Workshop

Joan Zhonga

ANIMATION STOPMOTIN WITH PLASTICINE

This year in TIFF ODA,
We welcome you on the workshop for ANIMATION STOPMOTIN WITH PLASTICINE, which will allow
you to enrich your knowledge and abilities related in creation of ANIMATED FILM.
Attending the seminar is for free BUT the number of available places is limited. THERE ARE NEEDED
10 YOUNGSTERS AGED BETWEEN 15- 20 YEARS OLD WILL PASSION AND GOOD WILL FOR
ANIMATIONS, good luck!
NOTE
During this workshop, which will be held from 2- 4 October 2018,
THE ALBANIAN FILM DIRECTOR AND ANIMATOR, JOAN ZHONGA will take you to an emotional trip to
DISCOVER the aspects of the ANIMATION.
You will have a chance to see and learn what you need to look for in a real process of production.
ALSO FOR THE YOUNGER AGES FROM 7-10 YEARS IN NUMBER OF 20 KIDS, WILL BE HELD ONE DAY
WORKSHOP WHERE THE KIDS WILL LEARN HOW THEY CAN CREATE QUALITATIVE ACTORS AND
SOME TIME THEY WILL SPENT WITH THE PLASTICINE TECHNIQUE.
We welcome you!

Philip Bergs

Bradford City of Film Ltd


Bradford Film Office, Design Exchange, 34 Peckover St, Bradford, BD1 5BD
"Critical Conditions" – Film Critic Master class
A survey of the changing role of the film critic today - champion of quality cinema or responsible
for some red faces on the red carpets?
 
Phillip Bergson, son of an award-winning Bradford photographer, was winner of a  New
Statesman competition with an essay on Sex and Violence in the Cinema. As a Classics
Scholar at Balliol College he founded the Oxford Film Festival, and on graduating was selected
as a New Critic by The Sunday Times. He continues to broadcast on BBC Radio and TV
programmes, is an invited member of the UK Critics' Circle, FIPRESCI, and the European Film
Festival and will talk about his experiences as jury member at many international film events,
and how the relationship between reviewer, film-maker, and stars has evolved over the century,
in print and online.
 
The event is organised by the University of Bradford in partnership with Bradford UNESCO City
of Film and forms part of the 70 th anniversary of UNESCO.
Director of Bradford UNESCO City of Film, David Wilson, said: ‘We are delighted to be
celebrating the 70 th anniversary of UNESCO with this free master class from one of the UK’s top
film critics. We are also developing a series of new courses in partnership with the university to
try to ensure that there is a more diverse range of people able to enter field of film journalism.’
Mark Garratt, Director of External Affairs, University of Bradford said: “As a leading technology
university, we embrace our role in creating film makers of the future. This is a fantastic
opportunity for our students, staff and the local community to meet a renowned film critic.
“Through close partnerships across the city, Bradford continues to be one of the most exciting
places for aspiring film makers and filming locations across the UK.”
Dr Mark Goodall, Head of Film and Media, University of Bradford said: "We are pleased to host
this talk because it is very important that we understand the history of critical/journalistic
perspectives on cinema, in addition to how films are made and consumed".
The master class is free to attend and will take place at 6pm on Wednesday 18 th
November 2015 in the John Stanley Bell Lecture Theatre, Richmond Building, Great
Horton Road, Bradford BD7 1DS.
Bradford UNESCO City of Film
Bradford is the world's first UNESCO City of Film. This permanent title bestows international
recognition on Bradford as a world centre for film because of the city’s rich film heritage, its
inspirational movie locations and its many celebrations of the moving image through the city’s
film festivals and film related events
To find out more on Bradford City of Film please visit www.bradford-city-of-film.com
ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY OF BRADFORD

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Founded in 1966, the University of Bradford is one of the UK’s ‘traditional’ universities. It is a
research-intensive institution, ranked in the top 50 in the UK for the quality of its research, with
three quarters being classed as either world-leading or internationally excellent in the 2014
Research Excellence Framework (REF). The University was ranked No 1 in Yorkshire for
employed graduates obtaining professional & managerial level jobs.
Known for its strong emphasis on employability skills and knowledge transfer work with
businesses, the University has a truly global make up with over 20 per cent of its student
population being international. The University is also a leader in sustainable development and
education, and is within the top ten greenest universities in the UK, according to the Green
League 2013.
TIMECODE
A seminar series on arts media and visual culture
 
Run jointly by the Communication Culture and Media and Health Studies research groups at the
University of Bradford, this regular seminar series explores the increasingly important
relationship between arts, media, technology, culture and society. Bradford has a long tradition
of operating across artistic and scientific academic disciplines and is expanding its creative
portfolio.
 
All seminars are FREE and begin at 6pm, University of Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD7 1DP.
 
http://www.brad.ac.uk/contact-and-find-us
 
For more information on the series contact: Mark Goodall ( m.goodall@bradford.ac.uk ) Tel +44
(0)1274 236071
 
http://www.brad.ac.uk/ei/media-design-technology/research/research-centres/communication-
culture-media/timecode-seminars /

David Wilson
Director - Bradford UNESCO City of Film
Bradford Design Exchange
34 Peckover Street
Little Germany
Bradford                           
BD1 5BD
T     01274 437697
M    07896 729618
E     david.wilson@bradford.gov.uk
W    www.bradford-city-of-film.com

Afrim Spahiu

Photographic composition in the frame of documentary film. (Virtual Masterclass with Professor
Afrim Spahiu) A one-hour presentation with interactive opportunities with photographic and
cinematic examples, focusing on the relationship between static and cinematic photographic
frameworks, in relation to the various fields of human activity that are used before the picture
exists ...!

Iris Elezi

YOUR FIRST SHORT FILM will be an intense and interactive class experience
that gives prospective filmmakers the necessary tools and inspiration to
create their debut work.  Using examples from several award-winning short
fiction films, writer, director and producer Iris Elezi will provide valuable
understanding of the vital pre-production phase.  This will include story
development, creating believable characters and writing the first draft of a
short film screenplay.  This seminar will also allow attendees to present and
pitch their short film ideas and get feedback from the instructor and the
other participants.

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