Annecy International Animation Film Festival- Deadline February 15

The Annecy International Animation Film Festival is a competition between cartoon films of various techniques (animated drawings, cut-out papers, modelling clay, etc.) classified in various categories including feature films, short films, films produced for television and advertising or the internet and student films. It’s free to enter.

Deadline is February 15.
Here is the link on how to submit:.

‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ and How a Scene Crawled to Life | Anatomy of a Scene

Alberto Mielgo’s early storyboards and animatics for Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse

From Alberto Mielgo’s Vinemo account:

As I mentioned before, I was hired to direct the animation test for the new Spiderman film.

Here you can see my original storyboards and animatics that I produced for such a test. My main intention was to explore the language of comics and cinema and merge them together. We finished only 4 of this shots. And everyone ended up pretty exhausted!!!
The shots that we produced with an incredible technical team were some of the most amazing thing Ive seen, and I’m extremely proud of them and the team involved. With those shots we open a door to a pipeline and possibilities and help to estimate the overall film.
I hope Sony will allow me to share the finished shots some time in the future .

I’m really happy to see that most of my shots on this early boards made it to the final film. Again I would like to congratulate the whole team that finished the final film for preserving the compositions and the original intention of these shots. It shows that everyone felt inspired and that they really cared for this particular vision.

As you can see the 3 versions are very different in tone. It was early and I was not too sure yet what would be the final mood of this film yet.

I work with pencil, photoshop, I do the comp in After FX and my edits in Premiere, with my own sounds and all bunch of crap in Audition… Did I ever say how much I love adobe?

Music on this obviously temp score just for the edit.

My pick temp track artist:

BlueSky Internship Program

Our summer internship program is a fun, exciting and education-packed 10 weeks. Each intern is specially selected and placed in a department that best fits their skills and interests. Throughout the 10 weeks they will be mentored and supervised by a Blue Sky professional in that field.

All 2019 summer internships start in early June and end in early August. They are open to all college students whose graduation dates fall within the following time frame: winter 2018 through spring 2020.

All applicants must be eligible to work in the United States without sponsorship by the company.

The Artistic/Production Internship applications are now open. Below are short descriptions of each open position.

You can apply by visiting our job openings page or by clicking on the department name below.

Please note that the deadline to apply is Friday, March 8th.

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The Television Academy Foundation’s Internship Program- Deadline January 24

The Television Academy Foundation’s Internship Program provides 50 internships in a wide variety of categories to college students nationwide. The program gives both undergraduate and graduate students in-depth exposure to professional television production during an eight-week, paid summer period in Los Angeles.

Here is the link for more info and to apply

Internships are valuable as students can acquire valuable contacts and start building their network. A strong network often leads to more opportunity. Networking is a valuable skill which many students need to learn.

A Talk with Mike Owens on December 20

Exclusive: Masters of Disney Animation with Don Hahn

Wednesday, December 12

6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Apple Union Square

Join celebrated producer Don Hahn for a look inside the Walt Disney archives. He’ll share rare sketchbooks and art from The Walt Disney Family Museum’s new exhibition, Walt Disney’s Nine Old Men: Masters of Animation. You’ll see work by the remarkable team of animators behind classics like Bambi, Pinocchio, and Sleeping Beauty. ©Disney

300 Post Street

San Francisco, CA 94108

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WIA Group Mentoring for Students!

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The 20th Annual Animation Show of Shows