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Es una estrategia que busca impulsar a los artistas emergentes de América Latina, a través de la promoción y producción de proyectos de cortos animados de tipo autoral, con visiones artísticas que normalmente no tienen apoyo de las cadenas de televisión o productoras de cine.

Es una colaboración entre el Festival de Annecy, el evento de animación más importante del mundo, y el Festival Pixelatl, el principal encuentro de vinculación entre artistas de latinoamérica con las industrias globales de la animación, cómic y videojuegos. 

 

el camino del cortometraje

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Shortway sigue lo que hemos llamado "camino europeo" para entrar y desarrollarte en la industria audiovisual, que utiliza el cortometraje y los festivales de cine como mecanismos de acceso, vinculación profesional y presentación de proyectos más ambiciosos.

La estrategia se articula a partir de una convocatoria anual de proyectos de cortometraje animado en etapa temprana de desarrollo, que es abierta a creadores y artistas de Latinoamérica.

 

Como parte del proceso, se realiza un bootcamp con los proyectos seleccionados, donde se cada proyecto recibe asesoría personalizada de diversos mentores y expertos de la industria en sesiones uno a uno, y se realiza un Pitch ante el jurado.

Los finalistas se presentan en un Pitch público ante socios potenciales en la sección Animation Du Monde del Festival de Annecy.

 

Finalmente, el proyecto ganador recibe como primer premio una residencia en Francia para producir el cortometraje .

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La primera edición de la estrategia se desarrolló durante 2020. 

El proyecto ganador fue El After del Mundo, de Florentina González y Ailin Bustamante (Argentina)

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conoce a los seleccionados

Puedes oprimir las imágenes para revisar la sinopsis del cada proyecto

La convocatoria para la segunda edición de Shortway se publicó el 7 de diciembre de 2020, y cerró el 25 de enero de 2021. Durante el periodo de inscripción se alcanzaron 275 registros de proyectos de 15 países distintos de América Latina.

 

De los inscritos seleccionaron 11 proyectos de Argentina, Costa Rica, Chile y México, que son los que pasaron a la segunda fase de la estrategia.

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2021

 

Uno de los componentes más importantes de la estrategia, es la realización de un bootcamp (campo de entrenamiento) para los proyectos finalistas, con la participación de mentores profesionales internacionales que revisarán cada proyecto para aportar guía y retroalimentación.

A causa de la pandemia, la segunda edición del bootcamp de Shortway se realizará en línea del 15 al 19 de marzo.

Para lograr trasladar las actividades a su versión Online de manera que funcionen, en esta ocasión contaremos con la participación de 18 mentores y conferencistas.

El programa contempla actividades de dos tipos: por un lado la parte formativa, con talleres y clases maestras especializadas que buscan aportar herramientas concretas a los participantes que los ayuden a mejorar sus capacidades, y por otra parte los espacios de revisión y asesoría de cada proyecto, incluyendo las reuniones de retroalimentación uno a uno con productores y mentores de la industria.

Este evento es exclusivo para los finalistas.

el bootcamp

15 al 19 de marzo de 2021

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16 al 18 de marzo de 2021

Algunas de las clases maestras o paneles del bootcamp serán abiertas de manera completamente gratuita. Para asistir sólo hay que registrarse en el formulario que aparece al final de estas líneas.

Este programa está conformado por las siguientes actividades:

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Gobelins storytelling

La manufactura visual en función de la narrativa: la historia y cómo se cuenta, es aquello que hace funcionar a una película.

Cécile Blondel

Director of International Relations at Gobelins

Martes 16 de marzo

11:00 (Mx) / 14:00 hrs. (Arg) 

 
 

conoce a los invitados

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A very experienced professional with nearly twenty years of activities in culture and events. She has been involved with the International Animated Film Festival Annecy and its market where she worked as an Assistant to the Artistic Director Serge Bromberg and as a Head of Projects (MIFA). She has met and cooperated with big names in the animation field such as Ray Harryhausen, Peter Lord, Tim Burton, Henry Sellick or Richard Williams. At present she focuses on young talents, providing direction in early stages of their projects and fostering the production process.

Géraldine Baché

Head of projects at MIFA Annecy Festival

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Eric Reginaud is the head of Ciclic Animation since 2015.

 

He was involved in the creation of the animation residence of Ciclic in 2000.
 

Prior to that, He worked as an animation studio manager, a producer and distributor, and as a drawing teacher. He graduated from Orleans Fine Arts School in 1986 (Master in Cinema)

Éric Réginaud

Head & Supervisor at Ciclic animation

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Working more than 15 years in the field of illustration and animation, her work is all about storytelling: Whatever the medium used, story is at the core of it. And what make a good story is good characters with strength and flows. Credits include among other : Folimage, Gestalten, New York Times, Elle, Scholastic, Cartoon Networks, MTV Asia, Sacrebleu production, Technicolor, BETC, Marcel Agency, DLP, Milan, Fleurus, Rageot, Belin, Gautier Languereau...

Caroline Attia

Director

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He studied film production with a major in animation film at Gobelins in Paris. He spends some time in Paris and Vancouver, Canada, while working in the industry for different films and production companies. In 2012 he relocated to Berlin to work in 22D Music Group. He co-founds in June 2015 Laïdak Films, a Paris-Berlin-based production company. They are now dedicated to producing quality films, regardless of their format, length, or type. Still based in Berlin but traveling the world, Ivan gives prominence to international and intercultural projects.

Ivan Zuber

Producer at Laïdak films

Max Lang is a film director, illustrator, storyboard artist, and character designer. He has been twice nominated to the Academy Awards in the category of Best Short Animated Film, in 2011 for “The Gruffalo,” and in 2014 for “Room on the Broom,” which won several awards including the Cristal for Best TV Production at the Annecy 2020. He is in the co-director for “The Snail and the Whale” which is in the shortlist for the Academy Awards. He is also the director of the Nickelodeon computer-animated TV movie Albert.
Lang illustrates books written by his wife, Suzanne Lang.

Max Lang

Co-Director 

“Snail and the Whale”

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Cécile has always had two passions: education and the arts. She became a lecturer in Political and Cultural History at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. Moving to London, she lectured at Her Majesty’s Service at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and graduated at Birbeck College in Change Management. In February 2012, Cécile became Director of International Relations at Gobelins, l’école de l’image as well as Executive Director of Gobelins Summer School. She founding a French theatre company in Scotland, Molière for Lunch.

Cécile Blondel

Director of International Relations at Gobelins

 

 

Nuria Menchaca is a Mexican artist from ENAP / UNAM and the Université Laval in Québec. She twice won the FONCA Young Creators Program scholarship and has received several distinctions for his work in animation. In 2020 she was the winner of the Ariel for Best Animated Short Film (the Mexican Academy of Cinematography award).

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Directora 

"Dalia sigue aquí"

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Erick Oh is a Korean filmmaker / animator based in California, USA. His independent films have been awarded at numerous international festivals including Annie Awards, Annecy, Hiroshima, Zagreb, SIGGRAPH, and more.
He worked at Pixar Animation Studios from 2010 to 2016. Then joined Tonko House to direct PIG: The Dam Keeper Poems which was nominated at Annie Awards 2018 and won the Cristal Award at Annecy 2018. He is the director of the animated short “Opera” currently in the short list for the Academy Awards.

Erick Oh

Director: “Opera”

Daniel Snaddon is an American born, half Australian-Chinese, half Scottish-South African. Daniel joined Triggerfish Animation Studios as a lead on their film “Khumba” in 2013. The film won the attention of Magic Light Pictures, which led to the chance for Daniel to co-direct their BBC Christmas special Stick-Man in 2015. Daniel also recently wrote and story-boarded on Mike Scott’s animated series Moosebox for Nickelodeon, and is currently developing the animated feature film Kariba with Daniel Clarke at Triggerfish Animation Studios.

Daniel Snaddon

Co-Director 

“Snail and the Whale”

Gisli Darri is an animation director who was born in Iceland in 1978 and graduated with a BA from the Irish School of Animation (Dublin) in 2007. Gísli has been a professional animator since 2007 working in England, Ireland, Germany and Iceland on feature-films, short-films, tv-series, commercials and music videos. Some of his filmography includes: KÛKÛ (1999) A FROG's BLUES (2001) WHATEVER (2006) The GREAT UNREST (2009). His latest short film “Yes people” is in the short list for the Academy Awards nominations for animated short film.

Gisli Darri

Director

“Yes People”

César has worked in film, animation and theater production, as director, producer, screenwriter, art director, stop motion animation director, set designer and illuminator. He is currently part of the KraNeo Estudio team. He directed the project Historia de un títere awarded video installation in Quito, and the shortfilms Under the Tree, Puebla 1862 Covered with Glory, Elena and the Shadows (winner of several awards, including an Ariel, the Mexican Academy of Cinematography award), and Raíces.

César Cepeda

Director & Founder at Kraneo Estudios

Graduated from the University of Audiovisual Media (CAAV) Thalia is a partner and producer of Platypus Animation, a boutique 2D animation studio, where she has produced different types of content such as series, advertising spots, video clips, short films, etc., with clients such as Disney +, Turner, Discovery Kids and Bimbo, among others. She has produced IP projects and her first participation in cinema was as animation producer for Samuel Kishi's feature film "Los Lobos" which was awarded as best film at Berlinale - Berlin International Film Festival 2020.

Thalia Machuca

Creative Director

Dean Hamer is a New York Times Book of the Year author, Emmy and GLAAD Media award-winning filmmaker, and National Institutes of Health scientist emeritus with a long history in communicating complex and controversial ideas to diverse publics.  He formed Kanaka Pakipika with partner Joe Wilson and documentary film protagonist Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu to collaborate on an insightful series of films that have opened the eyes of the worlds to the lessons to be learned from Polynesia’s unique approach to diversity and inclusion. 

Dean Hamer

Director

“Kapaemahu”

After she achieved her Film Bachelor's degree, Sophie Tavert decided to become a film writer and director. During her University Cinema Studies, she produced eight experimental films. Her films "Un amour" (2009) and "MAD" (2016) were very successful in film festivals around the world. In 2019, she wrote 2 feature films, and is currently working in parallel on various projects of animation, fiction films and TV series. Her latest animated short filim “Traces” is in the shortlist of the best animated short films to be nominated for the Academy Awards.

Sophie Taver

Co-Director

“Traces”

Michael is a writer and producer based in London. He wrote and directed the short film Life of Bri’ n Chris before going on to develop series and features for kids and family at Anthem Studios. Michael was invited to pitch his hybrid series, The Wild Truth, at Cartoon Forum, which is currently in development, and he is working with producers Irene Weibel and Fonda Snyder on a new preschool series. Michael also hosts The Creators Society Animation Podcast, speaking with voices from across the animation community

Michael Wakelam

Head International Relations at Anthem Studios

Entrepreneur by vocation. Teacher and academic. He is a graduate of the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico City and is currently a doctoral student and research professor at the Faculty of Arts and Design of the National University of Mexico. He has founded various companies in both cinematography and creative industries. As a professor he has taught at various Mexican universities. In his academic research, he has been able to present his work in Paris, Tunisia and Mexico.

Carlos Isaac

Animator and Digital Artist

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Ramin Zahed is a journalist who has covered the film and television industries for over twenty years. His writing has appeared in Variety, the Hollywood Reporter, the Los Angeles Times, and Movieline. He is also the author of The Art of Puss in Boots, The Art of Rise of the Guardians, and The Art of DreamWorks. He is currently the editor of Animation Magazine.

Ramin Zahed

Editor Animation Magazine

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Gabriel Pich was born in Mexico City in 1989. He is a Graphic Designer graduated from La Salle University, and has worked as Art Director for brands such as Nike, Google, Absolut, and Playstation.

Gabriel Pich

Creative Director

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Tips to succeed a pitch

Mentors meet projects

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Gobelins storytelling

Masterclass Production

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Academy Awards shortlist panel

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Winner Ceremony

Masterclass: 

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Bienvenida oficial

Meet the bootcampers

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Pitching Online Workshop

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Mentors meet projects

Bootcampers 

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Las actividades abiertas son gratuitas para los interesados. Regístrate para asistir aquí:

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Sesiones uno a uno

Clases maestras exclusivas para bootcamperos

Networking informal

Clases maestras abiertas a todo público

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