In collaboration with: FMAIV – Fédération des métiers de l’animation et de l’image virtuelle
Price: Free entrance, subject to availability.
Venue: Festival Headquarters, Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain
A chance for the general public to discover Luxembourg’s animation sector.
Over the course of this afternoon, the Federation of Animation Professions and Virtual Images (FMAIV – Fédération des métiers de l’animation et de l’image virtuelle) will introduce several of the professions present in Luxembourg’s vibrant and globally renowned animation sector. Participants will get to meet several animators and directors from local studios who are going to present their craft and projects they are currently involved in.
- 3.30 pm
3D Character Modelling
Nächst Statioun (Zeilt Productions), co-directed by Sarah Sutter and Frédéric Wedeux
- 4.00 pm
2D Backgrounds for Feature Films
Where is Anne Frank (Doghouse Films), with Patrick Sadzot (backgrounds designer) and François Spreutels (set decorator)
- 4.30 pm
Animation and 2D Backgrounds for Feature Films
Mélusine Productions & Studio 352, with Nicolas Debray (animator), Gilles Rudziak (animator) and Pascal Gérard (set decorator)
- 5.00 pm
3D Animation for Feature Films
Ooops! The Adventure continues… (Fabrique d’Images), co-directed by Toby Genkel and Sean McCormack
- 5.30 pm
Volumetric Rendering in 3D and Virtual Reality
with Benigno Pérez (Visual Effects Designer)
- 6.00 pm
Open Forum for discussions and informal exchanges between the public and the professionals
The Federation of Animation Professions and Virtual Images (FMAIV)
The Federation was founded in 2015 to defend and promote the animation and virtual images sector in Luxembourg and abroad. Through meetings, talks and training courses, the federation equips its members with new skills, and supports the sector to be as efficient and organised as possible. The federation aims to develop a sector that promotes high quality work and whose professionals, artists and technicians are listened to and encouraged. As a growing field of economic and cultural activity, the federation believes it’s important to develop the talents and opportunities that contribute to Luxembourg’s international renown for excellent animated productions.