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AFI | AACTA is thrilled to present Animal Logic: Reimagining Story through Animation and VFX as part of this year's Vivid Ideas Program at Vivid Sydney - the world's largest festival of light, music and ideas.
Animal Logic is one of the world’s leading digital production studios and has been creating award-winning animation and visual effects for the film and television industries for over 25 years. From teaching penguins how to dance in HAPPY FEET, to bringing bricks to life in THE LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE, and creating galactic environments in GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2, Animal Logic has developed a unique style of visual storytelling that uses ground breaking technology, innovative thinking and creativity, to inspire audiences around the world.
The event will showcase visuals from some of Animal Logic’s most iconic productions and offer an exclusive look at the techniques used to create their most memorable scenes, from rough sketch to the big screen.
Moderated by Marc Fennell, the session will delve deep into the creative process with insights from Animal Logic’s CEO and Co-Founder, Zareh Nalbandian; Head of Animation, Rob Coleman; Head of Production, Ingrid Johnston; VFX Supervisor, Paul Butterworth and Production Designer, Grant Freckelton; with special guest, Director of THE LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE, Chris McKay.
Date: Friday 9 June, 2017
Arrivals: 6:00pm arrival for a 6:30pm event start
The event will run for approximately two hours.
Venue: Event Cinemas, 505-525 George Street, Sydney
Tickets: $20 plus booking fee ($10 for AFI | AACTA members)
Tickets are strictly limited - secure your seats today to avoid missing out.
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