#IBLAW21: Annual Film Lecture: Pataleta Visual — Behind the Scenes at a Creative Film-making Company

Start time: 16:30 / End time: 18:00 / Date: 08 Feb 2021

Open to: Students within this Faculty / Staff within this Faculty / Any UOL students / Any UOL staff / Any potential undergraduate students / Any potential postgraduate students / Any potential international students / University of Liverpool Alumni / General Public

Type: Seminar


Contact: For more information contact Prof. Lisa Shaw at lisas66@liverpool.ac.uk

Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pataleta-visual-behind-the-scenes-at-a-creative-film-making-company-tickets-137400818547

About the event

Speaker: Zulma Sofía Patarroyo, Director and Creative Facilitator of Pataleta - Visual sense making

In this talk, Zulma Sofía Patarroyo, Director and Creative Facilitator of Pataleta and some members of the pataleta team, will give us an insider view of the creative world of stop-motion, scribing, and digital video making. They will showcase some of Pataleta’s latest endeavors, and also show some behind-the-scenes (detrás de camaras) footage of how these types of audio-visual output are put together.

Language: English

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