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Progamme éducatif à Montréal

Dates : June 7th and 8th, 10am to 6pm (2 days)
Rate : Member 210 / Non-member 250
Number of participants : min. 3 / max. 4

Participants in this intensive workshop will learn how to use the versatile and popular animation software Dragonframe to make a stop-motion animated film. The first day will begin with an introduction to the interface and basics of the software. Participants will then learn how to install their set in order to begin shooting their film. Over the course of the second day, troubleshooting issues as well and more advanced tools in Dragonframe will be explored. To finish, participants will edit and add music to the film using Adobe Premiere.
Hands-on workshop / Materials provided

Instructor: Damaris Baker

Damaris Baker is a sound designer, composer and animator. She completed her music degree in Australia and worked for ten years as a radio technical producer for the ABC and SBS government radio stations. She composed themes for ABC television, produced radio plays, documentary radio shows, recorded bands and released a CD with David Ashton. Moving into film, she directed a short documentary, Ulas Path, which has screened at five festivals around the world. She has produced sound for a number of short films and documentaries including Outland and The Republic of (A). Her short animation Entropy or the Arrow of Time screened at the Montreal World Film Festival in 2013.

For more information, or to register, contact us at 514-845-7442 or [Masqué].