Puppet Making with Clyde Petersen

Thursday, January 24th, 2019
$65 Tuition
$50 for NWFF Members

Ages 8-11

In this special workshop offered with the opening night film sing-along The Muppet Movie, students will learn how to create a puppet character with Seattle animator and musician Clyde Petersen. All puppet materials are provided, as well as pizza dinner for students, and admission to the opening night film for each student and one accompanying adult! Workshop puppeteers will have the option to sit together in reserved puppet choir seating.

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Other CFFS 2019 Workshops

https://childrensfilmfestivalseattle.org/lets-all-go-to-the-lobby-interactive-filmmaking-installation/

https://childrensfilmfestivalseattle.org/friendly-rhythms-of-the-planet-w-visiting-filmmaker-tatiana-skorlupkina/

 


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360 Filmmaking: Behind the Scenes of the Festival

Saturday, February 2nd, 2019
$65 Tuition
$50 For Members

Ages 11-14

In this workshop, students will learn about virtual reality and 360 filmmaking. They will plan, shoot and edit a short 360 film, getting exclusive access to go behind the scenes of the festival. Students will be able to use Samsung Gear and Ricoh Theta cameras to explore this exciting new medium, and start dreaming in 360. Taught by Jonah Kozlowski.

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Other CFFS 2019 Workshops

https://childrensfilmfestivalseattle.org/lets-all-go-to-the-lobby-interactive-filmmaking-installation/

https://childrensfilmfestivalseattle.org/friendly-rhythms-of-the-planet-w-visiting-filmmaker-tatiana-skorlupkina/

Friendly Rhythms of the Planet w/ Visiting Filmmaker Tatiana Skorlupkina

* Offered twice, for different age ranges.

January 26
1:30-4:30pm
Ages 8-11

In this interactive workshop, students will make an animated short film depicting the rhythms of children and the natural world. Students will learn about rhythms found in the filmmaking process through animating frame by frame in stop motion. They will also get hands-on crafting and coloring figures for the animation. Tatiana Skorlupkina is a musician, artist, composer, director, animator, and screenwriter. Her innovative cinematic works lead viewers into a world come alive, where genres are transformed and interwoven; here, images are music, music is images, and literary works both ‘vibrate and narrate’. Her work has been screened by and won awards at numerous film festivals around the world.

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January 27
1:30-4:30pm
Ages 11-14

This second workshop date is an opportunity for students that are a little older to enjoy the same workshop with Tatiana with a higher level of complexity.

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Other CFFS 2019 Workshops:

https://childrensfilmfestivalseattle.org/lets-all-go-to-the-lobby-interactive-filmmaking-installation/

https://childrensfilmfestivalseattle.org/360-filmmaking-behind-the-scenes-of-the-festival/

Let’s All Go to the Lobby! Interactive Filmmaking Installation

 

January 25: 4:00–9:00pm
January 26–27: 11:00am–7:00pm
February 2: 11:00am–7:00pm
February 9: 11:00am–7:00pm

** FREE EVENT! **

Children of all ages can learn about the life and work of influential filmmaker and animation innovator Lotte Reiniger (1899-1981). Children (ages 1 to 101) can experiment with multiplane stop-motion animation, become a life-size shadow puppet, and learn about shadow puppetry techniques from around the world.

 


 

Other CFFS 2019 Workshops

Don’t just watch great films during the festival — make your own! Festival workshops will get you fired up to find out more about the collaborative, magical art of filmmaking. Student films will screen at the festival’s Closing Ceremony on Feb. 9 at 5pm. Classes must be registered for in advance. Questions? Email Elizabeth Shepherd at liz@nwfilmforum.org.

 

https://childrensfilmfestivalseattle.org/friendly-rhythms-of-the-planet-w-visiting-filmmaker-tatiana-skorlupkina/

https://childrensfilmfestivalseattle.org/360-filmmaking-behind-the-scenes-of-the-festival/

 


 

Don’t want to miss a single thing? Can’t blame you! Consider a Festival Pass —