INDUSTRY EVENTS

20th November (Wednesday)


Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza
Hala przemysłowa WO, ul. Reymonta 23 s. 19

12 p.m.
Presentation of Senster
Led by: Anna Olszewska

We present a cybernetic sculpture by Edward Ihnatowicz called SENSTER. This piece belongs to the classical works of media art. It was made in 1968 and was for many years considered gone missing. Members of the RE:SENSTER team found the remains of the original and brought them back to AGH University of science and Technology in Krakow, where in 2017 work to restore the sculpture began. Edward Ihnatowicz`s premise was the creation of a sculpture which would react with physical movement to the presence of people. He also decided that this soft and organic movement would contrast with the weight and size of the work. In this way a 5-meter tall sceleton was made. The steel sculpture was able to move smoothly thanks to synchronised activity of six actuators.


21st November (Thursday)


Małopolska Garden of Arts
Rajska 12
Small Screening Room

2 p.m.
Watch and buy me! Animated film series and toy industry
Led by: Konrad Sierzputowski

Animated protagonists have been moving to reality beyond the film almost since the onset of the art of moving images. From the naughty cat Felix to dwellers of Disney`s universum to Japanese adult animations. Everywhere the adventures of animated protagonists fire viewers` imagination, the market also finds a place to make animation real through toys.


22nd November (Friday)


Małopolska Garden of Arts
Rajska 12
Small Screening Room

10 a.m.
Do you have a project? Present it with a smile (1st part)
Led by: Anna Szczerbińska

12 p.m.
Can a commercial be a film etude? Or how to tell a story with a brand in the background
Papaya Young Directors Workshops 2019

Led by: Marta Frączek

We invite you to meet the representatives of the competition for young filmmakers Papaya Young Directors. We will be discussing advertising you don`t know – corageous, film-like, unstereotypical. The type required from young artists full of ideas. The meeting will be led by Marta Frączek – a member of the board and the jury of the commpetition, and she will say how to get through to the world of advertising.

3 p.m.
IAM presents # Polish Icons
Led by: Grzegorz Skorupski

This animated series produced by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute was created by several Polish animation studios, all being members of the Polish Animation Producers Association. The series comprises four episodes. Each episode revolves around a different icon of Polish culture: Ignacy Jan Paderewski - a pianist, composer and the first Polish prime minister after the WWI, Tamara Łempicka - an Art Deco painter, Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz, commonly known as Witkacy - a writer, painter, philosopher, theorist, playwright, novelist, and photographer, as well as the Lwów School of Mathematics - a group of mathematicians from Lviv active in the interwar period, whose works strongly influenced the development of fundamental directions in the field.

PAUZA
Stolarska 5/3 Pasaż Bielaka

3 p.m.
MORE LIGHT?
Meeting with Heliograf
New challenges, new ideas, new time

National Museum in Krakow, Main Building – the Samurai Room
Al. 3 Maja 1

11 a.m.
SFP Animated Film Forum
Director – producer relationship and the quality of animated film

23rd November (Saturday)


Małopolska Garden of Arts
Rajska 12
Large Screening Room

9 a.m.
Do you have a project? Present it with a smile (2nd part)
Led by: Anna Szczerbińska

Małopolska Garden of Arts
Rajska 12
Small Screening Room

5 p.m.
Interactivity at Aardman
Led by: Neil Pymer

Neil Pymer is a creative director at the diverse and innovative interactive department at Aardman. He will be talking about some of the projects at Aardman that you may not be familiar with and the company’s creative direction now and into the future. There will also be a screening of some short films and content from around the company.

24th November (Sunday)


Małopolska Garden of Arts
Rajska 12
Small Screening Room

11 a.m.
Conference of rectors and representatives of European film and art schools: Promotion and distribution of students` etudes and graduation films outside film schools and community

With the participation of, among others, Lodz Film School, Konrad Wolf Film University Babelsberg from Postdam and Szinház-es Filmművészeti Egyetem from Budapest.