In this course, participants will explore the techniques and various approaches used in designing and producing sound for animated films.
Participants, divided into groups of three people, will have film projects for which they are responsible for creating the audio. Whether they are dialogues, monologues, or sound effects produced with Foley technique.
This process will be supervised by tutors in collaboration with guests of the festival, experienced in animated filmmaking.
The course will explore audio as a key component of a film project, with the main goal being for participants to gain the necessary skills to determine where and what types of sounds are needed within their projects, as well as the impact they have on the film as a whole.
Each part of the process will be critiqued by peers and trainers, and the classroom environment will be one of collaboration and exploration.
Lisa LaBracio is a freelance animation director specializing in handmade animation techniques, based in Brooklyn, New York. As part of the founding animation team at TED-Ed, she’s directed dozens of educational shorts, including the co-direction of the award-winning animated poem “The Opposites Game”. As a recent convert to freelance animation direction, Lisa is now collaborating with several clients and organizations to uplift the stories and work of artists, scientists, and non-profit missions using handmade animation.
This workshop will be assisted with the help of Flaka Kokolli, Edvin Susuri, Ari Zharku
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