Short talks, screenings and Q&As... all in
less than an hour. A brilliant way to learn a lot about a very
specific element of the festival and hopefully provide a wider
base to try and learn more about animation in general.
“Rip” is a remarkable and charming
film – an ethereal melding of visual imagery and a specially
composed string quartet piece.
Animator, Janette Goodey, is adamant that
the music was an equal element in the overall creation process of
“Rip”, a fundamental part of the film’s DNA. The
story of how these two elements of the finished work developed as
‘equal partners’ during the film’s creation is
an interesting one and highlights the often overlooked importance
of music to the success of many animated films.
Goodey and composer Claire Nash will talk about
this partnership of elements, their determination to give the music
and the imagery ‘equal billing’ and how this work was