Iliana Franklin has worked in the animation industry for over 30 years. Her feature credits include The Tale of Desperaux, A Monkey’s Tale (1999) and The Princess and the Pea (2002). She has also worked on various TV shows including Mecky and friends (1994), Hungarian Folk Tales (1992-1996), Spirou (1993–1995), and Carland Cross (1996).
Iliana has a BA in Animation from Krastyo Sarafov National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in Bulgaria, and an MPhil in Arts and Media from the University for the Creative Arts. She also has extensive teaching experience, including at the University of Lincoln.
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Our MA in Story & Previs launched in September teaches both story and previsualisation, allowing students to focus on two career pathways: using traditional drawings skills (storyboards), or digital skills (previs).
Storyboard artists and previs artists both have to solve many of the same problems, including shot flow, cinematography, narrative rhythm, and continuity. Both work closely with the director and editor to bring the story to life.
You can see more about Iliana's work at her online portfolio.
MA Story & Previs
To find out more about the MA in Storyboarding and previsualisation which starts on February 17th, follow this link.
The Escape Studios Animation Blog offers a personal view on the art of animation and visual effects. To find out more about our new BA/MArt, now recruiting for September 2020, follow this link. To apply, visit the offical page here.