10 September 2019
The Ageas Bowl Botley Road West End SOUTHAMPTON HAMPSHIRE SO30 3XH

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Aardman, Farmageddon/Shaun the Sheep 2 – How to make a sci-fi stop motion spectacular

Ageas Suite, Shane Warne Stadium, Ageas Bowl, Botley Rd, West End, Southampton SO30 3XH

Bristol based Aardman Animations are famous world-wide for their claymation films, including Wallace and Gromit, Chicken Run, The Pirates and Early Man. Their latest full-length feature film, Farmageddon/Shaun the Sheep 2 is due for release in October.  Co-Producer, Richard Beek, will discuss the processes used to bring the film to the big screen.

This is a unique opportunity to take a detailed looked at the production processes behind making a major stop motion feature film. Exploring how the film develops from script / storyboard to final shots. Production management of the creative process - planning and statistical analysis.  Puppet/set design and build.  And a chance to see behinds the scenes footage and meet some of the characters in person!

Richard Beek has worked at Aardman for the past 19 years, starting as a Runner on Chicken Run he has become a key part of many of Aardman’s most loved projects – Creature Comforts (Floor Manager), Shaun the Sheep (Production Manager/Line Producer/Co Producer), Wallace & Gromit (2nd Assistant Director/Production Manager), The Pirates! (Production Manager) and Early Man (Producer)


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This event is suitable for professionals with any level of experience.


APM Body of Knowledge 6th edition reference

Section Description
1.1.1 Project management

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