Chancellor Kent Syverud and members of Syracuse University’s leadership team recently traveled to China as part of the University’s efforts to build strong partnerships with China’s top universities in the areas of faculty and graduate collaboration and research. Those efforts…
SYRFILM presents: ‘Pixar: New Technologies in Animation,” with special guest Cynthia Slavens
Imagine a world where anything is possible and nothing is beyond the realm of your creativity. Computer-generated (CG) animation revolutionized the way we watch movies. It brought the world of cartoons and 3-D special effects to life with stunning realism. For filmmakers, it made storytelling a whole new adventure.
Central New York parents and children are invited to attend SYRFILMFEST’s fourth annual “Pixar: New Technologies in Animation” program on Saturday, May 1, featuring an exclusive sneak peak at Pixar’s upcoming film, followed by a question-and-answer session with Cynthia Slavens, post-production supervisor for Pixar, whose credits include “Ratatouille,” “Cars” and the winner of this year’s Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, “Up.”
The two-hour event will begin at 11 a.m. at The Palace Theatre, 2384 James St., Syracuse. Tickets—$5 for adults; free for those 17 and under—will be available at the door. To reserve tickets or for more information, contact KC Duggan at (315) 443-8826 or firstname.lastname@example.org.