Saturday was a day filled with great talks and good vibes.
Neil Pymer from Aardman Animations started the day with a talking about how sound affects animation and character and how it becomes a character in it's own right. Students from Volda University College then showed their bachelor films before Laika animation's supervisor Brad Schiff's lecture on the evolution of facial animation throughout the last 20 years. Later on Hollywood veteran and sound mixer Greg Curda presented the relationship between image and sound. Followed by the instructor, translator and voice actor Harald Mæle talk. The panel then held a discussion with the guest speakers in the cafeteria before Nik Phelps and the music students from Volda University held a concert with visuals in the cinema.