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Friday, July 22

11:05am PDT

Bezango, WA
There are thousands of cartoonists and comic artists in the Seattle area. This film tells the tale of a few. It chronicles both the
past and present, featuring artwork, interviews, and festivals. Panelists
include Louise Amandes (co-director), Ron Austin (co-director), and Frank M.
(writer/colorist, Carter Family: Don't Forget This Song).

Friday July 22, 2016 11:05am - 12:50pm PDT
Pacific 23, North Tower, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina

1:00pm PDT

You Do What? Women Working in Film Production
Kelly Stuyvesant (editor, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Lauren Haroutunian (cinematographer, RocketJump: The Show), Layne McGovern (costumer, Girl Meets World), and Melissa Ellis (re-recording mixer, Star vs. Forces of Evil) discuss breaking into the traditionally male-dominated fields of production. Following Q&A session moderated by entertainment publicist Brittany Sandler.

Friday July 22, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm PDT
Pacific 23, North Tower, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina

2:05pm PDT

Chris Claremont’s X-Men
An in-depth look at Claremont’s monumental run on the beloved series. Using high-profile interviews, the film explores the behind-the-scenes development of notable characters like Wolverine, Storm, and Phoenix, as well as the challenges of creating art within a corporate system. Panelists include Jordan Rennert (producer/cinematographer, She Makes Comics) and others.

Friday July 22, 2016 2:05pm - 3:10pm PDT
Pacific 23, North Tower, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina

3:10pm PDT

Floyd Norman: An Animated Life
Animator. Storyman. Troublemaker. Take an intimate journey through the life and career of the “Forrest Gump” of the animation industry: Floyd Norman. See how this Disney Legend, at 80 years old, the first African American artist at Disney, continues to influence animation and stir up his own brand of “trouble.” Panelists include Disney Legend Floyd Norman (story artist, Disney's animated The Jungle Book) and filmmakers Michael Fiore (producer, Sony Screen Gems' Keep Watching) and Erik Sharkey (director, Drew: The Man Behind The Poster).

Friday July 22, 2016 3:10pm - 5:00pm PDT
Pacific 23, North Tower, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina

5:05pm PDT

PANEL: Mobile Filmmaking: How to Make a Movie Using a Smartphone
Mobile filmmaking is becoming the next big thing! You have heard of movies that used smartphone cameras to shoot, but you may still not be convinced that you can make a movie yourself using a smartphone from your own back pocket! Smartphone cameras now have the capability of shooting 4K -- which makes mobile filmmaking a possibility to be taken seriously. The founder of The International Mobile Film Festival in San Diego Susan Botello (S. Botello Productions) and San Diego mobile filmmakers Luis Juarez (IndieFone) and Rick Naravaez will share the ins and outs of what you need to get started as a mobile filmmaker. Do you need an app? Can you use microphones? How do you stabilize your videos for a smoother more professional look? Do you need a million dollars? Panelist will answer your questions and present some cool filmmaking tools and accessories. Get inspired to make movies, documentaries, promos, music videos, and just about any films using your smartphone as a camera! Learn to edit on the phone (or computer) and share your films with the world. Bring your smartphones and share the world of mobile filmmaking! With moderator Machelle Noel (Supergirl Unburdened, GeekRockTV).

Friday July 22, 2016 5:05pm - 6:05pm PDT
Pacific 23, North Tower, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina

7:15pm PDT

Pin Up! The Movie
Dangerous. Sexy. All-American girl. The pin up in all her complications, told by the women who live and breathe vintage style. Participating panelists include Kathleen M. Ryan (director, Homefront Heroines), Mitzi Valenzuela (Mitzi&Co photographer), and Kalia Motley (Bang Bang Von Loola). 

Friday July 22, 2016 7:15pm - 9:10pm PDT
Pacific 23, North Tower, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina

9:10pm PDT

Tracing Arthur
André Montpetit, also known as "Arthur," passed through Québec’s artistic scene like a shooting star. This extraordinary comic artist and his overactive imagination became widely known in the poster and comic strip world at the end of the 1960s, before disappearing as quickly as he had appeared. If the "Arthur" myth lives on today, the mystery surrounding André Montpetit is complete. Is he still alive? Does he still draw? What is left of his marginal and rebellious life? Via a mosaic of never-before-seen works of art, original animated sequences, and firsthand testimonials, director Saël Lacroix lifts the curtain on one of the era’s emblematic figureheads whom history has long forgotten.

Friday July 22, 2016 9:10pm - 10:25pm PDT
Pacific 23, North Tower, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina

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