3 months ago

Program announcement for our Educational Activities: Anibar 13

Just as we promised, here are the educational programs including masterclasses and workshops for Anibar’s 13th edition! 

We are very excited to announce that this year we’ll have a total of 3 masterclasses and 4 workshops as part of our educational programs. Despite our rich film program, festival attendees will also have the chance to learn from the best of the animation industry about different animation techniques and production. In these programs, participants of the festival will have the chance to learn more about the subjects, themes as well as ideas that are presented in the animation world.  

For more information about each workshop and masterclass, as well as to apply, please click the link in our bio.

There is a limited number of participants so hurry up and apply! 

Masterclasses: 

1. “The Abstract Thinking in animation Filmmaking”

Tutor: Julia Farkas

To learn more and apply for this masterclass click here

 

2. “Visual Development for Animation”

Tutor: Panni Gyulai

To learn more and apply for this masterclass click here 

 

3. “The practical side of making a short film – Producing Animation”

Tutor: Balint Gelley

To learn more and apply for this masterclass click here

The masterclasses are organized within the project ‘Spreading culture from the Visegrad countries to the Western Balkans‘ supported by the Visegrad Fund. The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from the International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.

 

Workshops: 

 

1. “Animated Delusions” 

Tutor: Andy London

To learn more and apply for this workshop click here

The workshop is organized with the support of the U.S. Embassy in Kosovo.

 

2. “Animation and Augmented Reality”

Tutor: Kristina Saganova

To learn more and apply for this workshop click here

The workshop is organized within the project ‘Spreading culture from the Visegrad countries to the Western Balkans‘ supported by the Visegrad Fund. The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from the International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.

 

3. “How to become a stop motion animator“  

Tutor: Marcus Grysczok  

To learn more and apply for this workshop click here 

The workshop is organized with the support of the German Embassy in Kosovo. 

 

4. “Scratchatopia”

Tutor: Steven Woloshen

To learn more and apply for this workshop click here

The workshop is organized with the support of the Canadian Embassy in Zagreb. 

 

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