Honami Yano’s “A Bite of Bone” – Screening, Artist Talk & Workshop
In partnership with The Japan Foundation, we are delighted to present a special online event featuring animator Honami Yano, the director and writer of the multi-award winning (including TAIS’ 15th Annual Best of Showcase award) animation “A Bite of Bone”! This event will be facilitated with the aid of a live translator.
The event will begin on April 20th with a virtual screening of “A Bite of Bone” followed by an artist talk and Q&A. On April 21st we will host a 3-hour workshop in which Honami Yano will walk participants through her frame-by-frame dotting on paper animation technique.
Both days will be online and free to attend! We will also have a limited number of in-person spots for both the screening and the workshop where participants will have access to TAIS animation equipment as they follow along with the workshop. Registration is on a first-come-first-serve basis.
About the Artist:
At the Graduate School of Film and Media, Tokyo University of the Arts, she studied under Kōji Yamamura and created her graduation project, Chromosome Sweetheart(2017), which received a nomination at Frameline Film Festival and many other film festivals. After graduating, she worked as a research assistant for three years and also made her first film after graduation. Produced and supervised by Kōji Yamamura, it was the first work for his studio and gallery Au Praxinoscope. The film, A Bite of Bone won the grand prize for short animation at the 45th edition of the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
Yano currently works for Nagoya University as a Designated Assistant Professor. She served on the selection committee for the Hiroshima Animation Seasons 2022.