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Screen Skills Ireland launch Lunchtime Talk Series, ‘WolfWalkers: The Exhibition’
15 Jan 2021 : News Desk
Screen Skills Ireland have announced they are supporting a series of online talks exploring the inspiration and creation of Cartoon Saloon’s latest film WolfWalkers.

The Lunchtime Talk Series will take place over seven weeks, delivered by speakers involved in the making of the extraordinary feature animation and will be delivered by The Butler Gallery, with additional support from Animation Skillnet.

Registration is free for all the talks in this series and they will be made available on The Butler Galley’s YouTube Channel.

January 20, 1-2pm:
WolfWalkers – Storytelling into Film

Irish storytelling is at the heart of WolfWalkers. This talk explores the influence of Irish stories, and how scripts are developed from initial ideas into fantastical visuals. A unique opportunity to meet Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart, Creative Directors of the film and Will Collins, screenwriter.

Register here

January 27, 1-2pm:
A Director’s Perspective

Assistant Director of WolfWalkers Mark Mullery gives fascinating insights into the making of the film and talks about his role in the weaving of multiple creative strands into a final product for the big screen.

Register here

February 3, 1-2pm:
The Producers Perspective

Producers Paul Young and Katja Schumann outline what it takes to get a film like WolfWalkers from ideas stage to development to final green light. An industry insight into how producers support a film’s creation and completion.

Register here

February 10, 1-2pm:
Meet the WolfWalkers Characters

Every film needs heroes and villains. Character Designer Sandra Andersen and Animation Supervisor Svend Rothmann Bonde discuss character development and how personalities are brought to life from initial concept designs to finished animation.

Register here

February 17, 1-2pm:
Researching the world of the WolfWalkers

What might Kilkenny in the 1640s look and feel like? How does the landscape design help to tell the film’s story? Join Maria Pareja to hear about the research undertaken that developed the film’s art direction.

Register here

February 24, 1-2pm:
Bringing it all Together

Animation, storyboarding, backgrounds, characters – how does it all come together? Layout artist on WolfWalkers, Grainne Rose Fordham discusses the role in bringing various creative elements together to create the final 3D film. Grainne is Artist-in-Residence at Butler Gallery for the duration of the WolfWalkers: The Exhibition and discusses some of the exciting projects she has coming up as part of her time at the gallery.

Register here

March 3, 1-2pm:
Wolves in Ireland

A chance to discover more about the stars of the show! Discover the history of wolves in Ireland and the rich folklore connected to this primeval animal. Creative Directors Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart are joined in discussion with Dr Kieran Hickey, Department of Geography, UCC and author of the book Wolves in Ireland; A Natural and Cultural History.

Register here

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