© 2016 Robert Valley. All Rights Reserved.
Meet Oscar-Nominated Robert Valley
From Graphic Novels to Music Videos & Short Films
Online reservations close at midnight on Friday July 7.
Only a few tickets left!!!
From writing to animating to directing, Vancouver’s Robert Valley does it all. His latest independent film, Pear Cider & Cigarettes oozes coolness and is a very personal story about Robert and his friend Techno, was recently nominated for an Oscar.
How did he do it? Find out about this and much much more about this amazing artist and his distinctive stylings in this very special Canada 150 Animation presentation.
||Saturday, July 8 @ 1:30 pm (doors open at 1 pm)
||$10 // Groups (5+): $7*
* Group pricing only available through on-line advance sales
Admission includes GST.
||Vancouver Film School
420 Homer Street
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Check out Robert Valley’s latest work online:
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NEW: The Visual Effects of Wonder Woman
The box office has made its ruling, and the verdict is clear. You can’t keep a wonderful woman down. Not only is Wonder Woman breaking box office records, but it’s a runaway success with moviegoers and critics alike. Yes, that “Amazing Amazon”, the “Spirit of Truth”, the “Goddess of Love and War”, our beloved Wonder Woman is lassoing the affections of audiences worldwide.
But Wonder Woman has broken ground in more ways than fans realize. With supervisor roles in the VFX industry dominated by men, Wonder Woman truly is a symbol of female power. The first big female-led superhero movie in years, and the first helmed by a female director, Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman is inspiring our perceptions of womanhood and power. As well, it has allowed the wonderful women of VFX to showcase their skills with the very personification of women’s empowerment.
Please join us as CG Supervisor Zoe Cranley and 2D Supervisor Brian Connor discuss the creative and technical challenges behind Double Negative’s work on Wonder Woman.
||Wednesday, July 12 @ 7:30 pm (doors open at 7 pm)
||$10 (incl. GST)
||Roundhouse Community Art & Recreational Centre
181 Roundhouse Mews (@ corner Pacific & Davie)
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Still Time to Submit to SPARK ANIMATION 2017!
This year, SPARK ANIMATION 2017 runs from October 26 to 29, and whether you're an independent filmmaker, a big studio, or a student, we want your projects!
SPARK ANIMATION is proud of the diversity of projects it receives and programs, and every effort is made to ensure a blend of traditional and CG animation. Be it a commercial or PSA, music video or experimental project, personal story or a game cinematic, we want them all!
Regular submission deadline is September 1, 2017 while the extended deadline is September 11, 2017.
For additional submission guidelines, information and to submit your project, visit our FilmFreeway festival page.
In 2016, we received nearly 800 submissions representing over 60 countries. Help us spread SPARK ANIMATION further by sharing the submission page with friends, colleagues and on social media! Don't forget to hashtag your posts #SPARK2017!
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