Do you see it? Do you also get it? Come Tuesday in Budapest KINO Cinema!
KEDD Animation Film Studio (where Oscar-nominee Maestro was created) jointly with KINO Cinema launches its publicly open animation student film club. In the fall you can get an insight into how and for what purposes animated short films are made, and understand how they work as motion pictures. During this three months we will explore the various animation film techniques and how animated films interpret such disciplines as literature, sociology, history, art, ecology or music. You will see must-see classics and the latest cutting-edge shorts in a single sitting per week. Our guides will be such film experts and animation film makers as Géza M. Tóth, director of Maestro, the Oscar-winner Ferenc Rofusz or Daazo-favorites Tomek Ducki and Attila Bertóti.
Week after week as an accompanying program Daazo.com makes a short film public from the current KEDD-KINO line-up. Watch the given short online and enjoy the rest of the programme live in KINO Cinema!
The first session starts at 4 pm. September 13th in Budapest KINO Cinema hosted by the Academy Award Winner Ferenc Rofusz. Participation is free of charge and everybody is welcome.
See KEDD-KINO’s cinema syllabus below and check out their blog site for detailed information about screening lists and invited professionals.
– Drewing and Painting Animation
– Digital Cartoon Film
– Puppet Animation and Claymation
– Stop Motion
– Digital 3D Animation
– Animation and Literature
– Animation and the Fantastic
– Animation and Art
– Animation and History
– Animation and Socilogy
– Animation and Ecology
– Animation and Music
For more information, visit: www.keddkino.blogspot.com