The Cass is delighted to announce that Oscar winning Animator Suzie Templeton will be in Conversation with Mark Collington course leader of BA (Hons) Animation.
Date: 20 April 2014
Suzie Templeton is an Oscar-winning writer and director specialising in stop-motion animation. Her films include the Academy Award-winning 'Peter and the Wolf' (2006), the Bafta-winning 'Dog' (2001), and 'Stanley' (1999).
Animation Course Leader Mark Collington will open the evening with a short presentation on animation and narrative
, featuring preproduction work by animation students for a live project for the Museum of London. Following the screening of an excerpt from Templeton's 'Peter & The Wolf' she will discuss her work with Mark and take questions from the audience.
The event is free but you must book a place here
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