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Reno Armanet - Woodbury University Burbank - May 1 '11

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Reno Armanet - Woodbury University Burbank - May 1 '11

Postby Charles » Sat Apr 16, 2011 9:33 am

Presented by the Creative Talent Network®
In Association with Woodbury University

Sunday May 1, 2011 10am-4pm

Fletcher Jones Theater
Woodbury University
Burbank, CA USA
(818) 827-7138


"Animation Master Class and Filmmakers Conversation"
Animator, Director, Filmmaker
Reno Armanet

Born in Marseille, France, Reno Armanet, is an award winning independent director, animator, music composer and visual development artist and the founder of the independent animation studio tigoboANIMATION. Located in Angoulême, France where Reno and his team of artists from around the world, share a common independent spirit and passion for animation, the studio has a long line of successful independent animation projects including features, short films and TV series along with documentaries. Reno himself is currently directing several short films that include "OA" and "Symhio" and has been asked to collaborate alongside Master 2D animator Pablo Navarro on the feature animated film "Labyrinth".


A CTN Exclusive Presentation

Reno will present the highlights of what is normally a week long workshop held at the Annecy Film Festival, in this full one-day intensive experimental and full Animation Master Class and Filmmakers Conversation. He will discuss, demonstrate, answer questions, critique films, look at portfolios and show examples of other films that reveal the passion, creativity and inspiration behind developing successful independent animated films. Bring your portfolios, your films and join the "Filmmakers Conversation" with Reno Armanet.


A Rare Opportunity - One Day Only

Reno has lectured at multiple conferences and animation schools in France, notably the famous Gobelins and EMCA schools but this is his first time in the US teaching this session. This workshop is designed for 2D or 3D animators, independent filmmakers, designers, directors, writers, production designers, and cinematographers and those aspiring to be independent creators. French Interpreter will be provided.


Two 3-day CTN animation eXpo passes will be raffled at break time.

When you register online you are automatically enrolled.

Winners must be in the room to redeem their pass.


REGISTER HERE


Connect with Reno Armanet and have a filmmaker mentor for life!!

Limited Seating


The Animation Master Class and Filmmakers Conversation
Sunday May 1st | 10am - 4pm
Price: $30.00


CTN offers discounts to students, educators and professionals:

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Discount Code for AnimationNation... ANINAX11
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Fletcher Jones Theater
Woodbury University
7500 Glenoaks Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91510
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