The Good, The Bad, and The Oscars: A Celebration of Film Title Design With Art Of The Title
The red carpets are rolled out, the gold trophies shined up, and yet there’s still no Oscar category to honor title sequence design. Is it finally time for title design to be recognized at the Oscars?
You’re formally invited to a celebration of this exciting artform as Art of the Title looks at some of the most outstanding work being created today. Title sequence design has been an integral part of cinema for more than 100 years, beginning as a legal formality and slowly evolving into a significant artform of its own.
Please join Senior Editor Will Perkins and Managing Editor Lola Landekic from Art of the Title, the preeminent title design publication, for an evening of powerful titles and sharp commentary, honoring some of the most indelible and iconic moments in cinema history.
7:00 PM – Mix & Mingle
8:00 PM – Presentation
9:30 PM – Q&A
9:45 PM – Wrap up
$30 Supporter Members and above
$40 Contributor Members
At the Door
$60 Members and Non-members
Note: No tickets will be sold at the door if the event sells out.
Requests for cancellation refunds may be granted only up to 24 hours before the event starts.
Parking & Transportation
Nearby parking structure on Main Street or street parking. For public transportation visit metro.net for schedules.
About the Speakers
Will Perkins, Senior Editor, Art of the Title
Will Perkins is a freelance film and game journalist and public relations professional based in Toronto, Ontario and has been an editor at Art of the Title since 2011. Will studied Political Science and Cinema Studies at the University of Toronto and has contributed to such outlets as Yahoo Movies, Design Bureau, Maxim Magazine, Empire Movies, and Ain’t It Cool News. He has interviewed the likes of Quentin Tarantino, Peter Jackson, Guillermo del Toro, Scarlett Johansson, Alfonso Cuaron, Miss Piggy, and others.
Lola Landekic, Managing Editor, Art of the Title
Lola Landekic is a graphic designer, illustrator, and editor mostly based in Toronto, Canada. She joined the Art of the Title team in 2011 and has been Managing Editor since 2012. She has a bachelor’s degree in English literature from the University of Toronto and a master’s in design from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. She has a history of designing and editing for organizations such as OCAD University, Random House of Canada, and newspapers The Toronto Star and The Globe and Mail.
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