International Animation Festival - Hiroshima 2014

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International Animation Festival - Hiroshima 2014

Post by Elodie » 21 Aug 2014, 12:54

Some images and comments from Hiroshima 2014 !

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The entrance to the festival !

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The TVPaint booth with Japanese Kakemono and 2 Cintiq tablets loaned by Wacom (thank you Mr. Todoroki Yasuhiro !) : 22" and 24".

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A paper bin made by our translator, Naomiki Sato. We are welcoming people with French candies ! :)

Other pictures will come ! :)
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Re: International Animation Festival - Hiroshima 2014

Post by Sewie » 21 Aug 2014, 15:56

Looks rather like corporate convention than an animation festival from here.
But good look, guys, I hope you'll do good business!

Btw, the partnership with Wacom seems to be picking up pace doesn't it? Rightly so, because TVP and the Cintiq are made for each other, I think.
And it's great that you had that bundle with the Cintiq Companion Hybrid.
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Re: International Animation Festival - Hiroshima 2014

Post by Fabrice » 21 Aug 2014, 16:48

Sewie wrote:Looks rather like corporate convention than an animation festival from here.
But good look, guys, I hope you'll do good business!
It's a 30 years old festival with a competition, many screenings, people visiting from the whole planet, students, schools, independant film makers, jury, etc ...
But when we work on a booth, we can not have enough time to grab many pictures of the festival itself. ;)
Here are the previous years reports, so you can have a better idea about it :
Hiroshima 2010
Hiroshima 2012
(no pictures from cinema rooms : we usually just never have the time to view any screening : too much people want to try TVPaint in Japanese on a Cintiq !)
Btw, the partnership with Wacom seems to be picking up pace doesn't it? Rightly so, because TVP and the Cintiq are made for each other, I think.
And it's great that you had that bundle with the Cintiq Companion Hybrid.
At the moment, it's unfortunately limited to France, Swiss, Belgium and Luxembourg.
We try to expand the bundle to many places in Europe, US and Asia.
We are in touch with many Wacom representatives from various countries, so we will keep you informed as soon as possible about the bundle extension.
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Re: International Animation Festival - Hiroshima 2014

Post by Elodie » 22 Aug 2014, 13:31

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Lappy (Hiroanim's mascot) and I :)

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People from a Japanese studio with Claudine and Naomiki, our nice translator.

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Yes, pictures are forbidden, but everybody is taking pictures, so... :roll:

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At the "competition films 2" screening.

We even met Mr. Suga from Wacom Osaka, it was a real pleasure, and I hope this meeting will be the beginning of a new strong partnership with Wacom Japan, equivalent to the one we have with Wacom France ! :D

Special bonus : animation made by a young lady within 20 minutes, while she has never touched TVPaint before !
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Post by Fabrice » 22 Aug 2014, 14:27

Special bonus : animation made by a young lady within 20 minutes, while she has never touched TVPaint before !
funny, how old was she ?
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Post by Elodie » 22 Aug 2014, 14:38

Hard to say, but a teenage, for sure. Maybe around 14 ?
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Post by Sewie » 23 Aug 2014, 09:55

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I like the hat. :D
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Re: International Animation Festival - Hiroshima 2014

Post by Elodie » 24 Aug 2014, 05:39

Thank you ;)

Here are some other drawings and animations :
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A new animated brush with 287 drawings that you can see in action thanks to the drawing recorder.
Click to watch !
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By a 7 years old boy
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Lappy, quickly drawn by a professional lady in few seconds.
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Little cat
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Re: International Animation Festival - Hiroshima 2014

Post by Elodie » 24 Aug 2014, 13:28

In competition today (and made with TVPaint) :



Both were very nice, it was hard to decide for which one to vote !
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Post by Fabrice » 24 Aug 2014, 14:05

nice to discover new films made with TVPaint :)
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Re: International Animation Festival - Hiroshima 2014

Post by CLO » 25 Aug 2014, 00:19

More and more students and professionals come and visit the TVPaint booth !
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Re: International Animation Festival - Hiroshima 2014

Post by Elodie » 25 Aug 2014, 13:36

Last pictures from Hiroshima Festival from me (then, I will enjoy my well deserved holidays in Tokyo 8) )

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Spoiler : :
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Lappy's dance made with TVPaint on a Cintiq 24HD. Working with these tablets are so comfortable, I understand why animators lust after Cintiqs :D
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Claudine with Inni Karine, a jury member who works with the famous Michel Ocelot (Kirkikou, Prince and Princess, Azur and Asmar...).
It looks like she really appreciated TVPaint :D

I'll let Claudine post some other pictures, as she had the opportunity to see the closing ceremony and the competition results.
(I cross my fingers especially for Kari and Sonia / Mathias ! To bad we could not met again before I leave).

I would like to thank all the kind people from the festival who did the best job I have ever seen from all festivals I had the chance to attend.
They were very kind and helpful, always concerned to give us a hand when we needed so.

I would like to thank as well Todoroki-san and Suga-san fro Wacom Japan for they kindness and their support. Having 2 Cintiq at our booth was very handy and our own Cintiq Hybrid was very appreciated by Japanese and Gaijin.
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Re: International Animation Festival - Hiroshima 2014

Post by CLO » 26 Aug 2014, 15:20

Yesterday was the last day of Hiroshima Animation Festival.

A last day with new meetings and demonstrations !
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A "kawai" drawing made by a teacher on the Companion Cintiq
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But also a last day with the Closing Ceremony and the Competition results !
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the jokes of Lappy
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A full audience
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The Jury and Honorary President, Bruno Bozetto
A very emotional ceremony with first, a minute of silence for the victims of the landslides...

Then with a lot of beautiful prizes and overjoyed winners !

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Grand Prize :

The bigger Picture

Directed by: Daisy Jacobs



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Hiroshima Prize :

Symphony No.42

Directed by: Réka Bucsi
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Réka Bucsi receiving her prize


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Debut Prize :

Boles

Directed by: Spela Cadez
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Spela Cadez receiving her prize
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Renzo Kinoshita Prize :

Choir Tour

Directed by: Edmunds Jansons



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Audience Prize :

No time for toes

Directed/Distributed by: Kari Pieskä



Made in TVPaint !!!!!!!!!
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Kari Pieskä on stage !

Special International Jury Prize

Lonely Bones

Directed/Produced by: Rosto




Man on the chair
Directed by: Dahee Jeong



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Dahee Jeong receiving her prize
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Baths
Directed by: Tomek Ducki
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Tomek Ducki receiving his prize



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PIK PIK PIK
Directed by: Dmitry Visotsky

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Phantom Limb
Directed/Produced by: Alex Grigg




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Non-euclidean geometry
Directed by: Skirmanta Jakaite and Solveiga Masteikaite

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Special Prize

Fugue for cello, trumpet and landscape

Directed/Produced/Distributed by: Jerzy Kucia

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5 Meters 80
Directed by: Nicolas Deveaux




The Clockmakers
Directed by: Renaud Hallée




The Wound
Directed by: Anna Budanova

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Astigmatismo
Directed/Produced by: Nicolai Troshinsky




The Beast
Directed by: Vladimir Mavounia-Kouka




If anyone knows if any of those other films were made in TVPaint, please let us know, thank you !

The last word to Sayoko Kinoshita, festival director, with the rewarded directors
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After the ceremony, the party !
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Almost no food !!!
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Our translator Naomiki with two Japanese interested by TVPaint
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Kari Pieskä on full sketch signing
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Paul Fletcher from Victorian College in Melbourne takes pictures of Sayoko and Jerzy Kucia !

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Re: International Animation Festival - Hiroshima 2014

Post by Sewie » 27 Aug 2014, 10:44

Looks like you had a good time. And nice to see that TVP is so well received, both software and films!
Thanks for sharing.
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Re: International Animation Festival - Hiroshima 2014

Post by kariP » 28 Aug 2014, 10:30

Elodie, I met Claudine and Naomiki and they said you had to leave to travel, it would've been nice to meet you again! Next time then..
The closing party was good, I had to do so many drawings that I almost didn't have time to eat and drink. :D And I'm not used to do this, so most of the drawings were horrible!
The festival was great and you seemed to do very good work. I hear around that a lot of people are very interested. I was also doing some unintentional promoting, just because it came in the discussion. And because it was easy. Heh!

Good luck and thanks for the photos!
(btw, I think this word, overjoyed, seems to fit my photo - i look a little bit too happy:)
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