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Sunday, November 12 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Creating Aliens, Monsters and Fantasy Creatures in Motion Pictures
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A discussion of what works, what doesn't work, what is completely unrealistic and what is utterly laughable. How has the face of aliens in cinema changed in the last decade? Are we tired of the computer generated creature? If so, then what is next?"


Alan Beck

Alan F. Beck has been an artist, designer and illustrator for over 30 years doing work for many major corporations including book covers and magazine illustrations. His work has been exhibited in art shows and Science Fiction/Fantasy conventions all across the country. He has won... Read More →

Kim Kindya

Kim Kindya is a freelance web content manager, editor, writer, and event planne. She has worked at the SoHo ArtHouse (formerly the SoHo Gallery for Digital Art) in New York City, where she organized the successful AniMiniCon SoHo anime convention for 3 years. She has also been a producer... Read More →

Carl Paolino

Carl Paolino is a veteran of the entertainment industry. As a producer, director, screenwriter, and production designer, his credits include feature films, television series, music videos, Broadway shows, and television commercials. His animated productions include: MTV’s Celebrity... Read More →

Luke Stelmaszek

Luke Stelmaszek is a graduate of duCret School of Art where he received a Commercial Art Certificate. He studied under guidance of book and magazine illustrator, Peter Caras, who was a student of Norman Rockwell, and fantasy illustrator Mark Romanoski the assistant of Tim and Greg... Read More →

Sunday November 12, 2017 11:00am - 12:00pm
Crystal Ballroom Three