RISING OF LUSITANIA ANIMADOC CONFERENCE ONLINE
10-11 SEPTEMBER 2022

UNIFYING POTENTIAL OF ANIMATION?
ENGAGED ANIMATION

streaming will be available on YT and FB

free entrance
PL

SCHEDULE

 

SATURDAY, 10th September 2022

 

12:00-1:10 PM CEST (presentations in English)

Panel 1. Considering films from IV Rising of Lusitania AnimaDoc Film Festival

Moderator: Piotr Kardas (Rising of Lusitania AnimaDoc Film Festival, Poland)

 

  • Miriam Harris (Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand)
    ‘Visiting Ben Shemen’: Reflections on the creation of an animated documentary

 

  • Agnieszka Powierska (State University of Applied Sciences in Włocławek, Poland)
    Images and issues of Antropocene in the latest animadocs

 

1:30-2:40 PM CEST (presentations in English)

Panel 2. Dimensions of postmodern capitalism

Moderator: Oliwia Nadarzycka (University of Lodz, Poland)

 

  • Derek G. Larson (Purdue University, Indiana, USA)

‘Très Mall’. Philosophy, capitalism and violence
 

  • Hanna Margolis (PWSFTviT, WJTeam, Poland)

How much will I earn this year? The problem of budgets of feature-length documentary animated films and the earnings of creative employees above-the-line.

3:00-4:10 PM CEST (presentations in Polish)

Panel 3. Traumas of 20th and 21st century

Moderator: Agnieszka Powierska (State University of Applied Sciences in Włocławek, Poland)

  • Adam Trwoga (Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Warsaw, Poland)

      "Ethel and Ernest" by Roger Mainwood as an example of a microhistorical           approach to the traumas of 20th-century London

  • Kamil Margielewicz (Katowice Business University, Poland)
    Animated images of the wars of the 21st century and their impact on society

SUNDAY, 11th September 2022

 

12:00 – 1:30 PM CEST (presentations in Polish)

Panel 4. A potential of the engaged animations

Moderator: Oliwia Nadarzycka (University of Lodz, Poland)

  • Patryk Drzewiecki (University of Lodz, Poland)                                               Do festivals teach? Polish animated film festivals as a platform for the development of creative competences

  • Grzegorz Zyzik (University of Opole)
    Empathic resonance. The culture-forming potential of the animation "The Dam Keeper"

  • Przemysław Kania (University of Wrocław)
    Julian Józef Antonisz - searching and involved

1:45-3:00 PM CEST (presentations in English)

Panel 5. For the citizenship of the future

Moderator: Agnieszka Powierska (State University of Applied Sciences in Włocławek, Poland)

 

  • Eliane Gordeef (CIEBA/FBAUL, Portugal)
    Childhood Animation Learning

 

  • Esteban Anwar Sosa Casas (UNIR México / Universidad Anáhuac México Sur, Mexico)
    Mexican animation in the face of the social issues

4:00-5:30 PM CEST (discussion in English)

DISCUSSION PANEL WITH THE CO-CREATORS OF COLLECTIVE AND SOCIALLY ENGAGED ANIMATION

Moderators: Agnieszka Powierska (State University of Applied Sciences in Włocławek, Poland), Michał Bobrowski (Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Poland)

 

We will talk about the unifying potential of animation and its use in projects carrying strong social messages. Our guest will be:
 

  • Yulia Ruditskaya – an internationally awarded director, animator, illustrator, the initiator of the collective project ‘Animators for Belarus’,
     

  • Zuzanna Szor – an animator, student at The Film School in Lodz, an activist and member of the Manifa Łódź collective, a co-creator of the collective animations ‘Polish Women Resistance’, ‘Animation for Ukraine’, ‘Borderless Aid’,
     

  • Anna Nesteruk – a student of the Film Art Organization Department of The Film School in Lodz, the coordinator of the ‘Animation for Ukraine’ and ‘Borderless Aid’ projects,
     

  • Szymon Ruczyński – an animator, student at The Film School in Lodz, co-director of the ‘The Wildwood Diptych’ about conflict around the Białowieża Forest and co-creator of the collective animations ‘Polish Women Resistance’, ‘Animation for Ukraine’, ‘Borderless Aid’.