|October 27, 2012|
If you’ve not made a flipbook before, or if you’d like to find out a little more about this particular form of micro-animation, then pop along to our Flipbook Challenge Workshop. Flipbook veterans Urtė Budinaitė & Patrick Jenkins will be sharing their expertise in the form of tips, tricks and demonstrations. Urtė & Patrick, will talk you through the basics as they explain the principles of the flipbook, reveal a variety of techniques and then guide you as you embark upon creating your own.
Open to all (with tickets costing just £2!) this workshop has been designed to perfectly compliment the most recent addition to the LIAF programme – the first ever Flipbook Challenge. Click here to find out more.
Urtė Budinaitė’s Biography
Urtė Budinaitė is a lecturer in animation at Vilnius Academy of Arts, College of Design & Technologies, and J. Vienožinskis Art School. She has a Master’s Degree in Animation from Estonian Academy of Arts. She also leads animation workshops for children and has animated a number of films. The most recent of which, the hand-drawn ‘Independence Day’ is screening at this year’s LIAF Lithuania Retrospective.
Patrick Jenkins’ Biography
Patrick Jenkins is an award winning artist, animator and documentary filmmaker. Among his awards are: Best Animation Prize at the 2010 Toronto Urban Film Festival for his recent film ‘Tara’s Dream’; first prize at the 2010 Toronto Animated Image Society Showcase for his film ‘Amoeba’; and 1st place in the Independent, 6 to 30 Minutes Category, at the 2009 KAFI Festival for the surreal detective story ‘Labyrinth’ (2008).