Hands On Workshop

 

Join us for behind the scenes workshop on Stop Motion!!

  • 300,000 Clicks Of A Camera: How LAIKA Makes An Animated FilmClick for video
    Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes of a major stop-motion production? Join Mark Shapiro from LAIKA, the Hillsboro, Oregon-based animation studio. Mark will take us through the comprehensive handmade process that has created three Oscar-nominated feature films: Coraline (2009), ParaNorman (2012) and The Boxtrolls (2014). Building entire worlds by hand, piece by piece, learn how LAIKA creates life, in 24 frames per second.
  • ABOUT LAIKA:
    Celebrating its tenth anniversary, Oregon-based LAIKA is an animation studio specializing in feature films. Travis Knight serves as President and CEO of the company, which is owned by Nike co-founder and Chairman Philip H. Knight. Highlighting the artistry of award-winning filmmakers, designers and animators, LAIKA has produced three Oscar-nominated stop-motion movies: Coraline (2009), ParaNorman (2012) and The Boxtrolls (2014) as well as the all-CG short Moongirl (2005). The studio’s fourth feature, Kubo and the Two Strings, will premiere in theaters worldwide on August 19, 2016.

     We are offering 2 wonderful workshops. 

  • One is for STUDENTS ONLY who have registered with their schools and the second is open to the public.

 

STUDENTS ONLY WORKSHOP- TBA***


FOR STUDENT RESERVATIONS CONTACT outreach@gsff.org


GSFF PUBLIC WORKSHOP

 

  • We highly recommend purchasing a weekend pass as it provides more access than the single screening block ticket.  
  • Weekend Passes give you free entrance to all events except the Awards Dinner ($125 ticket). 

Weekend Pass entitles bearer to all regular events March 30 – April 2, 2017 including Friday Night Gala Cocktail Party and first screening, ALL regular screening events throughout the weekend, Professional Panel Discussions, and more.

 
 *Again, The weekend pass DOES NOT INCLUDE Awards Dinner on Sunday night.  Separate tickets may be purchased for that through this site.