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Stop Frame Animation Techniques: A One-Day Workshop with Masoud Raouf

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Cineworks Independent Filmmakers Society

1131 Howe Street

Vancouver, BC V6Z 2L7

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Cineworks and BC Culture Days present a full-day workshop on stop-frame animation techniques, with award-winning director, producer and animator Masoud Raouf.

FREE: Booking Required
Class-size: up to 10;
For Adults and Youth (16+)


This is a full-day hands-on workshop which will take participants through the process of making a short animated film using three stop-frame animation techniques (cut-out, clay, paint). Participants will learn and develop ideas about story and animation techniques for making a short animated film, using a digital camera and Dragon Frame animation software.


Topics include:

Principles of animation
Stop-frame animation techniques (cut-out, clay, paint)
Storyboarding
Movement in animation
Color in animation

Art materials and equipment are provided.

Please note, this is a full-day professional workshop and is not suitable for children.


Instructor Bio

Masoud Raouf is an award-winning producer, director, animator and educator. In 2002, he directed the NFB production The Tree that Remembers which won the Silver Award for Best Canadian Documentary at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in Toronto, the Golden Sheaf Award for Best Social Documentary at Yorkton and the Bronze Plaque at the Columbus International Film and Video Festival. In 2003, Raouf completed Blue Like a Gunshot – winner of the 2004 Jutra Award for the Best Short Animation, as well as winning best animation prizes at the Moondance and Vermont International Film Festivals in the same year. In 2005 he produced and directed Waves at Birth, which won Best Short Animation at the Vermont International Film Festival 2007, and in 2014 he completed the 30 minute documentary/Animation There is Garden, and he is currently completing a short animation about ‘boat people’, called Let the Sea Wonder (2017).

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Accessibility: wheelchair access to washrooms via temporary ramp requires advance notice; please email programs@cineworks.ca with requirements.

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