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Making an Experimental Stop Motion Film with Owen Klatte

Details

Date:
January 18
Thursday
Time:
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Organizer

Hosted By:
Nice Moves
Email:
letsgettogether@nicemoves.org

Venue

Location:
Canadian Pacific Plaza
120 South 6th St
Minneapolis, MN 55402 United States

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Join us on Jan 18th as Director Owen Klatte discusses the creative risks and rewards of making a short experimental film, using his latest award-winning stop motion film “Of Wood.” This madman, ahem, animator, has made a film entirely out of a stump of wood, carefully carving away layers over many years.

So come, eat free pizza, mingle, and then hear more about how he approached this challenge and his journey throughout his 25+ year career!

A little more about the speaker:

Owen Klatte is an animator and director in both stop motion and CG. His credits include “The Nightmare Before Christmas”, “Gumby”, “James and the Giant Peach”, Disney’s “Dinosaur”, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1”, “Anomalisa”, and his recent personal film, “Of Wood”.

Make sure you RSVP through this eventbrite, as tickets, pizza, and precious seats are limited.

Schedule

6:00 – Hello! ๐Ÿ‘‹ Pizza/Mingle Time

6:30 – Nice Moves Announcements

6:35 – Presentation ft. Owen Klatte + Q&A

7:15 – More Mingle Time!

8:30 – Bye ๐Ÿ‘‹

Parking & Entry

There’s a range of parking ramps downtown and some street parking after 6. Enter through the 6th street doors- someone will let you in, as the building naturally locks at 6, so don’t use the 7th street door! Head to the first floor lounge on the left where people are mingling.

COVID-19 Guidelines

https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/prevention.html

Please follow the MN state guidelines.

About Nice Moves

Nice Moves is an organization that aims to elevate Minnesota to become a vital part of the larger Animation, Design, and Visual Effects Industry. Our work focuses on providing resources and assistance to local artists and studios. Our goals are to retain local talent, attract new talent, and show the world that great creative work grows in the Midwest.