OPEN INNOVATION Lecture by Ishu Patel
Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School of Film and New Media
OPEN INNOVATION Lecture
Ishu Patel Animation Works 1970s~
Lecturer: Ishu Patel (Animation director)
Moderator: Koji Yamamura (Department of Animation, Professor)
Organizer: Yuichi Ito (Department of Animation, Professor)
Ishu Patel gained international renown in the 1970s for his numerous short animation films produced at the National Film Board of Canada. This events features a screening of his works followed by a lecture and discussion moderated by Koji Yamamura.
March 10, 2018 (Sat)
15:30 – 16:45 Screening of short films by Ishu Patel
17:00 – 18:30 Lecture by Ishu Patel and discussion moderated by Koji Yamamura
Venue: Bashamichi Building, Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School of Film and New Media
〒231-0005 Yokohama City, Naka-ku, Honcho 4-44
Exit 5 or 7 from Bashamichi Station (Minatomirai Line)
Sponsors: Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School of Film and New Media, Yokohama City Culture and Tourism Bureau
In association with: Photo Yokohama 2018
Special Project Commemorating the 130th Anniversary of Tokyo University of the Arts
About Ishu Patel
Ishu Patel produced and directed a remarkable collection of animated short films during his twenty-five years at the National Film Board of Canada and has co-produced works with NHK and Channel Four. His many international awards include the BAFTA Award, two Oscar nominations, the Silver Bear Award at the Berlin Film Festival, Grand Prix at Annecy and Grand Prix at the World Film Festival in Montreal. He has served on the faculties of the School of Cinematic Arts, University of Southern California and Nanyang Technological University, where he established their stop motion facilities for experimental animation. He is a voting member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
About the OPEN INNOVATION Lecture Series
This Lecture Series is part of an on-going collaboration between the Department of Animation and the Yokohama City Culture and Tourism Bureau to promote local cultural development.
About the Graduate School of Film and New Media, Department of Animation
The Graduate School of Film and New Media was established in Yokohama in 2005 with the founding of the Department of Film Production, and the Department of New Media was launched the following year. The Department of Animation was established in 2008 with a practice-oriented curriculum that embraces innovative artistic expression and aims to cultivate leaders in the field.
OPEN INNOVATION Lecture Series
Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School of Film and New Media Department of Animation
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