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Disney Program Line Up for SDCC 2011

Disney related program line up for San Diego Comic-Con 2011. Programs listed below may also include people who work for or are related to the Disney company.

Thursday, July 21

11:00-12:00 Creating Licensed Interpretive Art— Acme Archives is joined by acclaimedStar Wars and Disney artists Brian RoodSteven Daily, and Jerry Vander Stelt, along with Steve Carrasco from Disney Consumer Products, to illuminate and answer questions about the process of limited-edition interpretive fine art creation, from inception through release, while Brian Rood paints a new piece live before the audience's eyes! Room 32AB 
Tags:  Action Figures - Toys - Collectibles | Animation | Art and Illustration

2:00-3:00 The Pitching Hour— Jermaine Turner (director, Disney/ABC Cable Networks Group), Zach Schiff-Abrams (executive producer, Fourth Wall Studios), Valerie Alexander(screenwriter), Charlie Chu (editor, Oni Press), Carina Schulze (Chatrone), Matthew Cohen (video game developer), Lindsay Rostal (producer, The Odd Gentlemen), and moderator Dan Evans III (freelance development executive, Robot & Monster) take an idea from conception through production for various media. This process will include creating a pitch document, obtaining agents, and getting a pitch meeting. The panelists will explain, through hypothetical example and humorous stories, the process that new creators should adapt to make their way through the creative battleground of the entertainment industry. Knowing that each project is unique, there will be a Q&A to allow the audience to really hone in on the solutions to obstacles they may encounter. Also on hand is Brendan McFeely (IP lawyer, Kane Kessler) to give creators insight on protecting their ideas as they navigate Hollywood. Room 5AB 
Tags:  Movies | Seminars & Workshops | Television | Writers & Writing

Friday, July 22

 4:30-5:30 Old Stories in New Boxes: How Timeless Stories Evolve Through New Media— Marshall Vandruff (marshallart.com) presents over a hundred slides demonstrating how entertainment art has evolved over the past century from Vaudeville and AB Frost, through Winsor McCay and Walt Disney, into modern storytelling, which is actually thousands of years old. He will explain the classic form of story and show how it relates to all creativity. Room 8 
Tags:  Animation | Art and Illustration | Cartooning and Comic Strips | Comics | Seminars & Workshops

4:30-6:00 Comic-Con How-To: Patrick and Shelly Block—Back by popular demand, Disney Comics writer/artists Patrickand Shelly Block present a comics creation demonstration that they often give at the Savannah College of Art and Design and other venues. They create a complete Donald Duck story on paper, with the audience providing the ideas. Room 28DE 
Tags:  Art and Illustration | Cartooning and Comic Strips | Comic-Con How To | Comics | Kids | Seminars & Workshops | Writers & Writing

4:45-5:45 Phineas and Ferb Hear from the brilliant minds behind the series, Dan Povenmire and Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, along with voice talent Vincent Martella (Everybody Hates Chris), Ashley Tisdale (High School Musical, Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure), and Dee Bradley Baker (American Dad). See exclusive footage and hear all the scoop about their upcoming Disney Channel Original Movie Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension, which premieres August 5. Moderated by Matt Blum of Wired.com's Geek Dad.Room 6A 
Tags:  Animation | Kids | Television *Kid friendly

8:00-9:00 Reign of the Dinosaurs— In 2010, a group of the world's best dinosaur illustrators and animators gave Comic-Con fans a rare behind-the-scenes look at the artistic development of the Discovery Channel series Reign of the Dinosaurs (working title). The creative team returns to show off just how far their jaw-dropping animation and storytelling have come since last year's storyboarding and early animation phase. Set to premiere this fall, the series will reset the standard for immersive, inside-out dinosaur storytelling, giving an insiders' view into the private lives and strange behaviors of dinosaurs, with a narrative technique as revolutionary as the science it documents. Panelists include executive producer/co-director Erik Nelson (Cave of Forgotten Dreams), director David Krentz (Disney's Dinosaur), artist Ricardo Delgado (Dark Horse Comics' Age of Reptiles), and others. Room 6DE 
Tags:  Animation | Art and Illustration | Television

Saturday, July 23

12:00-1:00 Kick Buttowski: XD Animation Panel— Live 'til it hurts! NBA All-Star Dwight Howard teams up with the cast and crew of Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil to answer your questions about Disney's XD action-packed animated hit. CreatorSandro Corsaro will be on hand with Charlie Schlatter and Matt Jones (the voices of Kick and Gunther), revealing footage from the show. Arrive early to catch an exclusive sneak peek at Disney XD's upcoming animated hits Motorcity and Tron: Uprising. Moderated by Eric Coleman, SVP, original series for Disney TV Animation. Room 25ABC 
Tags:  Action/Adventure | Animation | Kids | Television

2:00-3:00 Why We Create with Don Hahn— Legendary Disney filmmaker, author, and Academy Award nominee Don Hahn explores why we create. With awe-inspiring unseen images from the Disney vaults to world-renowned art, contemporary ads, graphic novels, and a little music tossed in, this is a rare opportunity to hear Don share his unique outlook on creativity and how to navigate it in today's results-driven world. Room 25ABC 
Tags:  Animation | Art and Illustration | Seminars & Workshops

Sunday, July 24

10:15-11:15 Disney Channel: Fish Hooks Dive into the world of Disney Channel's newest animated hit Fish Hooks! Creator and executive producer Noah Z. Jones (Almost Naked Animals), executive producer Maxwell Atoms (The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy), and director Bill Reiss (Chowder) will be on hand along with voice talent Chelsea Kane (Dancing with the Stars, JONAS), Justin Roiland (The Sarah Silverman Program), and other surprise guests to give you a behind-the-scenes glimpse inside the fish tanks. Followed by a sneak peek of the upcoming Disney Channel series Gravity Falls. Plus never-before-seen content, exclusive giveaways, and much more. Moderated by Jill Sanford, director, original series for Disney TV Animation. Get hooked! Room 6A 
Tags:  Animation | Kids | Television

3:00-4:00 Disney/Marvel Team-Up— Everyone wondered what would happen when the Mouse House got together with the House of Ideas, and the answer is an amazing assortment of Marvelous kids books! Editors from Disney Publishing Worldwide and Marvel unveil their new line of Marvel Origin Storybooks for kids, featuring modern retellings of some of Marvel's most iconic characters, such as Thor, Captain America, Spider-Man, and the X-Men. From artwork to film adaptations to beginner books, find out all the upcoming excitement from the combined might of Disney and Marvel. With Ruwan Jayatilleke, senior vice president, Marvel; Rich Thomas, global editorial director, Disney Publishing Worldwide; and Michael Siglain, senior editor, Disney Publishing Worldwide. Room 24ABC 
Tags:  Animation | Comics | Superheroes

4:00-5:00 Full-Time Creative Work on a Part-Time Schedule— Learn the secret to using part-time collaboration to achieve full-time results! No matter which industry (comics, illustration, movies, design, animation, costuming/cosplay), breaking into today's media is a full-time job, even if you have only part-time hours to accomplish it. Topher Davila (art director, GeekdomWear.com), Aleister Gilgrim (Disney Publishing Digital Media), Mario Martinez (co-creator, TomatoTV.net), Kevin Flessing (TomatoTV.net), Ron Coleman(molecular geneticist and writer), Jonelle Cobb (creative director, GeekdomWear.com), Jody Patterson (main contributor, RatBoxProductions.net), and Tara Strand (co-founder, Gotham Public Works) talk about how they successfully juggle time between the creative and business sides and discuss the process, pitfalls, and potential of part-time collaboration from their experiences in illustration, writing, design, animation, and costuming and cosplay. Whether you're a hobbyist or looking to go pro, if you struggle with deadlines, need help finding collaborators, or simply want to know how to get your foot in the door, this panel is not to be missed! Room 32AB 
Tags:  Animation | Art and Illustration | Comics | Costuming | Fandom | Games | Seminars & Workshops | Writers & Writing

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