Bombay (Maharashtra) [India]September 28 (ANI/PNN): Following the success of the first edition of Women’s Creator Project in 2021, a new edition has been compiled and designed by Saraswati Vani Balgam, Creative Director of Dancing Atoms Studios Inc and Shruti Verma of Unreal Engine . Expanding the program across Southeast Asia by 2022 to empower and train creative women in the region. Incubated by Asifa India in conjunction with Epic Games, WCP-II saw an influx of applicants from across Asia. Epic Games, in collaboration with Asifa India, Open Air Films, and Perforce Software, provided intensive training and mentorship to female producers over a 6-week period.
The Asifa India team includes Director of Outreach and Community Services Sanjay Kimesara, Central Committee members including Sesha Prasad AR, Siva Kumar Kaseti, Ramakrishnan Vinod and RK Polina, as well as Director Priyanka Ajith, who is cater to highly qualified professionals in ten countries to guarantee quality. they do. Participant.
After a rigorous selection process, twenty-one finalists were selected for a six-week mentorship. Creators have full freedom to come up with their own ideas and concepts and bring them to life from pre-scene to finalization using a real-time engine, Unreal Engine 5.0.
Saraswati – Vani won first-wave creative women to lead the new Southeast Asian Women Creative Mentor Program, Volume Two, featuring Ananya Srivastava, Gautami Vegaraju, Gayatri Rao, Hina Syeda, Nida Arshia, Prakti Wadhwa, Ruvank Magoo and Rudul Patel and Aishman Pandéy. They are qualified and talented professionals who help them at all stages of their realization process.
This project encourages and trains creative women at SEAC to embrace real-time production in their workflows. Participants included Adhya Raj (Mumbai), Abhirama Tejas (Mumbai), Bhavpreet Kai Talwalkar (Mumbai), Bhumika Thakuria (Indore), Saru Thak (Bangalore), Ellen See (Jakarta, Indonesia), Geetika Dayala (Hyderabad), Jessica. Tan (Singapore), Meenu Shekhawat (Bangalore), Morsal Alemi (Afghanistan), Praseda Ahana Alam (Dhaka), Poornima Meekammana (Sri Lanka), Ritika Bose (Bangalore), Riza Qureshi (Karachi, Pakistan), Serena Dhillon (Mumbai) , Smita Pandey (Mumbai), Sri Keerthy (Challapalli), Visakha Pardoloi (Bangalore), Vrinda Chute (New Delhi) & Zubaitha Nila (Malaysia).
The project progressed in stages through a pre-visualization assessment and selection of 11 applicants.
The intensive six-week training program covers Animation, DDC Workflow, World Building, Landscape Equipment, Lighting and Post-Processing, Content Editor, Sequences, Direct Links and blueprints. Epic Games – India/SEA Business Leader – Shruti Verma and Technology Evangelist – Mr. Arvind Neelakandan has been instrumental in implementing both versions of the WCP with great commitment. Quentin Stace-Bould of Epic Games was a strong and instrumental influence in the success of this project.
The OpenAir team led by Wasim Khan managed all candidate workflows and schedules. Ramesh Anumakoda and his team provided technical support. The 21 candidates are supported by free training during all weeks. Unreal has proven once again that they believe in building community and continue to create opportunities for women in film, games, visual effects and animation. This is a paid plan for the second batch of female creators. Gitanjali Rao, director of Bombay Rose, also returns to the point of view of the creators. We believe Asifa should impact the people around us in India.
Enjoy the images created by the creators of Batch 1 and Batch 2 women.
Volume One – Shorts – Blog-https://www.unrealengine.com/en-US/blog/see-the-top-shorts-from-india-s-women-creators-program
Two Short Films – Blog https://www.unrealengine.com/en-US/blog/see-the-top-short-films-from-the-women-creators-program-2022
Collection- Two images on Vimeo- https://vimeo.com/showcase/9736263
On September 28, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. IST, all female creators in the second batch will share their voices and projects.
Please register at https://tinyurl.com/wcpbatch2 and celebrate the female directors
The next step is to collaborate with the studio and create an impact.
ASIFA (Association Internationale du Film d’Animation) is a UNESCO-supported NGO founded in France in 1960. With footprints in France, the United States, Australia, China, the United Kingdom, Japan and more than 50 other locations, ASIFA is a non-profit organization dedicated to cultivating and promoting the arts, crafts and animation professions.
Link- www.asifa.net, www.iadasifa.net
Cinema is dedicated to making animation an art form and an effective communication tool. Active for 22 years with the aim of promoting knowledge sharing and animation in India, building a strong sense of community. Asifa India organizes and celebrates International Animation Day across India to recognize the art of animation. This chapter rewards the best animation in India through the ASIFA India Awards of Excellence. Asifa India has become a voice for artists promoting animation opportunities across the world. It hosts monthly CGMeetups with top artists from all geographies. Students and professionals can submit free applications until 30.09.2022 at https://filmfreeway.com/asifaiad. Asifa India recently unveiled the IAT ’22 poster and plans to hold international animation days in Indore, Hyderabad and 10 other cities in November and December 2022.
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