Free screening of animated film by Laurence Arcadias and Juliette Marchand
Posted 11.17.11 by Katherine Cowan
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This film pokes fun at class struggles and sexual attraction, and how unleashing desire can lead to a tempest
Laurence Arcadias, Co-Chair of the Experimental Animation department at MICA, and Juliette Marchand will screen their short comedy, which began development in Baltimore and was shot last year in France. This stop-motion animated film pokes fun at class struggles and sexual attraction, and how unleashing desire can lead to a tempest.
We will begin the evening with a quick history of animation, followed by a presentation on the making of the film. The filmmakers will discuss behind-the-scenes action, how stop-motion animation is created, how armatures and puppets were built, green-screen compositing and special effects, and the use of actors for puppets' faces.
Monday, November 21, 2011
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Brown Center 320
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This free program is presented by Society for History and Graphics (SHAG). SHAG is sponsored by Dolphin Press & Print at MICA and by MICA's programs in Graphic Design and Illustration.