Animation has been used as a storytelling medium for decades, not only for children but adults as well.
Cinema is a narrative, live action, realistic filter. Animation cinema is a filter too; although it has a different texture, it holds the same function. This seminar will approach animation eluding the most common works for children and rather focusing on the ones that one might not want to show the entire family.
The seminar is led by Flaminia Bonfiglio but active public participation is required. Each meeting is divided into two moments, a first introductory part where Flaminia will present specific contents and suggest material to look at, and a second part open to discussion and debate.
Maximum number of participants: 20 people.
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Monday November 19th
Monday December 10th
Monday January 21st
Monday February 11th
Flaminia Bonfiglio was born in Rome. She studied Illustration and Multimedia Animation at Istituto Europeo di Design (IED), focusing on the relationship between animation and live action. She studied Architecture at Università di Roma “La Sapienza”, working in the meantime as animator for Italian Underground Komics, project which was sponsored by ‘’XL’’ and under David Vecchiato’s supervision.
In 2010 she moves to LA to do an MFA at California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) in Experimental Animation. In 2011, her 2D work, “H&S”, is shown at the ‘’Santa Fe Art Colony Open Studios’’ hosted by the Los Angeles Institute for Experimentation (LIE) and in numerous public screenings in Europe. Her final year work “FOCUS” which combines animation and live action, was screened at ‘’The Roy Edna Disney / CalArts Theatre’’ (REDCAT) for the CalArts Experimental Animation Showcase del 2014, at the Mammoth Lakes Festival (CA), Expotoons International Film Festival (ARG), Visionaria (IT) and Blow-Up International Festival dell’Arthouse Film nel 2015. She now lives and works in Rome.