CREATIVE CONFERENCE | Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Grip Truck Show & Tell
10:30 AM-11:30 AM
DEMO — Need grip & electric gear for your next indie? Tour Day-1 Production Services’ 3-ton grip truck and learn why every indie should rent one.
Light & Shoot Your Indie
12:00 PM-1:00 PM
DEMO — Need camera, grip & lighting for your next indie? Production Consultants and Equipment (PC&E) Film Production Rentals has you covered! Survey the latest cameras and get tips for lighting your next project.
1:30 PM-2:30 PM
DEMO — You may know that bad sound can ruin a great movie, but do you know how to achieve quality sound? This demo features local sound mixers and boom operators who will supply you with tips to help you record professional quality audio on a budget.
The Animation Studio Simulation Workshop
3:00 PM- 5:00 PM
ANIMATION WORKSHOP — Be a part of an animation simulation! ASIFA-Atlanta members present a mock scenario that recreates a basic animation pipeline. Work with others and troubleshoot scenarios such as pushed deadlines and sudden script revisions. Presented by International Animation Society (ASIFA- South) and My Animation Life. (Open to kids age 7+ with supervision. No artistic or animation skill required).
Airport Short Animation: Behind the Scenes
5:30 PM-6:30 PM
ANIMATION PANEL- Come behind the scenes to see how of our five minute Airport Shorts animation was created incorporating the use of basic motion tracking in a month and a half. Learn the breakdowns from the simplifications of the storyboarding process, the challenges of working with a remote team over three time zones/ countries, and adapting a horizontal format animation to vertical while keeping the flow of the story, and music composing for animation.
Plaza Theatre Upstairs
Analyze This: A Webseries Pilot Case Study 11:00 AM-12:30 PM
PILOTS PANEL — Up-and-coming filmmakers pitch their prospective web series pilots to a panel of seasoned industry professionals, including Victoria Cook of "Gwilliam", a short film in both the Steel and Wool blocks. Filmmakers receive invaluable feedback to help them push their pilot to the next level. Audience members get a chance to see the process in action.
The Florida State University College Of Motion Picture Arts Presents: A Student Film Showcase 1:00 PM-3:00 PM
FSU SCREENING + PANEL — The Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts presents a showcase of 8 short films created by FSU Alumni followed by a filmmaker panel discussion with representatives from FSU's College of Motion Picture Arts. Learn resources and techniques for student filmmaking from one of the best film schools in the southeast.
Direct Me! 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
DIRECTING/ACTING PANEL — Directors and actors discuss the relationship between them. It's about more than just communication and trust. How do you get or give a good performance? What makes a director effective in the actor’s eye? What can a director do to get a good performance from their cast?