Carrefour du Cinéma d’Animation: Discover the collective work in which LISAA students participated
Once again this year, LISAA took part in the Carrefour du Cinéma d’Animation event, which gives pride of place to French animation schools and the know-how of their students.
LISAA at the heart of Carrefour du Cinéma d’Animation 2019
Each year, the Carrefour du Cinéma d’Animation invites 10 animated cinema schools to be part of its programme, offering unique exposure to young talents. It is an opportunity to showcase students’ work and learn more about animation training.
For this latest event, the Carrefour du Cinéma d’Animation has once again showcased projects carried out by LISAA Animation & Video Games students. This year, two films made by graduates were screened at the Forum des Images and four students took part in the "Animated Exquisite Corpse" organised by the festival.
A collective work
Around 60 students from 10 animated film schools gathered together in front of the audience to create a collective animated work. Among them were Robin Churlet and Alisa Igityan, third-year 2-D Animation Bachelor’s students, Lucile Le Trouher, second-year 2-D Animation Bachelor’s student and Léopold Vives, second-year 2-D/3-D Animation Bachelor’s student.
Using the technique of their choice, they started with the original design created by the duo Vincent Patar and Stéphane Aubier (patrons of this year’s event), who follow on from Richard Williams and his pink panther.
The result of the animated exquisite corpse was presented at the closing evening, in the presence of the teams and the two patrons.