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2017

 

INTERNATIONAL GUESTS 

 

NATIONAL GUESTS

 

SCREENINGS

INTERNATIONAL OFFICIAL SELECTION

Internacional Ciclo 1  Museo Tamayo (Auditorio), Viernes 1 Diciembre  de 16:00 a 17:00hrs.

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Internacional Ciclo 2 Museo Tamayo (Auditorio), Viernes 1 Diciembre  de 17:00 a 18:00hrs.

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Internacional Ciclo 3 Universidad de la Comunicación Jueves 30 Noviembre 17:00 a 18:00hrs.

Internacional Ciclo 4  Cine Tonalá, Viernes 1 Diciembre de 18:00 a 19:00hrsCosto: $45

Internacional Ciclo 5   Universidad de la Comunicación, Jueves 30 Noviembre 17:00 – 18:00

Centro Cultural de España (Sala Panorama), Viernes 1 Dic 17:00 – 18:00

Internacional Ciclo 6 Centro Cultural de España (Sala Panorama), Viernes 1 Diciembre de 19:00 a 20:00hrs.

NATIONAL OFFICIAL SELECTION

Nacional Ciclo 1    Cineteca Nacional (Foro al aire libre) Miércoles 29 de noviembre 19:00 - 20:30 hrs

 Centro Cultural de España en México Sala X, Sábado 2 de diciembre17:00 - 18:30  hrs

Ciclo Animæntary 3   Cine Tonalá, Viernes 1 Diciembre de 15:00 a 16:00hrs. Costo: $45

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ANIMÆNTARY, Animated Documentary - Official Selection

Premio ANIMÆNTARY sponsored by THE INSTITUTE. Arts and Crafts for Strategic Communication.

Ciclo Animæntary 1   Goethe-Institut Mexiko, Viernes 1 Diciembre  de 17:00 a 18:00hrs.

Ciclo Animæntary 2   Centro Cultural de España en México - Sala Panorama, Viernes 1 Diciembre  de 18:00 a 19:00hrs.

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ACADEMIC Official Selection

ACADEMIC Cycle 1 Universidad de la Comunicación (Galería), Viernes 1 Diciembre de 17:00 a 19:00 hrs.

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SPECIAL SCREENINGS

373/5000

ANIMASIVE INAUGURAL PROJECTION 2017
RETROSPECTIVE CHRIS LANDRETH
National Cineteca, Room 7
Wednesday November 29
20:30 - 22:30 hrs.

The brilliant director Chris Landreth will present a complete retrospective of his filmography for the first time in Mexico. This 3D master will take us into his particular animated universe at the opening of ANIMASIVO 2017.

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DOK Leipzig Animated documentary series
Goethe-Institut Mexiko
Thursday, November 30
5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Free admission

Animæntary, the ANIMASIVE section dedicated to the animated documentary, presents a series of films selected by the prestigious German festival DOK Leipzig.

Encuentro con Alexander Schellow

Goethe-Institut Mexiko

Auditorio

19:00 hrs

Curaduría: Lucia Cavalchini

Alexander Schellow will talk about his work process through the presentation of two of his films: Tirana and Kifissisos (world premiere)

The Little Wonders of ANIMASIVO: cycle for children



There is also a place for the little ones in ANIMASIVO. Come and enjoy!

 

Sala X

Centro Cultural de España en México

Sábado 2 de diciembre

12:00 - 13:00 horas 

Entrada Libre

Goethe-Institut Mexiko

Sábado 2 de diciembre

17:00 - 18:00 horas

Entrada Libre

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Psiconautas, los niños olvidados de Pedro Rivero y Alberto Vázquez

Proyección + Q&A Pedro Rivero

Sala X, Centro Cultural de España en México

Sábado 2 de diciembre

18:30 - 20:30 horas

Entrada libre

 

Psiconauts, the forgotten children of Pedro Rivero and Alberto Vázquez

Spain, 2015.

Psiconauts, the forgotten children is an atypical work that uses the typical iconography of the cartoon series to tell us an intense poetic and social history. In it, it is narrated the struggle of its two protagonists Birdboy and Dinki, who try to escape the asphyxiating atmosphere that is breathed on the island where they live, a place that lost all its splendor because of a terrible industrial accident.

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RETROSPECTIVA CARLOS CARRERA

Domingo 3 de diciembre

Museo Tamayo

13:00 - 14:30 horas

With seven live action films and nine animated short films, Carlos Carrera is considered one of the best directors of Mexican cinema. He started as an animator at age 12 and has written, produced and directed nine animated short films, which will be screened in this retrospective.

 

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

VISUALIZACIÓN DE DATOS CON ANIMACIÓN

Imparte Juan Camilo González

Del miércoles 29 de noviembre al viernes 1 de diciembre

Fraternidad de la Universidad de la Comunicación (Avda. México 200, Hipódromo Condesa)

10:00 - 14:00 hrs.

In the workshop, participants will learn about the tools that can transform statistical data on social issues into interactive visualizations and web animations, using an NGO database ARTICLE 19, which will refer to the murders of journalists in Mexico, respectively. This prototype will allow the following year to replicate the model having a greater scope when generating new visualizations by implementing various databases and which will allow specific comparisons on certain cases of social interest in different areas of the country.

* ARTICLE 19 is an NGO focused on the defense of freedom of expression and information.

ARQUEOLOGÍAS ANIMADAS

Prácticas documentales: Percepción, registro y memoria

Impartido por Alexander Schellow

Viernes 1 y Sábado 2 de diciembre

10:00 - 14:00 hrs.

Puebla 109 (Puebla 109, Roma Norte)

This workshop questions the structural potential of animation / documentary operations: the constructive effort necessary to link different tools of animation (not only film), its intrinsic heterogeneity, with the notion of "documentation"

This workshop proposes to share strategies, methodologies, documentation processes and presentation of micro-stories made in the urban space. The participants work according to their choice in different environments of Mexico City, focusing on particular cases, using different modes of observation-documentation and production.

MASTER CLASS and CONFERENCES

Master Class

MAKING FACES

The anatomy of the face and its behavior

Friday, December 1

12:00 - 15:00 hrs.

SAE Institute (Fernando Montes de Oca 126, Countess, corner with Zamora Street)

Free admission / Limited quota

 

Making Faces is a masterclass of Oscar®-winning animator Chris Landreth, for animators and creators of characters who want to master the art of facial animation. Since we were born, we have been programmed to see the small details of human faces. This course focuses on creating and animating faces of human characters that are "correct": realistic, credible and convincing. You will learn the alphabet of the language of human faces. This alphabet is known as FACS, the facial action coding system, developed by pioneering psychologist Paul Ekman 40 years ago, a system used by character animators and animation studios universally up to these days.

Conference
Les Gobelins, school of animation of Paris
Taught by Marec Fritzinger
Saturday, December 2
11:00 - 11:15
University of Communication (Zacatecas 120, Rome)



Art director and layout artist, Marec has spent the last 25 years working for companies such as Walt Disney Feature Animation and Universal Studios, and teaching at Les Gobelins (France) and The Animation Worshop (Denmark).

Conference
Vancouver Film School
Saturday, December 2
11:15 - 11:30
University of Communication (Zacatecas 120, Rome)



VFS began operations in January 1987 with a single class composed of 6 student film students and from there it has expanded significantly. At present, it is highly recognized in the industry through its 13 fully active specialization programs. In programs such as 3D Animation is placed in the first or second place worldwide.

Master Class

THE CINEMATOGRAPHIC SCRIPT APPLIED TO ANIMATION

Imparted by Pedro Rivero

Saturday, December 2

11:30 - 15:00 hours

University of Communication (Zacatecas 120, Rome)

 

Is an animation movie written in the same way as an actual movie?

The technical process does not determine what is written, but the graphic character can determine how it is written. Based on the scriptwriting and audiovisual language tools, we will find out how the creative procedure of an animated film can become a unique cinematographic experience.

LIVE ACTIVITIES

 

GIFMe Space

 

GIFMe Space is the national contest of animated and animated GIFs. "Dance and imagination as powerful tools of resistance"

#ImaginarEsResist

For the second time we took the GIF from its natural place, the web, to invade the walls of the public space and once again it transformed from a silent object to a sound object.

This year the call is divided into two categories: University and Open. For each one, Friday of Perreo selected a track of avant-garde producers within the tropical electronic scene.

The result will be a party in the public space, an anti mapping on one of the exterior walls of the Claustro de Sor Juana University in San Jerónimo Street of the CDMX Historical Center.

GIFMe Space will be held on Friday, December 1 with the music of EsamiPau feat. Sotomayor, Borchi and Papi Pérez. The visuals will be in charge of the Medusalab collective.

 

Awards granted by ARTURIA and by NRMAL FESTIVAL

 

Public space of San Jerónimo in the CDMX Historical Center

Friday, December 1, 2017

7:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.

Free admission

 

JURY

International Section:

Pedro Rivero

Writer, screenwriter, producer and director of film and television, graphic novelist and theater author. He was president of the Guild of Basque Writers from 2002 to 2008. He produced and co-wrote La Crisis Carnívora (2007), the first Spanish flash animation film, with thirty selections in international festivals. He is co-director, co-writer and executive producer of the short films Birdboy (2010), winner of 43 prizes, including the Goya Award for Best Animation Short Film 2012, and Blood of Unicorn (2013) which won twenty-six prizes and more than one hundred and fifty selections in international festivals. He was nominated for the Goya Award for Best Animation Short Film 2015.

 

Naomi Uman

Experimental filmmaker and American visual artist whose work "is marked by his firm of aesthetics made by hand, often shooting, processing and editing his films with the most rudimentary practices." His award-winning films have been widely screened at major international festivals, as well as at the Guggenheim Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City.

 

Christian Bermejo

Responsible for the program, content and guests at Pixelatl Festival and IdeaToon Summit. Founder of Tweenbox. Experience as a producer in television, short films, transmedia and art for stop motion. Coordinator with Pixelatl of the "Focus on Mexican Animation" at the Annecy Festival 2015. Animation writer at Cartoon Brew, EnFilme and Puppets & Clay Fanzine. Collaborates with Stan Winston School of Character Arts with subtitles and translation for Latam. Voice in 3D Wire Segovia, Macabre Film Festival, La Matatena Festival and Locomotion.

National Section:

Carlos Carrera

He made his first animated short films at age 12, with a Super 8 that was borrowed, and in these short films he uses plasticine dolls that he makes. He studied Communication Sciences at the Universidad Iberoamericana specializing in film. He entered the Cinematographic Training Center and made several animated short films. Before becoming the important fiction filmmaker that he is today, he worked in cartoon since the eighties. He was one of the few who achieved national notoriety through animation (Mala yerba never bites, 1988), especially in the nineties and in particular by El héroe (1993), which won the Palme d'Or at Cannes in 1994 and was transformed into one of the most successful Mexican films of all time. After El héroe, Mexican animation experienced a period of relative splendor. He is also the author of celebrated fiction and other animated films: Sin sostén (1998) and De raíz (2004).

His first fiction feature film was La mujer de Benjamín (1990), which obtains the first place in the contest of prime operas called by the CCC. His feature film Un embrujo (1998), receives the Silver Shell for Best Photography at the San Sebastian Festival, and was nominated for 17 Arieles, winning in the categories of Direction, Art Design, Atmosphere, Set Design, Costumes, Photography , Adapted Film Screenplay, Actress and Actor

 

Luna Marán

Degree in Audiovisual Arts from the University of Guadalajara: photographer, producer, director and cultural manager. It develops audiovisual projects in an integral way production, training and exhibition, under the seal of La Cooperativa Audiovisual (2009), La Calenda Audiovisual A.C. (2012), Blue Witch (2015), Guelatao Agenda (2016), Too and Becu Cinema (2017). Co-founder of the Itinerant Audiovisual Campaign and the Here Cinema Community Cinema Network, where Communality and Gender Equality are working as transversal axes.

 

Arcangelo Constantini

multimedia artist and independent curator who develops work of experimental playful nature linked to technology, highly influenced by the fortuitous and chaotic processes of the city that are reflected in the orderly and systematic use of the aesthetics of error. Collector of post-use technologies, which validates and integrates his work as a natural de-construction of technological phenomena that resignifies in the context of art. Its recent developments involve the rethinking of energy processes contextualized in the inductive capacity of the processes involved in the social environment and its environmental relationship.

Constantini's artistic practice has explored dynamic visual and sound works, where he makes use of obsolete technology, has made installations, carried out action-propaganda, sound visual performances, hardware hacking, physical computing, sound art and Net Art.

Animated Documentary Section:

Jacaranda Strap

Collaborator of Channel 22, director and producer of 5 documentary feature films. "Morir de Pie", his first feature, won the 2011 Guadalajara Film Festival prize among more than 15 international awards. He currently coordinates Visión Periférica on Canal22, the first program to spread the documentary genre in Mexico. Director of LAB22, Laboratorio de Experimentación Digital, the first platform in Mexico to experiment with audiovisual content, particularly with interactive documentary.

 

Juan Camilo González

Independent animator working at the intersection between traditional cartoon and emerging web technologies. He studied at the undergraduate degree in visual arts at the Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, an MA in animation from the University of Southern California in the United States and a PhD from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

His work is divided between the production of artistic animation, creative programming, academic research and initiatives in curatorship. He is currently a professor at the Faculty of Arts of the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, he is also co-director of the Moebius Animación group dedicated to the dissemination and research of Latin American animation.

In recent years his work is focused on the visualization of data with animation as a strategy to approach the animated documentary.

 

Carlos Gamboa

He studied Visual Arts in the ENAP. Scholar of Young Creators in 2006. He published, together with the Multiple Media Seminar, the Illustrated Compendium of Living Knowledge.

Founder of the animation collective Viumasters with whom he made the animations of the documentary film The Missing Stone. He directed the animated short films Xochimilco 1914, Las Fugitivas de Überwasser and Ollin 85.

He is currently part of the theater group Las Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol.

University Section:

Raimund Krumme

Independent animation filmmaker and director of commercials for Acme Filmworks in Los Angeles. He has directed the animated shorts Ropedancers, Spectators, Crossroads, Passage and The Message, which have won international prizes including the Prix du Jury in Annecy, the Bundesfilmpreis-Filmband gold (Bonn), Silver Dragon (Krakow) and Grand Prix for animation ( Montreal).
He has been a teacher at the University of Minas Gerais, Brazil, the California Institute of the Arts and the KHM (Academy of Media Arts of Cologne).

 

Tzutzumatzin Soto

Specialist in filing processes and conceptualization of audiovisual heritage. He has advised file rescue projects. He collaborates in the interinstitutional film cataloging working group together with IMCINE, CCC and Filmoteca de la UNAM. In 2013 he organized the Encounter of Research Experiences Dr. José María Luis Mora. She is currently the Head of the Department of Videographic and Iconographic Collection of the National Cineteca.

 

Canek Zapata

Textual artist who explores the intelligibility and materiality of images through their nature as a code and their existence as a pixel. His artistic practice usually has a predilection for error, loop narrative and hyperlinks.

His work has been exhibited at Future Art Fair 2015 and Border Cultural Center. He collaborated with the GIFs for Horacio Warpola's Methadron projects. He was one of the winners of the first edition of GIFMe Space.

 

VENUES

Avda. México Coyoacán 389, Xoco

Rep. Guatemala 18, Centro.

Donceles 97, Centro

Tonalá 43, Roma Norte

Fernando Montes de Oca 126, Condesa. esquina con calle Zamora

Galería: Zacatecas120, Roma Norte

Fraternidad UC: Avda. México 200 Hipódromo Condesa

Cine Tonalá

Tonalá 261, Roma Sur

P°de la Reforma51,

Bosque de Chapultepec

San Jerónimo, Centro

Nsfwhale

Studio Horse, EUA, 2016, La caza de ballenas empeora cuando un intrépido capitán y su pequeña tripulación se enfrentan con un mal mucho más antiguo.