3D Wire travels to Manila together with Bridging the Gap, we will offer a conference on the synergies between animation and video games and we will bring closer the Spanish and Asian industry.
The Philippine animation festival Animahenasyon
Bridging the Gap (BTG) Animation Lab transforms Manila into a laboratory for animation students and professionals wishing to create projects under the tutelage of industry experts during a three-day workshop from November 23 to 25 that combines lectures and individual meetings.
The Philippine edition of BTG Animation Lab features four internationally-recognized Spanish experts whose contribution includes holding lectures and activities geared towards bringing closer European, particularly Spanish, animation to the general public and professionals in the Philippines and Asia.
Heading these experts is Guillermo García Carsi (creator of Pocoyo), who shares his expertise in creating animated characters with personality. Joining him is Paco Rodríguez (executive producer of seven feature films with Filmax Animation, currently runs Media Training & Consulting) who offers his know-how on creating strong and successful production. Guadalupe Arensburg, Head of Short Films Acquisition Department of Movistar+ España, takes part with a lecture on acquisition and co-production of short films in Movistar+ as well as on the panorama of short films in the European market. For his part, 3D Wire director José Luis Farias discusses synergies between video games and animation.
Apart from Bridging the Gap it will also be screened the program From Doodles to Pixels: Over a Hundred Years of Spanish Animation comes.