ALL FREE!!!! But you need to register. Festival Office 663 7126
WEDNESDAY 30TH SEPTEMBER
10AM: OFFICIAL PRESS LAUNCH NALIS P.O.S. 10 AM
Animae Caribe Animation and New Media Festival 2009 Official Opening and Press Launch.
12-2PM: FEATURE WORKSHOP SESAME STREET WORKSHOP
Sesame Street Odin Dupeyron puppeteer shares some of Sesame Street magic with the audience.
2-4PM: NALIS CARIBBEAN ANIMATION SCREENING - National Library AV Rm P.O.S.
Caribbean and World animation featuring shorts from Brazil, Cuba, Jamaica, St Lucia, Barbados
Venezuela, Argentina, Russia.
4-6PM:CANADIAN ANIMATION SCREENING NALIS AV Room P.O.S.
Mike Valliquette Canadian Animation Resources is presents Canadaian animation shorts.
5.30PM LATIN AMERICAN ANIMATION SCREENING Department of Festival & Creative Arts Gordon Street, University of the West Indies. Featuring shorts from Latin America premiering the feature length animated film from Spain ‘LA CRISIS CARNIVORA’
6:30PM: CELEBRATING CANADIAN ANIMATION - Toon Boom Animation Canada in collaboration with the High Commission of Canada to Trinidad and Tobago Cocktail Reception. (Invitations only)
THURSDAY 1ST OCTOBER
9-11AM FEATURE PRESENTATION - PETER DELUCA DISNEY STUDIOS Hyatt Hotel Jade Rm.
At Walt Disney Studios Peter he has worked on ‘Pocahontas’, ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’, ‘Mulan’, ‘Lilo and Stitch’, ‘Brother Bear’ & others. His latest work is “Princess & the Frog” due for release in December.
11.15-1PM TRADITIONAL ANIMATION WORKSHOP A RORIGUEZ CUBA Hyatt Hotel Jade Rm
A demonstration workshop on traditional animation, also referred to as classical animation, cel animation. Currently a freelancer in Cuba Alex also studied drawing and painting at art school Cuba. Alex has over 12 years experience.
10AM - 2PM MOVIE TOWNE CARIBBEAN ANIMATION SCREENING: Caribbean and World animation featuring shorts from Trinidad and Tobago Brazil, Cuba, Jamaica, St Lucia, Barbados, Venezuela, Russia.
12–2.30 PM NALIS ANIMATION SCREENING National Library AV Rm P.O.S
Latin American Animation featuring Cuba, Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela and Spain
3PM – 4PM THE ANANSI MISSION - PART 2 NALIS National Library Theatre P.O.S.
Presentations & discussions about the Anansi World initiative. Featuring Dr. Mirto Lacle Linguistic and Literature Professor at Instituto Pedagogico Aruba. Compa Nanzi: a chronotopical journey, from Ghana to the Caribbean-including the Guyana's with a focus on Aruba.
8PM STUDIO FILM CLUB ANIMATION SCREENING 8PM Building 7, Fernandes Compound, Laventille.
ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART STUDENT SCREENING The Royal College of Art is one of Europe’s most
prestigious art institutions. Q&A with RCA Student Maryam Moyaher (Iran)
MEXICAN FEATURE FILM ‘La Leyanda de la Nahuala’ – Q&A with Director.
This epic animation is based on Mexican mythology and folklore.
FRIDAY 2ND OCTOBER
9AM-230PM UTT ANIMATION STUDENT DAY OMEARA CAMPUS
CHALK ART, EXPO AND WORKSHOPS
6.30PM ANIMAE CARIBE SALUTES YOUNG PIONEERS IN ART The Corner Bar - Ariapita Avenue P.O.S.
ANIMATION, MUSIC, POETRY, FASHION The ‘Octopus Award’ “Octy,” as she is often referred to, was created in order to salute the young creative dynamic talent we have in the Caribbean. We are inviting young artists to help transform the sidewalk of Corner Bar Ariapita with chalk art starting from 4.30 pm
SATURDAY 3RD OCTOBER
10AM – 12 THE WAPOS BAY EXPERIENCE Hyatt Jade Room
Aboriginal North American (Metis) Cam Lizotte Animation Director and Dennis Jackson creator and writer discuss their award winning stop motion animation TV Series ‘WAPOS BAY’ based on their aboriginal traditional folklore and stories. The audience will be given the opportunity to handle some props and models from the production.
8PM CLOSING PARTY & ANANSI PILOT LAUNCH Hyatt Jade Rm
Animae Caribe Annual Award Gala Night featuring Live Band 12 the Band. 5 Awards for distribution and the screening the Trailer for ‘The Anansi Chronicles’ the Caribbean’s first animated Children Television Series. (Invitation only)
ALL FREE CALL 663 - 7126 FOR REGISTRATION