der Link zum Buchen!

This year’s animago CONFERENCE on 7th and 8th September promises to deliver a vibrant and jam-packed programme of speakers and presentations. There will be lectures addressing all different software and pipeline preferences.

The programme is packed with making of talks, like the DC blockbuster film “Wonder Woman”, (Jan Fiedler, Pixomondo), the oscar awarded short film „Piper“ (Erik Smitt, Pixar Animation Studios), „Atomic Blonde“ (Sebastian Leutner, Radoslaw Jamrog, Chimney), Marvel’s space fun „Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2“ (Christian Deiß, Scanline) and „Pirates of the Caribbean 5“ (Igor Jovanovic, MPC Film).

Lectures in which the artists show many Cinema 4D tricks will include Matthias Zabiegly’s (Aixsponza) talk „Perfectly Pretty – finding the sweetspot between tech and design“ and Robert Hranitzky‘s „TOCA ME – Opening Titles“. Florian Eisner’s lecture to the Commercial “Challenge yourself” contains useful tips for the Avid Media Composer. In addition, we have prepared numerous interesting talks on Autodesk and Blackmagic software, Esris CityEngine and ChaosGroups V-Ray Render engine.

Further highlights of the programme are Matthias Menz’s (Weta Digital) lecture “The Art of Digital Lighting”, in which he reveals the secret of the success in the Weta Digital rendering pipeline as well as “Simon’s Cat in an immersive 360 ° video” where Liza Nechaeva shows how a 360 ° clip of the popular animation cartoons figure emerges.

Riesenglückwunsch: Evgenia Gostrer gewinnt Auszeichnung beim Trickfilmfestival in Ottawa

Evgenia Gostrer aus München gewinnt beim renommierten kanadischen Trickfilmfestival OIAF den Walt Disney Animation Award for Best Graduation Animationresizedimage200200-gostrer_evgenia

Die Jury begründete dies folgendermaßen:

„Subtle but very beautiful. Surprising narrative and emotional impact was achieved by minimalist technique … a touching story about everyday life of a member of society that is often invisible.“

Evgenia was born 1981 in Woronesh, Russia and moved to Germany at the age of 15. She studied design in Munich and animation at the School of Art and Design in Kassel, where she graduated in 2015. Evgenia is passionate about animating with clay, dancing and documentary films.


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