Mar 30 | 16:00—17:30 | Lecture
Successful Animated Films Are Always Driven by Strong Characters
All stories begin and end with the characters, and our desire to support each other as we attempt to create character driven stories with broad global appeal.
Robert will share his insights and experiences from years spent in the story department, developing animated stories at the major Hollywood studio level. Included will be case studies of how the story team faced and approached problem areas they encountered. Robert will also cite examples from his years consulting on the stories for students films at CalArts, as well as his work as the Story Lab Instructor for Anomalia. Having worked in the Czech Republic, Robert has experience and sensitivity towards working with Central European filmmakers and their particular concerns.
Time will be set aside at the end for Q & A and discussion, so please feel free to send us your questions in advance (firstname.lastname@example.org).