Free screening of animated film by Laurence Arcadias and Juliette Marchand
Posted 11.17.11 by Katherine Cowan
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.