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VIEW Conference Offers A Packed Line-Up This October

The pandemic led to the cancellation of countless animation events. But it also saw virtual festivals pop up in their place. Fans got used to being able to access festivals such as Annecy and Manchester Animation Festival from the comfort of their homes, which made the return of in-person events bittersweet. However, some festivals are retaining an online element alongside the in-person festival.

The VIEW Conference in Turin, Italy. returns for its 23rd edition from October 16- 21, 2022. In addition to the in-person events, many events will also be streamed live, for free. Registration is required.

There's a packed schedule that takes in animated movies and television, alongside video games, VR and AR, VFX and more. An impressive line-up of luminaries from the global animation industry will be there and taking part in talks, workshop and making-of sessions.

Speakers include:

  • Nora Twomey (director My Father's Dragon)
  • Peter Ramsey (director Spider-Man Into The Spider-Verse)
  • Shannon Tindle (writer Kubo and The Two Strings)
  • Chris Williams (director The Sea Beast)
  • Henry Selick (director Wendell and Wild)
  • Robert Zemeckis (director Disney's Pinocchio)
  • Danielle Feinberg (VFX Supervisor, Pixar)
  • Domee Shi (director Turning Red)
  • Pierre Perifel (director The Bad Guys)
  • Peggy Holmes (director Luck)
  • Rob Minkoff  (director Paws Of Fury)

Sessions include:

  • The Making of Netflix's Sea Beast (Online only)
  • The Making Of My Father's Dragon
  • Filmmaking Fever Dream: Crafting "Turning Red"
  • Robert Zemeckis in Conversation
  • Deep Dive into the Lion King
  • Mixing 2D and Illustrative Techniques in "The Bad Guys"
  • Character Fabrication for Stop-Motion Animation
  • Bleeding Orange: The Life and Times of Nickelodeon Animation
  • Gods and Monsters: Visualising Marvel's Moon Knight
  • Lighting Rigs, Spiky Shadows & an AI Baby: the VFX of Thor: Love and Thunder
  • Wendell and Wild (Online Only)
  • The Future of Animation: A Director’s Perspective
  • Bringing Lightyear to the Screen
  • Making a Zombie Apocalypse for Love, Death + Robots
  • Paws of Fury
  • Sony Pictures Animation: 20 Years of Innovation
  • Lost Ollie
In addition, workshops and portfolio reviews will be available to in-person attendees. For full details or to get your tickets visit the official website now.