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Fantoche Fest Takes off with 2015 Edition


BADEN -- Organizers of Fantoche 2015, the 13th International Animation Film Festival Baden, have announced top-class competitions, Focus Poland and a host of international guests for Switzerland’s largest animated film festival. Running September 1-6 in Baden, the Fantoche Fest kicks off on Tuesday with a spotlight on animated films about adventure and family life.

International Competition

The International Competition explores the very latest trends in the world of animated images, and presents the most creative, innovative and exciting work in animated short films from around the globe. They span across a wide range of topics -- from the bold, cheerful or engaging, to the emotionally touching and thought provoking. Some are experimental while others hold their own as traditional auteur films; there are outstanding examples of artistic independence or technical innovation studies in abstract visualization, pointed commentaries and impressive blends of ideas and implementation, of content and form. A wide range of genres, narrative strategies and animation techniques are represented as well. Fantoche makes a conscious effort to juxtapose these various concepts, since the festival always seeks to explore the friction between vision and tradition, offering new perspectives into the creative wealth of animated film-making. Here’s a taste of what to expect:

  • Ivan Maximov, RU, Benches No. 0458
  • Jerzy Kucia, PL, Fugue for Cello, Trumpet and Landscape
  • Edmunds Janson, LV, Isle of Seals
  • Peter Millard, GB, Unhappy Happy
  • Steven Subotnik, US, Pig
  • Sletvana Razgulyaeva, RU, Why Banana Snarls
  • Natalia Krawczuk, PL, Fences
  • Boris Labbé, FR, Rhizome

Swiss Competition

Fantoche is giving the home-grown Swiss animation film industry a platform of its own, and a presence on center stage. Films by Swiss directors are automatically entered into the selection for the Swiss Competition. This puts the Swiss film scene in the spotlight, and at the same time presents it in an international context. Several Swiss directors will also be at Fantoche, including budding masters such as Nils Hedinger and Maja Gehrig or veterans such as Jesus Perez and Georges Schwizgebel.

Making-of’s and Coming Soon

This year, there are three making-of documentaries lined up for Fantoche, with invitations extended to directors and other major film studio contacts to give the audience insights into how films are made:

Making-of Tout en haut du monde with Rémi Chayé, Director, France (simultaneous translation)

At its premiere at the Annecy festival, the film immediately won the Audience Award. Director Rémy Chayé has previously been involved in plenty of award-winning films such as Secret of Kells and The Painting. He will describe some aspects of the production of the first film under his direction.

Making-of Inside Out with Martin Senn, technical artist, Switzerland (simultaneous translation)

Martin Senn’s career sounds like a dream come true. Employed by Pixar in Emeryville as a technical artist in the matte painting department, he sits at the juncture of art and technology at a studio where artists and technical staff collaborate shoulder-to-shoulder. Senn gives insight into his work for the already famous “brain freeze” effect in the film Inside Out.

Making-of Little from the Fish Shop with Michael Carrington (simultaneous translation)

Director Jan Balej had good reasons to adapt Andersen’s fairy tale The Little Mermaid for his film. His chief animator Michael Carrington will explain why, as well as speaking about what fairy tale archetypes have to do with contemporary reality and about his choice of employing stop motion techniques.

In contrast, the Coming Soon presentations will offer an insight into feature film projects that are currently under production: director Franck Van Leeuwen will be presenting his Franco-Swiss coproduction Young Perez; Dominik Wawrzyniak will show his adept juxtaposition of animation with live action in the war drama Another Day of Life and Peter Budinský, who founded one of the very first animation studios in Slovakia in 2013, will offer insights into his latest work, Heart of a Tower.

Focus Poland

After a consistently strong showing by films from Poland in Fantoche's International Competition section in recent years, it became clear that a closer look at the Polish animated film scene was needed. Some filmmakers had been able to make a name for themselves before the country’s political transition, thereby paving the way for the new dynamic that has arisen in the past few years. What is especially striking is how Polish films are often about inward or outward journeys.

With the recent wave of refugees seeking safety in Europe, this calls for a different look at the very human fates behind the headlines. The retrospective on Jan January Janczak is also relevant to this subject matter: Janczak had to flee Poland in the 1980s and has been living in Switzerland since. In addition to Janczak, Fantoche 2015 will also be attended by Piotr Szczepanowicz, curator Kacper Zamarlo at the Lodz film school, and Wojtek Wawszczyk, Anna Baszczyk and Dominik Wawrzyniak, the filmmaking team behind Another Day of Life.

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VIEW Conference Unveils 2015 Keynote Speakers


'The Little Prince'

TURIN, ITALY -- The 16th annual VIEW Conference, Italy’s premier annual gathering of industry professionals presenting the latest news and trends across all areas of the digital arts including Computer Graphics, Interactive Techniques, Digital Cinema, 2D/3D Animation, Gaming and VFX, has announced this year’s stellar lineup of Keynote Speakers.

“We are honored and thrilled to welcome four amazing artists -- Mark Osborne, Randy Thom, Jorge Gutierrez and Shannon Tindle -- to Turin for this year’s VIEW conference as our Keynote Speakers,” says Professor Maria Elena Gutierrez, Director of the annual conference. “I know their presence will inspire our audience of students and professionals.”

The VIEW conference will take place October 19-23 in Turin, Italy. The curated conference, which is celebrating its 16th year, features talks, panel sessions, workshops, and awards for outstanding work. This year’s accomplished Keynote Speakers are:

Mark Osborne, a multiple award-winning director of a beloved animated feature film, recently directed the animated feature film version of a beloved novel. Osborne received Oscar nominations for directing the animated feature film Kung Fu Panda, and for the short animated film, More. He also won an Annie Award for directing Kung Fu Panda, as well as many film festival awards. His latest film is The Little Prince, based on Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s novel. After initial screenings, the animated story of a pilot who meets a little boy from another planet received a 100 percent approval rating from critics tallied on the Rotten Tomatoes website. At VIEW, Osborne will pilot attendees through the challenging creative process he and his team underwent to translate the classic French story into an animated feature.

“We wanted to pay tribute to and honor this poetic and much beloved work and introduce new readers to the fantastic world that Saint-Exupéry created more than 70 years ago,” Osborne said. The Onyx Film production releases in Italy on December 3.

'The Peanuts Movie'

Randy Thom, the Director of Sound at LucasFilm’s Skywalker Sound, is the winner of two Academy Awards: for Best Achievement in Sound Editing for Disney/Pixar’s The Incredibles and for Best Sound for the live action feature film The Right Stuff. He has also received 14 Oscar nominations for sound and sound editing on other live-action and animated films, and two BAFTA Award nominations. This year, Thom was Supervising Sound Designer and Supervising Sound Mixer for director Robert Zemeckis’ The Walk; and Supervising Sound Designer both for director Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak and director Steve Martino’s animated film, The Peanuts Movie.

In his VIEW keynote, entitled “Teaching the Camera to Listen: From Apocalypse Now to The Peanuts Movie,” Thom will use film clips to deconstruct the visual and sonic “nuts and bolts” that hold films together, and show how to use sound to build better movies in the future. Fox/Blue Sky’s The Peanuts Movie releases in the U.S. and Italy on November 6.

This is the second VIEW conference for keynote speaker Randy Thom, who says, “Mixing the finest media artists on the planet with fresh Northern Italian white truffles, aged Barolo and Nebbiolo, and the ambience in Turin, ensures that the VIEW Conference this year is going to be delicious. I’ve experienced the VIEW once before, and I can’t wait to go back this year -- Turin is fantastically beautiful in October! The VIEW presentations are great, and the conversations in the hallways, restaurants, and bars are exquisite. At the VIEW event, you can catch up on the latest in media art, and rub shoulders with some of the coolest people around. Yay, The VIEW!”

Jorge R. Gutierrez received an Annie Award nomination earlier this year for directing the animated feature film The Book of Life, and won an Annie Award for the character design in that film. Previously, he received a Daytime Emmy Award for the Nickelodeon animated television series El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera, as well as many Annie nominations for the series. At VIEW, during his talk titled “Every Picture Tells a Story,” Gutierrez will take attendees on a wild, 25-year journey by presenting work from his Emmy Award-winning student film, his first animated web series for Sony, TV pilots for Disney, his Nickelodeon series, and his first feature film. In doing so, the Mexican animator, painter, writer, and director’s journey is sure to inspire all attendees, whether students or professionals.

Shannon Tindle’s keynote address will lead directors, storytellers, and other VIEW attendees into a future that would have astonished Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Tindle’s short sci-fi film On Ice, which premiered during Google’s Comic-Con panel, features a giant bear on ice skates. The 360-degree video designed for mobile devices allows people to explore all angles of the wacky story. It’s Google’s newest Spotlight Story, and it uses a brand new SDK (software development kit). Before directing On Ice, Tindle was a Character Designer on three features, The Croods, Coraline, and Curious George, as well as numerous television series and movies, including Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, for which he received a Primetime Emmy.

“We always try to bring an intriguing group of artists to Torino from all areas of the digital arts -- 2D and 3D computer graphics, interactive media, digital cinema, animation, gaming, and visual effects,” Gutierrez adds. “Our speakers inspire each other and the attendees. I can promise everyone that in addition to the spectacular keynote speakers we’ve just announced, this year’s Guest Speakers will also astound and delight everyone who attends.”

Among Guest Speakers announced thus far for this year’s VIEW Conference:

Scott Carroll: Carroll, whose talk is “From Comic Strip to Feature Film: The Peanuts Movie,” is a Supervising Animator at Blue Sky Studios currently working on The Peanuts Movie. He began his artistic career at Industrial Light and Magic, where he worked on such films as Van Helsing and Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. He later moved to New Jersey to work with Blue Sky Studios.

'Hotel Transylvania 2'

Michael Kurinsky: For his VIEW presentation, Kurinsky will examine: “Production Designing Hotel Transylvania 2.” He is Production Designer on Sony Pictures Animation’s upcoming family comedy Hotel Transylvania 2. Kurinsky served as the art director on the hit comedy Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs, and first joined Sony Pictures Animation to work on the studio’s first release, Open Season. Prior to working at Sony, he was a background painter for Walt Disney Feature Animation working on such hits as The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Hercules, Atlantis, Fantasia 2000, Home On The Range, and Beauty And The Beast: Special Edition.

Kim White: White, who will present “Illuminating Joy: The Lighting of Inside Out,” is Director of Photography at Pixar Animation Studios. She contributed prop modeling and lighting for A Bug’s Life, Toy Story 2, Monsters Inc. and The Incredibles. On Finding Nemo, she was the Reef Unit Lighting Lead, and served as the Lighting Supervisor on Ratatouille. She also served as Director of Photography for Lighting on both Toy Story 3 and the recent Inside Out.

Richard Starzak and Paul Kewley: A look at the Making of Shaun The Sheep The Movie will be presented by BAFTA Award winner Richard Starzak, the Writer & Co-Director, and Paul Kewley, the Producer, of that recently released comedic, animated film from Lionsgate and Aardman Studios.

Christopher Townsend: Townsend was overall VFX Supervisor on the massive hit film The Avengers: Age of Ultron, overseeing 3,000 shots. His VIEW talk is entitled: “Avengers: Age of Ultron, Hulk, Vision, and the Gang.” A VFX veteran for over 20 years, he had been an artist and supervisor at ILM on some of the most influential movies of our time. He also worked on Journey to the Center of the Earth, the first-ever stereoscopic motion picture shot and released digitally. His other credits include contributions to Wolverine, Ninja Assassin, Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief, and Captain America: The First Avenger. He was nominated for an Academy Award for his work on Iron Man 3.

Daniel Kramer: Kramer, a Visual Effects Supervisor at Sony Pictures Imageworks, is currently supervising work on Columbia Pictures’ Ghostbusters, directed by Paul Feig and scheduled for release in July 2016. Most recently, Kramer supervised work on Columbia Pictures’ Pixels. His VIEW talk is entitled “Game On! The VFX Behind Pixels.”

Erik Nash: Nash’s VIEW talk, Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, provides an overview of the varied VFX work made for the movie, including the making of numerous creatures which come to life in the British Museum, miniatures for the Youtube sequence and the FX work required for the Planetarium sequence. Nash is a Production VFX Supervisor with MPC who worked on that film. His other credits include contributions to Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. His work on the shows earned him two Emmy Awards. In 1994, Nash moved to Digital Domain where he was visual effects director of photography on blockbusters including Apollo 13 and Titanic, and was VFX supervisor on shows such as Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End and Armageddon. He was nominated for three Academy Awards for VFX work on I, Robot, Real Steel, and Iron Man 3.

Michael Rubin: Rubin, Senior Innovator at Creative Technologies Lab with Adobe Systems, will analyze the most recent tectonic shifts in photograph through his talk: “Group F/64, Modernism and Photography Today.” Rubin has been a photographer for more than 35 years, with career highlights that include product positions at Lucasfilm and Netflix, and with post production roles on a number of television and film projects, including the CBS miniseries Lonesome Dove, and the Bertolucci feature film, The Sheltering Sky.

Glenn Entis: Academy Award winner Glenn Entis is a computer animation and video game pioneer who co-founded Pacific Data Images in the early 1980’s, a computer animation studio which went on to become one of the most successful in the world. At the VIEW Conference, his talk “The Spirit and Stories of PDI” will share some of what made that studio great, and some of the lessons offered by its story and people. In 1994, he left PDI to become CEO of Dreamworks Interactive (the videogame division of DreamWorks,) working closely with Steven Spielberg and creating the Medal of Honor franchise, among other hits. After Electronic Arts acquired DreamWorks Interactive in 2000, Entis took on a leadership role in guiding EA through several generations of videogame consoles, while also creating the World Wide Visualization Group, a videogame computer graphics research organization.

David Misch: Author/Comedian David Misch is the author of “Funny The Book: Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Comedy.” Among his TV and movie credits are the Emmy Award-nominated Mork & Mindy, the Emmy-losing Duckman, the Emmy-engorged Saturday Night Live, and the Emmy-ineligible The Muppets Take Manhattan. His VIEW talk explores “The Painful Relationship Between Humor and Horror.”

Dale Herigstad: Four time Emmy Award winner, and winner of the inaugural Interactive Emmy Award, Herigstad is co-founder of SeeSpace, and a thought leader on the future of interactive media. Among his credits: Creative Director of on-air design and branding for the three CBS Sports Winter Olympics broadcasts in the 1990s. He was also a member of the research team that developed the visionary gestural interfaces that first appeared in the film Minority Report. Herigstad will speak about “Spatial Interaction: Navigation Beyond the Screen.” Motion graphics and computer graphics have always been about objects in a space. As the world moves “beyond the screen,” interaction is more complex and requires greater levels of simplicity. He will show and discuss past and current experiments that explore how these new spatial frontiers can be navigated, and will present to his audience the possibilities of this rapidly evolving field.

This year’s VIEW Conference’s digital movie Festival, VIEW FEST, takes place October 16-18. The deadline for submissions for the VIEW Award is September 15. To submit work to the VIEW Social Contest, visit www.viewconference.it/view-social-contest.

Source: VIEW Conference 2015

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Meet Kuromine Asahi, "the man who can't lie." On the way home, he learns an important secret. His crush, Shiragami Youko, is actually a vampire! Can Asahi actually keep her secret? It's a fun, clumsy, one-of-a kind vampire romantic comedy!

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Box Office Report: Illumination’s ‘Minions’ Crosses $1 Billion Worldwide


Illumination Entertainment’s ‘Minions’ continues its global dominance, becoming the third animated feature ever to cross the billion dollar mark.

Universal's box-office topper Straight Outta Compton remained at number one for the third straight weekend in a row, taking in $13.2 million from 3,142 theaters for a new domestic total of $134.1 million. Overseas, the N.W.A. biopic earned an additional $6.5 million from eight markets for a new global tally of $140.9 million.

Sony’s Christian drama War Room came in second place, earning $11 million from 1,135 locations, the top debut for a faith-based title since Heaven Is for Real ($22.5 million) in April 2014. The low-budget $3 million feature, released by Sony’s faith-based TriStar/Affirm label, is the fifth collaboration from brothers Alex and Stephen Kendrick, the directing and producing team behind such Christian films as Fireproof and Courageous.

Paramount’s Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation came in third place, taking in $8.3 million over the movie’s fifth week in theaters for a new domestic total of $140.1 million. Overseas Rogue Nation grossed $15.3 million from 64 overseas markets for a new total of $309 million internationally and $479.4 million worldwide. The film releases in China on September 8.

The Weinstein Company's new entry No Escape landed in fourth place for the weekend, taking in $8.29 million from 3,355 locations. The political action-thriller, directed by John Erick Dowdle, who co-wrote the screenplay with his brother, Drew Dowdle, stars Owen Wilson, Lake Bell and Pierce Brosnan. Made with a budget of $5 million, No Escape posted a five-day debut of $10.3 million after opening Wednesday.

Blumhouse Productions’ Sinister 2, distributed by Focus Films’ genre label Gramercy Pictures, came in fifth place with $4.7 million for the weekend. The micro-budgeted horror film has made a total of $18.5 million over its two weeks at the domestic box office.

Warner Bros.’ period spy film The Man From U.N.C.L.E landed in sixth place, earning $4.4 million in its third outing for a new domestic total of $34.1 million. The Man From U.N.C.L.E. brought in $5.6 million from 46 overseas markets this past weekend, pushing its international total to $36.6 million and its worldwide total to $70.7 million. 

Twentieth Century Fox's video game adaptation Hitman: Agent 47 brought in $3.9 million over its second weekend in theaters for a new domestic total of $15.2 million and a seventh place finish. Hitman: Agent 47 made $13.1 million from 60 overseas markets for an early international cume of $25 million, pushing the film’s worldwide total to $40.3 million.

In eighth place, Joel Edgerton's psychological thriller The Gift, distributed by STX Entertainment, took in $3.13 million over its fourth weekend in theaters for a new domestic total of $ $35.9 million.

Universal’s Jurassic World returned to IMAX locations this past weekend, taking ninth place at the domestic box office with $3.12 million for a new North American total of $643.1 million. Not accounting for inflation, the 3D blockbuster sequel remains the third highest grossing film of all-time domestically. Overseas, the dinosaur feature is inching closer to $1 billion, taking in $3.9 million from 35 territories for a new international total of $993.6 million for a staggering $1.637 billion worldwide.

Marvel’s Ant-Man rounded up the top ten, taking in $3.05 million over its seventh weekend out in theaters for a new domestic total of $169.2 million. Overseas the pint-sized action hero has brought in $199.8 million to date for a total of $368.9 million worldwide.

Elsewhere, Illumination Entertainment’s Minions continued its global dominance, becoming the third animated feature ever to cross the billion dollar mark. The Despicable Me spinoff distributed by Universal grossed $14.9 million from 60 overseas territories over the past weekend for a new international total of $694.1 million and $1.01891 billion worldwide. That number is on track to go nowhere but up with Minions set to debut in China on September 13.

Pixar’s Inside Out also continues to chug along overseas, posting $10.9 million from 35 territories this past weekend. The animated feature directed by Pete Docter has now made a total of $371.1 million at the international box office for a total of $715.625 million worldwide. A release date for China has not yet been confirmed.

Box office numbers were obtained at pro.boxoffice.com.

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Million Doll revolves around Suuko, an idol-loving hikikomori (shut-in) who has one ability: To make any idol popular through the power of blogging. She puts her sights on the Fukuoka idol Itorio and tries to make her sell more, but she is impeded by the charismatic idol Ryuu-san and the underground idol Mariko.

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