Festival Stop Motion Montreal goes viral for its virtual 12th Home Sweet Home edition!

Tune in to the celebration from the comfort of your own couch, anywhere in the world, and let the stop motion fever wash over you!

With its use in television and feature films, stop-motion animation has experienced a resurgence over the pass few years. Despite this, getting their work screened can still be a huge struggle for many artists. Festival Stop Motion Montreal is working to change that…

Created in 2009 by Érik Goulet, a stop motion animation teacher at Concordia University.  The Festival gathers professionals and independent creators alike as well as enthusiasts and fans of all ages for a truly unique cinematic experience. Festival Stop Motion Montreal is the world’s first festival dedicated to showcasing films animated exclusively using stop motion techniques.

The 2020 VIP pass will allow you to:

Screen more than 10 hours of short films:
Short film programs 1 to 6 in competition
Youth films program in competition
Terrifying, Naked and Twisted (TNT) adult program in competition
A special Quebec Talent short films program
A special Edinburgh Short Film Festival program
If you are situated in Canada: an additional program of short films
Attend 3 online conferences, live on Zoom and screened on VUCAVU after its recording:
Vanessa Loubineau – demystifying copyright for stop motion (Sept. 16 at 1pm EDT)
Jean-François Lévesque – the making of his film «I, Barnabé» made at the NFB (Sept. 17 at 7pm EDT)
Justin Rasch – his animation career (Sept. 19 at 7pm EDT)

Incredible interactive workshops held on Zoom will cover the principles of posing, timing, spacing and smoothness, plus how to bring your characters to life!

For more information visit: www.stopmotionmontreal.com