2015 Workshops

Friday, May 8 | 9:30am to Noon
Workshop: Animation with Edmonton Digital Arts College
Animation is practically everywhere. From realistic animations to augment a film’s action to classic 2D cartoon animation, this session explores the tools, techniques and the harsh realities of animation production in today’s digital world.
Admission: Free!
Location: Stanley Milner Library Program Room


 

Friday May 8 | 1:30 pm to 4 pm
Workshop: Gaming with Edmonton Digital Arts College
Gaming – This session looks at the business of indie game design studios and the power of online delivery platforms. With these opportunities comes greater and greater market fragmentation. Learn from those who are winning in the game business.
Admission: Free!
Location: Stanley Milner Library Program Room


 

Saturday, May 9 | 9:30 am
Distribution 101 with Avi Federgreen
Admission: $15 in advance, $20 at the door
Location: Stanley Milner Library Centennial Room


 

Friday, May 15 | 1 pm to 4 pm
Panel: Beyond the Docs: Activism & Getting Involved

Documentary films confront powerful social issues, but what do you do when the screening is over? We’ll discuss the many ways to participate in social change as an activist, journalist, filmmaker or other.
Admission: Free!
Location: Stanley Milner Library Program Room


 

Saturday, May 16 | 9:30 am to Noon
Workshop: 3D with Edmonton Digital Arts College

3D filmmaking is all the rage, but are we getting it right yet? This session explores the forward looking thinking that young filmmakers are putting into 3D storytelling and how it is changing the entire process of making a film.
Admission: Free!
Location: Stanley Milner Library Program Room


 

 Saturday, May 16 | 1 pm to 4 pm
Workshop: Build a Creative Community: Finding an Audience for your Work with Beth Dart

It’s the eternal struggle: how do you get your work in front of an audience? Artistic Producer Beth Dart will discuss her experiences as a promoter and independent producer, and how this can be leveraged by filmmakers promoting their work.
Admission: Free!
Location: Stanley Milner Library Program Room