Organiser: Film Academy Baden-Württemberg GmbH / Kinderfilmhaus Ludwigsburg, in cooperation with the Labyrinth Art School. With the kind support of the Peter Ustinov Foundation
Dates: 1 – 5 August 2016
Age group: For children aged 8-12 years
Location: Kinderfilmhaus Ludwigsburg (Aldinger Torhaus) Robert-Franck-Allee 52, 71638 Ludwigsburg, and the Labyrinth Art School in the Kunstzentrum Karlskaserne
Programme: On the first day of the workshop, participants go on a tour of the Kinderfilmhaus, watch animated films, discover how they were made, learn animation techniques, and develop their own stories. In the Labyrinth Art School, cartoon characters and backgrounds are developed, painted and constructed, and then brought to life by small teams, using a camera and a computer. Visitors can take their film home with them!
Registration: By 17.07 by mail to Kunstschule Labyrinth, Hindenburgstrasse 29, 71638 Ludwigsburg, or by e-mail to kunstschule(at)ludwigsburg-karlskaserne.de
Leaders: A student employee from the Film Academy’s Kinderhaus, as well as an employee from the Labyrinth Art School.
More information: http://www.kunstschule-labyrinth.de/site/Ludwigsburg-Labyrinth/node/3049034/Lde/zmdetail_523058103376/Sommerferienworkshop_Trick_Film_Trick.html?zm.sid=zms4ntu0aqm1&nodeID=523058103376
Organiser: Film Academy Baden-Württemberg GmbH / Kinderfilmhaus Ludwigsburg. With the kind support of the Peter Ustinov Foundation
Dates: 28 & 29 July 2016
and 6 & 7 August 2016
Age group: For children aged 6-12 years
Location: Kinderfilmhaus Ludwigsburg (Aldinger Torhaus) Robert-Franck-Allee 52, 71638 Ludwigsburg
Participants: These are two workshops in which children from refugee families and children from Ludwigsburg or the surrounding area can spend two days discovering the secrets of animation. The workshop is based on SWR’s successful “I KNOW AN ANIMAL” craft and animation activities. On the first day of the workshop, children will go on a tour of the Kinderfilmhaus and learn about animated films, animation, etc. On the second day, they will create the animals and sets for a short stop-motion film, which they will be able to take home on a USB stick. It will be ensured that the children communicate with one another, and talk about their respective countries. E.g. what kinds of animals live there, but not in Germany. Above all, the refugee children should be able to use these two days to escape from everyday life, forget the past, and simply be children again. With the help of an interpreter, they will be able to communicate with children from Ludwigsburg. All of the children will be picked up by a shuttle bus, free of charge. The food on both days will be provided by a local canteen, free of charge.
Registration: Watch this space
Leaders: Student employees of the Kinderfilmhaus
Organiser: Film Academy Baden-Württemberg GmbH / Kinderfilmhaus Ludwigsburg.
Dates: 17-18 August. For children aged 8-12 years
Location: The Film Academy’s Kinderfilmhaus
Participants: Closed groups