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Animation or FX? Panel Discussion - Sony LA - May 21 '11

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Animation or FX? Panel Discussion - Sony LA - May 21 '11

Postby Charles » Fri Apr 22, 2011 2:07 pm

ASIFA-Hollywood, The Visual Effects Society and The Producers Guild of America present...

The Crossover Between
Animation and Visual Effects
Saturday, May 21st, 2011 10:30am-1pm
Sony Pictures Imageworks
Ray Harryhausen Theater
9050 W Washington Bl
Culver City. CA 90232

Admission FREE for ASIFA-Hollywood, VES or PGA Members (Non-Members $20). Please bring your membership card for admission. If you don't have a card, email...

For more information, and to RSVP, see... ... effects-la

Is It Animation Or Is It A Visual Effect?

With each new project, the line is blurring between animation and visual effects. Expert panelists from both disciplines will discuss the technical advances, similarities and differences in approach and technique, and how animation and visual effects integrate in today's filmmaking environment.

Moderator: Frank Gladstone (President ASIFA-Hollywood)

Suggested Panelists: Markus Kurtz (VP Production Technology, Rhythm & Hues) / James Mansfield (Effects Animator, Bolt & Winnie the Pooh) / Simon Otto (Head of Character Animation How To Train Your Dragon) / Betty Paterson (VFX Supervisor, Yogi Bear & Incredible Hulk) / David Schaub (Animation Supervisor, Green Lantern & Surf's Up) / Apurva Shah (Effects Supervisr, Ratatouille & Supervising Technical Director, Cars 2)

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Re: Animation or FX? Panel Discussion - Sony LA - May 21 '11

Postby santosho » Sat Apr 23, 2011 3:43 am

Sounds like a cool event. I'm there. Hopefully VES will open up more events like this!
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