Animation Dingle

Film

Venue: St. James’ Church
Date: Saturday 15th March
Time: 12noon – 4.30pm
Cost: €25
€20 for student
€5 per event if seats are free

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12 noon
Welcome everybody – John Rice, CEO JAM Media & Maurice Galway

12.15pm
Selection of entries to YA-O-TY competition & presentation of award to the winner

1pm
Selection of works from The Irish School of Animation introduced by Gareth Lee (Programme Leader BA (Hons) Animation and IADT introduced by Keith Foran

1.30pm
Selection of animated shorts Ireland & abroad

ALFRED & ANNA

15mins/ Colour / 2012/ Spanish/Digital
DIRECTOR: Juanma Suárez
CAST: Narrador:Andreu Buenafuente

Since Hummingbird families had to emigrate, Professor Alfred has lost his passion: give music lessons. However the arrival of a new student will return his enthusiasm…

Spanish Academy Award Nomination (Goya)

The Battle For Ravenwind: The Right To Radios

04:48m/2013 /Ireland/colour/Digital
Directed by: Craig Kane & Martin Kelly Producer: Sascha Paladino
Written by: the kids of Fighting Words

After a mad-cap film last year, we’re back. A new crack team of kids, working as creators, writers, designers, composers, artists, voice actors, critics and a whole lot more, have more teamed up with Brown Bag Films’ Sascha Paladino, Craig Kane and Martin Kelly to create The Battle for Ravenwood: The Right to Radios. A zany, action adventure with more twists, flashbacks and gags than you can shake a radio at, The Battle for Ravenwood is a five minute film made entirely with the kids through Fighting Words workshops in collaboration with Brown Bag Films

Coda

9mins/2014/Colour/Ire/Digital

Director/Script Alan Holly
Producer Ciaran Deeney
Production Company And Maps and Plans

A lost soul stumbles drunkenly through the city. In a park, death finds him and shows him many things.
DON QUIJOTE PRIZE BEST ANIMATION (SPECIAL MENTION)
Galway Film Fleadh 2013

OFFICIAL SELECTION
SXSW 2014

This film was funded through the Frameworks scheme, which is supported by the IFB, RTÉ and the Arts Council.

Rabbit and Deer / Nyuszi és Őz

16.15mins/2013/Colour/Hungary/Digital

Director / Writer: Péter Vácz
Producer: József Fülöp
Editor: Judit Czakó
Animation: Attila Bertóti, Péter Vácz

Rabbit and Deer are living happily and careless until their friendship is put to the test by Deer’s new obsession to find the formula for the 3rd dimension. After an unexpected accident Deer finds himself in a new world, unknown to him. Separated by dimensions the two friends have to find the way back to each other.

The Ledge End of Phil

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6mins/2014/Colour/Ire/Digital

Director/Script Paul Ó Muiris
Producer Pearse Cullinane
Production Company Cartoon Saloon

Stuck outside looking in, Phil is forced to face the world he’s been ignoring. Now he must take a leap of faith or be trapped forever.

OFFICIAL SELECTION
Jameson Dublin International Film Festival 2014

This film was funded through the Frameworks scheme, which is supported by the IFB, RTÉ and the Arts Council.

The Missing Scarf

7 minutes/2014/Colour/Ire/Digital

Director/Script Eoin Duffy
Producer Jamie Hogan
Production Company Belly Creative

A black comedy exploring some of life’s common fears: the fear of the unknown, of failure, of rejection, and finally the fear of death.

OFFICIAL NOMINEE, BEST EUROPEAN SHORT FILM
European Film Awards 2014

BEST ANIMATION
Los Angeles International Short Film Festival 2013
Galway Film Fleadh 2013
New Hampshire Film Festival 2013
Savannah Film Festival 2013

THE NEIGHBOURS

2min 35sec/2013/IRELAND-CAMBODIA/COLOUR/Digital

Director JOHN PEAVOY
Producer JEREMY PURCELL (IRELAND) JUSTIN STEWART (CAMBODIA)

The Neighbours is based on the recordings of the real life Scott Carrier, a radio producer and Professor of Communications at Utah University. While stuck up a tree a confused and irate neighbour confronts Scott.

2.30pm

Oscar Nominated Tomm Moore (Secret of Kells) Presentation. Tomm will discuss the process involved in creating the animated feature film, SONG OF THE SEA, as part of collaboration between studios across five different countries.

Image ©Copyright of IFTA (Irish Film & Television Awards).

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3.15pm
Indy V Blockbuster with Tomm Moore & Richie Baneham

4pm
The Murakami Award: Richie Baneham

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Richard Baneham is an Academy Award and BAFTA winner for Best Visual Effects for his work on “Avatar”. He has also won awards for his work as an Animation Supervisor on “Lord of the Rings”; “The Two Towers” and “The Return of the King” Richie hails from a traditional Animation background. He made the transition to CG while working on “The Iron Giant” one of Richie’s favorites. His other credits include; “The Chronicles of Narnia”; “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” and “Cats and Dogs”.

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