Hawaii Film Blog

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

KCC New Arts Lecture, 11/20: Story & Animation

Kapiolani Community College's next "New Arts Lecture" is entitled "Storytelling: Defining Characters," and will be about developing story and characters in animated projects. Here are the details:

Lecture: "Storytelling: Defining Characters"
  • Who: Kevin Johnson, director of Starz Entertainment's upcoming animated feature "Sheepish" due out in 2007. Kevin has also worked as a storyboard artist at Sony ImageWorks, Warner Bros., Disney, and Don Bluth Studios. He was the assistant director of the Character Animation Program at the School of Film and Video at CalArts. His feature film credits include: "The Iron Giant," "Cats Don't Dance," "The Pagemaster," and "Everyone's Hero."
  • What: An overview of story and character development in animated projects, illustrated with scenes from "Sheepish."
  • When: Mon, 11/20, 7:30-9:30pm
  • Where: OHIA 118, Kapiolani Community College (4303 Diamond Head Rd)
  • Cost: FREE to the public
  • Bonus Workshops!: There will be 2 accompanying workshops that day, also at KCC in KOA 102: "Story: Staying on Point" at 11am, and "Character Animation" at 2pm
  • More info: Contact Sharon Sussman, 808-734-9382 or ssussman@hawaii.edu

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