Have you met Annie Atkins, one of the Guest Speaker at this year’s European Conference and Graphic Designer for Filmmaking?
Telegrams, love letters, prison escape maps! You cannot miss hearing Annie Atkins to learn why it is not just the movie poster a graphic designer makes, but also any paper props that the actors work with on set. But how do you start designing graphics that can help tell a director’s story, as well as contributing to the genre, period, and visual aesthetic of a film? Our European Conference Guest Speaker, Annie Atkins will share the tricks of the trade with you during this inspiring presentation. Our European Conference Guest Speaker, Annie Atkins will share the tricks of the trade with you during this inspiring presentation.
Annie Atkins specialises in graphic design for filmmaking, having designed graphic props and set-pieces for all kinds of period features including three Oscar-nominated films: the animation The Boxtrolls, Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies, and Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel – the latter of which went on to win the Academy Award for Best Production Design. Originally from Snowdonia in Wales she now lives in Dublin where she works from her own studio.