A-Grader 2006

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Abstract

A-Grader had a 5-year development period that spanned 2002 - 2006. Each year the software was released with a new version number with A-Grader 2006 being the last official release.The Australian International Animation Festival 2007 featured a celebrated collection of the world's finest animation for its fourth consecutive year. The festival secured amazing exclusives from more than 2,000 submissions from over 30 countries. The range of styles, genres and techniques is testament to the vibrancy and relevance of creative animation. The International Competition programs are made up of an eclectic mix of films and will give audiences a complete, up-to-date snapshot of the international creative animation scene. New for 2007 was the inclusion of internationally acclaimed Siggraph content which represents the very best in computer graphic animation and screened in Wagga for the first time ever. As co-director, producer and editor for the event, I organised the venue, technical duties and marketing for the evening. The festival premiered on Friday 18th May to Sunday 20th May, 2007 at the Forum 6 Cinema, Wagga Wagga, and featured free seminars from Malcolm Turner, Andrew Hagan, Damian Candusso and Stephanie Brotchie & Chris Pahlow from D.I.Y. Art. The success of the event secured Wagga playing host to AIAF in 2008. This event also toured in a compact format to other major cities funded by other promoters.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCSU
PublisherAndrew Hagan
SizeA-Grader had a 5-year development period spanning 2002 - 2006.
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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