Kamerton Culture and Recreation Centre has become the venue of the XVIII Spirit of Fire.
05.03.2020, 09:36
Kamerton Culture and Recreation Centre has become the venue of the XVIII Spirit of Fire.

On March 3, the master class "Animation without camera technique" was held in Surgut within the framework of the 18th Spirit of Fire International Film Festival.

The event was held by Daria Lukyanova, Yulia Krivosheina and Alina Titorenko, animators from Moscow Animation Workshop. More than 200 pupils of the city's schools became participants of the Your Cinema creative laboratory of the author's cinema.

"The children were actively participating in the master class, creating drawings and animating them. Now the cartoon "What is the festival?" is editing. The finished cartoon will be shown at the closing of the Spirit of Fire Festival," said Ekaterina Bordacheva, Program Manager of the Your Cinema international competition for children and youth.

Moreover, the master class' participants had a meet-the-artist event with Jitendra Mishra, a film producer from India, director of the Film Festival for Children and Youth in New Delhi and a guest of the 18th Spirit of Fire International Film Festival. One of his recent films, "The Last Color", was presented at special screenings at Cannes, Venice and other reputable film festivals. He is a Board Member of CIFEJ, the oldest global network of audio-visual media professionals working for children and young people.

The event ended with a screening of the South Korean film "Bori".

We recall that similar events were held yesterday in the Kogalym Maly Theatre, the participants were students of the Polytechnic College. Such local creative platforms are an annual part of the visiting program of the Spirit of Fire Film Festival. On March 5, the family film "Bori" (South Korea) will be shown to the schoolchildren of Beloyarsky town.