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Internationales Trickfilmfestival (ITFS): Symposium „Sound in animation, comics and illustration“ Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film


Das Tagessymposium "Sound in animation, comics and illustration" lädt im Rahmen des diesjährigen Internationalen Trickfilmfestivals (ITFS) interdisziplinäre internationale Experten aus Praxis, Lehre und Forschung nach Stuttgart ins Literaturhaus ein. Behandelt werden Themen wie "Filmmusik für Animation", "transkulturelle Zusammenarbeit für Animations-Soundtracks", "Soundwords in Comics" und "Sounddesign-Anwendungen in interaktiven Comics". In Zusammenarbeit mit der Society of Animation Studies, der School of Art, Design and Media an der Nanyang Technological University Singapore, dem Institut für Medienwissenschaft an der Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, der AG Animation und dem Literaturhaus Stuttgart.

Time 10.00-11.00
KEYNOTE Daniel Kothenschulte
Filmmusic for Animation
The author of The Walt Disney Archives (Taschen 2016) talks about the general importance of film music for Disney's films,
a newly discovered uncompleted Disney opera project and the contemporary practice of scoring animated films.

Time 11.00-12.30
Prof. Florian Käppler
East meets West-A Transcultural Soundtrack Collaboration
Since 2013 Sound Design students from the Musikhochschule Trossingen in Baden-Württemberg are scoring
graduation films of Digital Animation students from the School of Art, Design and Media at the Nanyang Technological University Singapore.
This talk allows insight into this successful transcultural endeavour and shows the best films that were created.

Lunch break 12.30-14.30

Time 14.30-15.00
Uwe Zimmermann
Responsive Comic
Possibilities and challenges of production and reception of comics for digital platforms and new options through integration of sound.

Time 15.00-15.30
Thomas Raich
Sound expanding in space. Soundword-experiments in Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns (1986)
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller is discussed as a deconstruction of the classical superhero-conception and
it eventually paved the way for a wave of Graphic Novels addressing an adult readership.

Time 15.30-16.00
Raphael Zähringer
Beyond Onomatopoeia: Sounds, Words, and Metafiction in Hunt Emerson’s The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
The paper discusses the function of sound words in Hunt Emerson’s comic version (2007) of Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s poem “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” (1797/1834).

15,- Euro (Tageskasse / frei mit Akkreditierung oder Festivalpass ITFS)