Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Check out this event!
Buy your tickets sooner than later! Maybe even a good christmas present for any animator!
Here are some awesome tweets I've been retweeting:
any problems with the links you'll find them on my twitter
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
29 November 2009 08:00 PM - MAIN AUDITORIUM
World Famous Video Game Composers, Tommy Tallarico and Jack Wall, The Lombard Philharmonia and Choir
To include scores such as: Mario, Zelda, Halo, Final Fantasy, Warcraft, Sonic', Metal Gear Solid, Kingdom Hearts, Chrono Cross, Myst, Tron, Castlevania, Metroid, Medal of Honor', God of War', BioShock', Civilization IV, Tomb Raider, Harry Potter', Beyond Good & Evil', Advent Rising, EverQuest II, Monkey Island, Earthworm Jim, Pac-Man, Conan, Headhunter, Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon', Rainbow Six, Jade Empire, Metroid, Contra, Guitar Hero' and a special Classic Arcade Medley featuring over 20+ games from Pong to Donkey Kong including such classics as Dragon's Lair, Tetris, Frogger, Ghosts 'n Goblins, Gauntlet, Space Invaders, Outrun and MANY MORE!
Video Games Live is the largest and most successful video game concert in the world. An immersive concert event featuring music from the greatest video games of all time. Created by world famous video game composers Tommy Tallarico and Jack Wall the concert delivers live action and unique interactive segments creating an explosive one-of-a-kind entertainment experience interactivity, stunning visuals and fun that only video games can provide. Completely synchronized cutting-edge video screen footage visuals and on-stage interactive segments dazzle audiences of all ages gamers and non-gamers alike.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
County: Dublin - Baile Átha Cliath
Venue: Irish Film Institute, Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
AN EVENING WITH JOHN CANEMAKER//
The Moon and the Son: An imagined Conversation//
NOVEMBER 12 (6.30)
Animation historian, educator and Oscar-winning filmmaker John Canemaker will answer questions following the screening of two of his films. Professor Canemaker, whose numerous books on Disney history are essential reference material, is Chair of New York University's Animation Programme. He is also the first National Film School Visiting Fellow at IADT, Dún Laoghaire. The Fellowship is supported by Bord Scannán na hÉireann/The Irish Film Board and The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Visiting Artists programme.
The Moon and the Son: An imagined Conversation won the Academy Award for Best Short Film (Animated). This autobiographical work explores the difficult emotional terrain of father-son relationships as seen through Canemaker's own turbulent relationship with his father. It features the voices of Eli Wallach and John Turturro.
U.S.A. • 2005 • Colour • 28 min
In Chuck Jones: Memories of Childhood, which was produced by Canemaker, an 84-year-old Jones talks about his life, particularly his childhood, his going to art school and studying the human body, his success as a Hollywood animator, and old age. As Jones talks, we see clips from his work and watch him draw. Simple animation illustrates parts of his story.
U.S.A. • 2009 • Colour • 30 min
Monday, October 26, 2009
Here's the release from Adrian:
After the success of our extreme location filmmaking event last July, and bouncing around ideas for the next one, we came across the magical world of music, and saw the creation of it with fresh eyes. Discovering and contacting the Danish game & film music composerThomas Regin, we are excited to bring him to Dublin, and hear firsthand how he has succeeded in the world of composing music.
All films need music and all games need music... so what we want to do is bring the worlds together for a brief afternoon :)
There are 3 parts to the event:
- 1. Get inspiration from Thomas (he is really passionate about what he is doing)
- 2. Get inspiration from each other - by people volunteering to showcase some music/short film clips/game - in development or finished - (5-10 minutes each)
- 3. Share ideas & create new connections with cool, like minded people in a fun way (we make sure you get to meet lots of people) so you can collaborate, or create projects together, or simply bounce ideas.
So far we have volunteers with Japanese music, game development, animated films, and invites are still open for more people to show their own work, be it in film, music or gaming, in process or completed, for feedback and sharing, so that we can all discover more.
If you are interested, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org, and get free tickets for you and a friend.
Friday, October 23, 2009
The Station are currently looking for artists with strong Photoshop abilities, an excellent sense of colour and a good work flow. They are looking for someone who can take their line work and bring it to completion.
Attached below is an example of the range/ ability that they need.
A typical job might be 7 panels per script, each panel taking 30 mins
If you're interested in the post, get in contact with the station through their website http://www.thestation.ie or paul(at)thestation(dot)ie
Sunday, October 4, 2009
check out the line up http://www.darklight.ie/festival-2009/
Sophie Merry who talked at the last pegbar will be showing off a short called 'Solo Duet', as part of the Virtual Cinema shorts on friday night, 6pm in the lighthouse cinema. Tickets are free and everyone should check it out!
Saturday, September 26, 2009
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
David Levy's new book 'Animation Development: From Pitch to Production' is on sale!
After reading David Levy's first book 'Your Career in Animation How to Survive and Thrive', which was a big inspiration in the creation of Pegbar, I've been waiting for his new book to come out in much anticipation and have purchased my copy today. Its already gotten a great review from Jerry Beck over at Cartoon Brew so now I wait in excitement!
Read David's blog at http://www.animondays.blogspot.com
Monday, August 31, 2009
I'm delighted to thank Crewger, for inviting us to showcase some new Irish animation shorts with them at Electric Picnic this weekend.
Check out http://www.crewger.ie
Saturday, August 15, 2009
Thanks to everyone who attended!
Friday, July 24, 2009
Pegbar is holding another one of its amazing events! But this time round we’ve got a whole day of talks from industry professionals.
There will be talks about the animation industry, the games industry, moving image, running small studios and making features. And we’ll finish the night off with our networking event.
So Pegbar will take place on the 8th of August, in Filmbase, 11am to 5pm.
There will be a workshop on making comic books for young artists in Filmbase 11am – 1pm
And then in the evening our ‘it’s a pegbar affair’, will be taking place in Murrays Bar, on O’Connell St, 8pm til late! Where there will be loads of cool animations playing and an enjoyable place for everyone to network.
There will be a colouring competition, to which the winners take home loads of Pegbar goodies!
Tickets are as follows:
A whole day pass, including the talks, the evening event and some pegbar goodies are €20, there are only 70 places available and you can prebook the tickets through email@example.com (discounts available for artists who submitted work for the show)
The comic book workshop, is free for young artists aged 12 - 17 and can be prebooked at firstname.lastname@example.org there are only 12places available.
The evening networking event is five euro on the door and can be paid for on the day.(Artists who submitted work have free entry)
I cant wait for this!........Animation bliss!!
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Firstly the 7th has
RTÉ CO & Warner Bros. present "BUGS BUNNY ON BROADWAY"
7th of August, 8pm at the National Concert Hall
Watch cartoon superstars Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner and Daffy Duck cavort on the big screen to live orchestra!
Created and conducted by George Daugherty, this extraordinary big-screen and symphony orchestra concert has been a smash touring hit for the past 20 years, delighting almost two million people worldwide with its celebration of the Warner Bros. classic Looney Tunes. Now for the first time in Ireland watch animated jewels like What's Opera, Doc? and The Rabbit of Seville while enjoying the extraordinary scores of Carl Stalling, the most brilliant cartoon composer in the history of Hollywood.
With two evening performances and one matinee, the RTÉ Concert Orchestra offers you the chance to see the show that has won standing ovations at venues like The Hollywood Bowl, Sydney Opera House and Kremlin Palace, creating a devoted international audience of animation fans and classical music lovers who return over and over.
Read about the background of "Bugs Bunny on Broadway" and read an interview with creator and conductor George Daugherty.
Tickets: €25, €30, €35 (concessions €22, €27, €32)
Family ticket (2 adults, 2 children): €100/€120
Children's tickets at matinee €18
Booking: 01 417 0000 or online
and then on the 8th of August is PEGBAR!!! a full day of talks, a workshop for young artists and a networking til the sun comes up!
The full details of pegbar will be up tomorrow and emailed to everyone on our mailing list over the weekend! its gonna be HOT!.......im excited thinking about it!
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
all the details are here
and thanks for Brendan of Crewger for sending us out the invite.
check out their site at www.crewger.ie
Thursday, July 2, 2009
The programme will include a selection of pixilation films throughout film history, from 'The Haunted Hotel',1907, to 'What Cassandra Saw' which was released this year plus lots of shorts from inbetween years from the likes of Norman McLaren and Jan Svankmajer.
It should be well worth checing out!
Friday, June 26, 2009
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Because of this, the deadline for submission has been changed to Wednesday the first of July.
To find out where you can post submissions, email us on info (at) pegbar (dot) ie
or meet us on the 1st of July in Filmbase from 11am - 7pm, or the gingermans from 7pm - 10pm
Friday, June 19, 2009
Boulder Media are currently looking for 2D animators to work on a year long project beginning in August. Applicants should have excellent 2D skills with a strong knowledge of Flash. Online links to reels can be sent to email@example.com or posted to Boulder Media,14 Hawkins St. c/o Robert Cullen.