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FITC Toronto 2009 Schedule

FITC Toronto 2009 Schedule

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At a Glance
Now in its 8th year, FITC Toronto is one of the largest and longest running events of its kind in the world. With some of the most unique and engaging presenters from around the world, FITC Toronto is an information blitz of presentations, demonstrations, and panel discussions, sandwiched between our legendary FITC parties and abundant networking opportunities. Topped off with the FITC Award Show, it's three days and nights that will leave you inspired, energized and awed.

Three full days and nights of events, plus one day of optional pre-festival workshops
Over 80 presentations and panels covering the Creative, Technical, and Business aspects of Flash and digital media
Over 1000 attendees from around the globe
Over 70 internationally renowned design and technology presenters
Includes the annual FITC Design and Technology Awards Show
Includes four FITC evening events
Includes the 'FITC Get a Job' event on Friday, April 25, a free-to-attend job fair for the Interactive industry
This year's theme: Outside the Lines
Each year we chose a different theme for our Toronto event. This year, it's all about thinking outside the box, or more specifically, outside the lines. Since our first experiments with crayons as a children, we have all been programmed and taught to colour inside the lines. What happens when we break free from the standard, the recommended, the known way of doing things, and instead sketch out our own maps? Be it in the technical, creative, or business area, change is the only constant. FITC Toronto 2009 is a celebration of doing things differently.

Explore the creation of NEW ideas and concepts, where the limits of technology in design and art can be experimented with, reinvented, and redrawn. Learn how designers and technologists are pushing limits that go beyond what their tools are designed to do, how they find alternate ways to get what they want, and push the boundaries of what is possible to avoid mediocrity.
At a Glance
Now in its 8th year, FITC Toronto is one of the largest and longest running events of its kind in the world. With some of the most unique and engaging presenters from around the world, FITC Toronto is an information blitz of presentations, demonstrations, and panel discussions, sandwiched between our legendary FITC parties and abundant networking opportunities. Topped off with the FITC Award Show, it's three days and nights that will leave you inspired, energized and awed.

Three full days and nights of events, plus one day of optional pre-festival workshops
Over 80 presentations and panels covering the Creative, Technical, and Business aspects of Flash and digital media
Over 1000 attendees from around the globe
Over 70 internationally renowned design and technology presenters
Includes the annual FITC Design and Technology Awards Show
Includes four FITC evening events
Includes the 'FITC Get a Job' event on Friday, April 25, a free-to-attend job fair for the Interactive industry
This year's theme: Outside the Lines
Each year we chose a different theme for our Toronto event. This year, it's all about thinking outside the box, or more specifically, outside the lines. Since our first experiments with crayons as a children, we have all been programmed and taught to colour inside the lines. What happens when we break free from the standard, the recommended, the known way of doing things, and instead sketch out our own maps? Be it in the technical, creative, or business area, change is the only constant. FITC Toronto 2009 is a celebration of doing things differently.

Explore the creation of NEW ideas and concepts, where the limits of technology in design and art can be experimented with, reinvented, and redrawn. Learn how designers and technologists are pushing limits that go beyond what their tools are designed to do, how they find alternate ways to get what they want, and push the boundaries of what is possible to avoid mediocrity.

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FITC Toronto 2009 Schedule
Saturday April 25
3-7:00pmGeneral Registration open
 JacksonTom ThomsonCarmichaelOsgoodePapervision3D from the CorePractical ActionScript 3 Whats New in Flash CS4iPhone Application Development
10am to 5pmPre-Festival WorkshopsRalph HauwertR BlankLee BrimelowJames Eberhardt
 Johnston
1pm to 4pmFree workshop
2D to 3D: How to take your project to the next dimensionToronto I & II
12pm to 5pmFree Event
The Get Job Event - FREE to attend!
9pm-1am
Launch Party presented by Algonquin CollegeSunday April 26RoomToronto IToronto IIToronto IIICarmichael/JacksonTom Thomson
8:30Registration opens
Beautiful Algorithms: Design Glue69: Connecting the DotsIntroductionNode Base ProgrammingFeed the Experts: A Sneak Peek Into
10 to 11
from Nature and Mathematics Between the Toolkits to 3D with SourceBinderthe Treasure Chest of Creativity
Alec Cove
Dr. WoohooLouis Marcoux Balázs Serényi
Carlo Blatz / FDT11 to 11:20BreakBreak
Responding to Bodies: The Tinkerers Digital ExperiencesDeveloping Touch Based A Preview of Adobe
11:20 to 12:20
My Work is Watching YouBox Beyond the MonitorFlash Apps for Nokia Devices Flash Catalyst
Camille Utterback 
Mario Klingemann
Mathew Ray, Joseph Corr Martin Barclay, Robert Burdick 
Mark Anders12:20 to 1:40Lunch breaklunch
Art, Gesture, Cool Japanese Flash - Side A99 Problems but a Pitch Ain't OneGaia Framewor
1:40 to 2:40
Computation, Framework 
Masakazu (mash )Ohtsuka, TakahiroPanel: Conlin, Finkelstein,
For Adobe Flash
 Zach Lieberman, Golan Levin of Tmema (nium) Abe & Takayuki (fladdict)Fukatsu Granatta, Lax, Whitlock, SchutzsmithSteven Sacks
2:40 to 3:00Break
Adobe Keynote
3:00 to 4:00
Richard Galvan, Justin Everett-Church
4:00 to 4:15Break
Space
4:15 to 5:156:30 to 9:00
 Josh Davis Exhibit Opening @ The Function13 Galler
9pmFITC Party presented by Influxis
 Joshua Davis of Joshua Davis Studio
 
FITC Toronto 2009 Schedule
Monday April 27RoomToronto IToronto IIToronto IIICarmichael/JacksonTom ThomsonIn Between Flash Interfaces in Animation for Commercials Managing Content forFlashduino!
9:30 to 10:30
the FramesConsole Gamesand Motion Graphics Flash Based Applications
Ron Gervais, Mike McDougallGrant Skinner, Brendan IribeLee FraserThomas Schroecker, Hubert BandurskiTyler Egeto
10:30 to 10:50Break
Immersive EnvironmentsProfessionallyThe Ins and Outs: There is no 'I' in Team .. Marketing Your Skillz (aka Sel
10:50 to 11:50
and Interactive Cinema Pushing PixelsFlash CS4But There is Meat - PanelPromotion for the Shy Creative Type)
Ralph HauwertRichard GalvanHirsch, Mulcahy, LaCivita, Ray, ValenciaDaniel Schutzsmith
11:50 to 12:10Break
Digital Creative AgencyTwisted TexturesOnline, the Flash PlayerStrategies for Flash
12:10 to 1:10
Brand is YOU! Internals v2Integration with Drupal
 Joshua HirschJustin Everett-ChurchCarole GuevinJim CorbettMatt Ronchetti and Alex Motzenbecke
1:10 to 2:30Lunch Break
Pretty PicturesCool ShitHarvestReality Cheque - Running aVideo Production
2:30 to 3:30Hauwert, Klingemann, Serényi,
Freelance Business - Panel on the Cheap
Marcos ChinWoohoo, and WeggheleireJames PatersonCheung, Mulcahy, DiTomaso, Gadzala, LessioPhillip Kerman
3:30 to 3:50Break
MTV Jackass Things Every ActionScriptCheck. Check.Large Scope/
3:50 to 4:50
on AIR Developer Should Know Is this thing on? Little Worry
Brett Rampata of AdobeGrant SkinnerCharles Freedman Stacey Mulcah
4:50 to 5:10
Dame Judy Dench Could
5:10 to 6:10
Kick My Mother's Ass™
Shaun Hamontree of MK12
8pmFITC Flash Awards Party presented by Adobe
Daniel Riley, Ryan Andal

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