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ACTIVITY LEVEL: Moderate
EasyFor people looking to exercise their minds more than their bodies. There’s minimal walking and not too many stairs.
ModerateThese programs get you on your feet and include activities such as walking up to a mile in a day through a city and standing in a museum for a few hours.
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Itinerary for Jul 26 — Jul 31, 2015

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Type: Full Service Hotel

Description: This 19-story stylish hotel with 351 guest rooms is conveniently located in an area central to many of Los Angeles’ most popular attractions. The hotel is moments from many educational and entertaining venues such as the L.A. Zoo, Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles Natural History Museum, Universal Studios, and Warner Brothers Studios to name a few. The Hilton Glendale Hotel is a full service hotel offering an abundance of amenities to make every guest feel right at home. It also provides a free shuttle service to and from the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, allowing your travels to be relaxing and worry free. Offering sweeping views of the Verdugo Mountain Range as well as dazzling city views of Glendale, guests will soak in the contrasting beauty of mountainous nature and the sleekness of a modern city; an excellent combination to inspire creativity!

Contact info:
100 West Glenoaks Blvd
Glendale, CA 91202 USA
phone: 818-956-5466
web: www.hiltonlosangelesglendale.com

Room amenities: The stylish, comfortable all non-smoking guest rooms feature signature bedding from The Hilton Serenity Collection and premiere amenities including super-topper mattress pads, 250-count European-style linens, and down duvets and pillows. Each room is equipped with bath amenities, coffee makers high-speed Internet access, 32-inch flat panel television, clock radio/MP3 connection, and a work desk and ergonomic desk chair.

Facility amenities: Extraordinary service and superior in-room amenities create a world-class hotel experience at the Hilton Los Angeles North/Glendale hotel. The hotel provides its guests with an outdoor heated pool with Jacuzzi, well-equipped fitness center, two full-service restaurants, ATM, concierge service, Business Center (complimentary printing/fax $3), car rental desk, coin-operated guest laundry ($1), gift shop, and baggage storage. WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS: The hotel provides free Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel including guest rooms. The hotel applies a charge of $9.95/day for an Ethernet connection. PARKING: Road Scholar participants receive a discounted parking rate of $10/day for self-parking and $19/day for valet parking. COMPLIMENTARY SHUTTLE TO BOB HOPE BURBANK AIRPORT: Free hotel shuttle van service is based upon availability. An advance reservation is required.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: $159.00
Participants can reserve a room up to three nights before or three nights after at a discounted Road Scholar price. To make reservations please call the hotel directly at 818-551-4086 and ask for the Reservations Manager, Glenda Santos. You may also email the Sales Manager at: Shannon.zambrano2@hilton.com.

Check in time: 3:00 PM


Day One: Sunday, July 26 - Arrival, Check-in, Registration, Orientation, Wel...
Note: Hotel check-in from 3:00 p.m.

Afternoon: Program Registration: After you have your room assignment, come over to the Road Scholar table to register with the program staff and get your welcome packet containing your name-tag, up-to-date schedule that reflects any last-minute changes, and other important information. If you arrive late, please ask for your packet when you check in.

Orientation: The Group Leader will greet everyone and lead introductions. We will review the program theme, the up-to-date Daily Schedule and any changes, discuss safety guidelines, emergency procedures, roles and responsibilities, and answer any questions you may have.

Indicated times are approximate. Program activities, schedules, and personnel may need to change due to local circumstances. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. All classes and events will be taking place in our meeting room at the hotel unless specified otherwise. Thank you for your understanding.

We have set aside some free time in the schedule for your personal independent exploration. The Group Leader will often be available during free time to accompany informal excursions, activities, or meals that have been excluded from the program cost. You are welcome to join if you like, with any associated costs on your own.

Dinner: At the hotel, enjoy a plated meal that includes water, coffee, and tea.

Evening: Staff from the International Family Film Festival, also known as the IFFF, will introduce themselves and the program to the rest of the group. With a better set of expectations for the week, enjoy the remainder of the evening getting to know your fellow participants and discovering what you share beyond a love of lifelong learning.

Lodging: Hilton Glendale Hotel

Meals Included: Dinner
Type: Full Service Hotel

Description: This 19-story stylish hotel with 351 guest rooms is conveniently located in an area central to many of Los Angeles’ most popular attractions. The hotel is moments from many educational and entertaining venues such as the L.A. Zoo, Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles Natural History Museum, Universal Studios, and Warner Brothers Studios to name a few. The Hilton Glendale Hotel is a full service hotel offering an abundance of amenities to make every guest feel right at home. It also provides a free shuttle service to and from the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, allowing your travels to be relaxing and worry free. Offering sweeping views of the Verdugo Mountain Range as well as dazzling city views of Glendale, guests will soak in the contrasting beauty of mountainous nature and the sleekness of a modern city; an excellent combination to inspire creativity!

Contact info:
100 West Glenoaks Blvd
Glendale, CA 91202 USA
phone: 818-956-5466
web: www.hiltonlosangelesglendale.com

Room amenities: The stylish, comfortable all non-smoking guest rooms feature signature bedding from The Hilton Serenity Collection and premiere amenities including super-topper mattress pads, 250-count European-style linens, and down duvets and pillows. Each room is equipped with bath amenities, coffee makers high-speed Internet access, 32-inch flat panel television, clock radio/MP3 connection, and a work desk and ergonomic desk chair.

Facility amenities: Extraordinary service and superior in-room amenities create a world-class hotel experience at the Hilton Los Angeles North/Glendale hotel. The hotel provides its guests with an outdoor heated pool with Jacuzzi, well-equipped fitness center, two full-service restaurants, ATM, concierge service, Business Center (complimentary printing/fax $3), car rental desk, coin-operated guest laundry ($1), gift shop, and baggage storage. WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS: The hotel provides free Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel including guest rooms. The hotel applies a charge of $9.95/day for an Ethernet connection. PARKING: Road Scholar participants receive a discounted parking rate of $10/day for self-parking and $19/day for valet parking. COMPLIMENTARY SHUTTLE TO BOB HOPE BURBANK AIRPORT: Free hotel shuttle van service is based upon availability. An advance reservation is required.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: $159.00
Participants can reserve a room up to three nights before or three nights after at a discounted Road Scholar price. To make reservations please call the hotel directly at 818-551-4086 and ask for the Reservations Manager, Glenda Santos. You may also email the Sales Manager at: Shannon.zambrano2@hilton.com.

Check in time: 3:00 PM


Day Two: Monday, July 27 - Scavenger Hunt, Begin Comic Book, Production Clas...
Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel enjoy a variety of options plus water, coffee, and tea.

Morning: At the hotel, our IFFF teacher will then introduce the basics of camera recording the first steps of completing a comic book. They will out a term sheet explaining all the camera angles we’ll be using and other fun film terms, and then demonstrate each of them terms and the camera angles.

Dividing into film crews by the grandchildren’s age, you will receive a camera and a camera shot list for a scavenger hunt. Heading outside to try and capture each shot, everyone gets a change to practice shooting with the camera and learn the different camera angles you see on the big screen. Once you’ve finished capturing the shots, return to the classroom to download the footage with the help of the teacher, who will review the footage with you and make sure you got all the right shots.

Each crew will also work as a production unit to create a rough draft of their comic book with dialogue.

Lunch: At the hotel, plus water, coffee, and tea.

Afternoon: Working together in our production units, we will explore the Superhero style premises, storylines, and storyboards. The storyboard was as technique developed by Walt Disney to draw out and visualize the story. Using this process, we will explore the specific characteristics of what the superhero will look like, what villains or conflicts they will struggle against, and the world that the superhero will live in.

Creating an overall arc of the comic book panels, teams will cast the parts and determine the best location within the hotel to shoot the photos needed for the comic book.

An IFFF teacher will then introduce the computer software that will be used to create our comic book. Under the teachers supervision, its our turn to use the software and become familiar with the basics needed to create a comic book.

We will work with our IFFF teachers to determine what makes a superhero. Having gained ground in the 1930’s, superheroes like Batman and Superman are some of the most easily recognizable faces today. We will explore the powers and characteristics that embody a superhero, and work towards creating and animating our own, original hero. In addition to creating our own comic, each team will create a video of the hero’s backstory.

Dividing into smaller production units, we will begin the early stages of superhero and comic book development. The units will decide on a different superhero style premise for their comic book and begin early design and story ideas.

Afternoon: Superheroes come in all shapes and sizes, with different motives and stories. Possible premises include:

1. Zero to Hero – a “nobody” who was down on their luck and few prospects in life but finds a way to acquire superpowers to become a hero. Ex. – Captain America, Spider Man

2. Mutation – Undergoing a chemical or physical process allowing a person to mutate. Ex. – The Hulk, The Flash

3. Mind Powers – Through fate or exposure to other forces, the person can control their surroundings with their mind. Ex. – Professor X, Dr. Manhattan

4. Family – Powers or characteristics passed down through family lines. Ex. – Superman, Thor

5. Secret Identity – Living a double life as an everyday person and a dynamic superhero. Ex. – Peter Parker, Bruce Wayne

6. Superhero Teams – Working together to accomplish a set of goals. Ex. – Watchmen, Justice League

7. Price of Power – Does power come with a price? As Uncle Ben said, “With great power comes great responsibility.”

8. Personal Tragedy – Undergoing a personal loss or tragedy as motivation. Ex. – The Punisher, Batman

9. Stranger – Someone who decides to help, often an alien. Ex. – Martian Manhunter

Dinner: At the hotel.

Evening: Meeting with a professional comic artist, we’ll receive an up close and personal look at how a comic book is created and produced. Delve deeper into the process from the beginning to the end and everything in between to make it in the world of comic books.

Lodging: Hilton Glendale Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Full Service Hotel

Description: This 19-story stylish hotel with 351 guest rooms is conveniently located in an area central to many of Los Angeles’ most popular attractions. The hotel is moments from many educational and entertaining venues such as the L.A. Zoo, Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles Natural History Museum, Universal Studios, and Warner Brothers Studios to name a few. The Hilton Glendale Hotel is a full service hotel offering an abundance of amenities to make every guest feel right at home. It also provides a free shuttle service to and from the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, allowing your travels to be relaxing and worry free. Offering sweeping views of the Verdugo Mountain Range as well as dazzling city views of Glendale, guests will soak in the contrasting beauty of mountainous nature and the sleekness of a modern city; an excellent combination to inspire creativity!

Contact info:
100 West Glenoaks Blvd
Glendale, CA 91202 USA
phone: 818-956-5466
web: www.hiltonlosangelesglendale.com

Room amenities: The stylish, comfortable all non-smoking guest rooms feature signature bedding from The Hilton Serenity Collection and premiere amenities including super-topper mattress pads, 250-count European-style linens, and down duvets and pillows. Each room is equipped with bath amenities, coffee makers high-speed Internet access, 32-inch flat panel television, clock radio/MP3 connection, and a work desk and ergonomic desk chair.

Facility amenities: Extraordinary service and superior in-room amenities create a world-class hotel experience at the Hilton Los Angeles North/Glendale hotel. The hotel provides its guests with an outdoor heated pool with Jacuzzi, well-equipped fitness center, two full-service restaurants, ATM, concierge service, Business Center (complimentary printing/fax $3), car rental desk, coin-operated guest laundry ($1), gift shop, and baggage storage. WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS: The hotel provides free Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel including guest rooms. The hotel applies a charge of $9.95/day for an Ethernet connection. PARKING: Road Scholar participants receive a discounted parking rate of $10/day for self-parking and $19/day for valet parking. COMPLIMENTARY SHUTTLE TO BOB HOPE BURBANK AIRPORT: Free hotel shuttle van service is based upon availability. An advance reservation is required.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: $159.00
Participants can reserve a room up to three nights before or three nights after at a discounted Road Scholar price. To make reservations please call the hotel directly at 818-551-4086 and ask for the Reservations Manager, Glenda Santos. You may also email the Sales Manager at: Shannon.zambrano2@hilton.com.

Check in time: 3:00 PM


Day Three: Tuesday, July 28 - Begin Shooting, Stunt Class, Comic & Video Produc...
Breakfast: At the hotel.

Morning: Our teacher will lead an introduction to composing an interesting and provocative "action tableau", i.e., the shots that will ultimately compose their finished Comic Book. “Action tableau” is collection of images across varying media formats that will be used to format the final product – our comic books. We will be joined by a stunt and movement specialist for a special workshop on safe and proper choreography and positioning. Step into the shoes of a superhero and learn how they need to think and move when fighting crime. This will help assist in staging their superhero for an exciting and dynamic effect before final photos are taken for the comic book. We’ll be sure to pay special attention to the role of body language and the emotions or feelings it gives off as it translates into an action.

Lunch: At the hotel.

Afternoon: Together with the crew, discuss costumes and props. You’ll be given time to create costumes from your own clothes to really bring your superhero to life. This time can also be used to work on voice-overs and with the assistance of the teachers, record the voice-over tape for the animatic – or the stage of storyboarding where you work on animation and special effects.

Dinner: This meal has been excluded from the program cost and is on your own to enjoy what you like. The Group Leader will be happy to offer suggestions and give directions.

Evening: At leisure.

Lodging: Hilton Glendale Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch
Type: Full Service Hotel

Description: This 19-story stylish hotel with 351 guest rooms is conveniently located in an area central to many of Los Angeles’ most popular attractions. The hotel is moments from many educational and entertaining venues such as the L.A. Zoo, Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles Natural History Museum, Universal Studios, and Warner Brothers Studios to name a few. The Hilton Glendale Hotel is a full service hotel offering an abundance of amenities to make every guest feel right at home. It also provides a free shuttle service to and from the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, allowing your travels to be relaxing and worry free. Offering sweeping views of the Verdugo Mountain Range as well as dazzling city views of Glendale, guests will soak in the contrasting beauty of mountainous nature and the sleekness of a modern city; an excellent combination to inspire creativity!

Contact info:
100 West Glenoaks Blvd
Glendale, CA 91202 USA
phone: 818-956-5466
web: www.hiltonlosangelesglendale.com

Room amenities: The stylish, comfortable all non-smoking guest rooms feature signature bedding from The Hilton Serenity Collection and premiere amenities including super-topper mattress pads, 250-count European-style linens, and down duvets and pillows. Each room is equipped with bath amenities, coffee makers high-speed Internet access, 32-inch flat panel television, clock radio/MP3 connection, and a work desk and ergonomic desk chair.

Facility amenities: Extraordinary service and superior in-room amenities create a world-class hotel experience at the Hilton Los Angeles North/Glendale hotel. The hotel provides its guests with an outdoor heated pool with Jacuzzi, well-equipped fitness center, two full-service restaurants, ATM, concierge service, Business Center (complimentary printing/fax $3), car rental desk, coin-operated guest laundry ($1), gift shop, and baggage storage. WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS: The hotel provides free Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel including guest rooms. The hotel applies a charge of $9.95/day for an Ethernet connection. PARKING: Road Scholar participants receive a discounted parking rate of $10/day for self-parking and $19/day for valet parking. COMPLIMENTARY SHUTTLE TO BOB HOPE BURBANK AIRPORT: Free hotel shuttle van service is based upon availability. An advance reservation is required.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: $159.00
Participants can reserve a room up to three nights before or three nights after at a discounted Road Scholar price. To make reservations please call the hotel directly at 818-551-4086 and ask for the Reservations Manager, Glenda Santos. You may also email the Sales Manager at: Shannon.zambrano2@hilton.com.

Check in time: 3:00 PM


Day Four: Wednesday, July 29 - Principal Photography, Field Trip, Voice-Over’s C...
Breakfast: At the hotel.

Morning: Continue working on the comic books by reviewing your storyboards and making sure that you have all the props, masks, and costumes needed. As everything comes together, decide what locations you need to shoot for the panels by scouting the hotel and adjoining public properties for easily accessible shooting locations.

Now that all the preliminary details have been hammered out, its time to begin shooting, or principal photography. All shooting will be done under the watchful eye of our IFFF teachers, who will monitor different crews and assist with any technical issues that may arise. Teams will download and add any edits their photos, such as sepia or black & white.

Lunch: At the hotel.

Afternoon: Boarding our private motor coach we’ll take a field trip to a premier Los Angeles office for an insiders glimpse of the comic book and illustrative arts industry and see what it really takes to create the final product we see on store shelves. We’ll learn what skills are needed to successfully produce and market content in publishing, film, game, and other commercial industries.

Dinner: At the hotel.

Evening: We’ll have an intimate look at the animation industry, specifically voice-over acting from a professional voice-over actor. We’ll take a look at how to create voice, types of characters, microphone techniques, and what it takes to perform in the world of voice-over acting.

Lodging: Hilton Glendale Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Full Service Hotel

Description: This 19-story stylish hotel with 351 guest rooms is conveniently located in an area central to many of Los Angeles’ most popular attractions. The hotel is moments from many educational and entertaining venues such as the L.A. Zoo, Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles Natural History Museum, Universal Studios, and Warner Brothers Studios to name a few. The Hilton Glendale Hotel is a full service hotel offering an abundance of amenities to make every guest feel right at home. It also provides a free shuttle service to and from the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, allowing your travels to be relaxing and worry free. Offering sweeping views of the Verdugo Mountain Range as well as dazzling city views of Glendale, guests will soak in the contrasting beauty of mountainous nature and the sleekness of a modern city; an excellent combination to inspire creativity!

Contact info:
100 West Glenoaks Blvd
Glendale, CA 91202 USA
phone: 818-956-5466
web: www.hiltonlosangelesglendale.com

Room amenities: The stylish, comfortable all non-smoking guest rooms feature signature bedding from The Hilton Serenity Collection and premiere amenities including super-topper mattress pads, 250-count European-style linens, and down duvets and pillows. Each room is equipped with bath amenities, coffee makers high-speed Internet access, 32-inch flat panel television, clock radio/MP3 connection, and a work desk and ergonomic desk chair.

Facility amenities: Extraordinary service and superior in-room amenities create a world-class hotel experience at the Hilton Los Angeles North/Glendale hotel. The hotel provides its guests with an outdoor heated pool with Jacuzzi, well-equipped fitness center, two full-service restaurants, ATM, concierge service, Business Center (complimentary printing/fax $3), car rental desk, coin-operated guest laundry ($1), gift shop, and baggage storage. WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS: The hotel provides free Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel including guest rooms. The hotel applies a charge of $9.95/day for an Ethernet connection. PARKING: Road Scholar participants receive a discounted parking rate of $10/day for self-parking and $19/day for valet parking. COMPLIMENTARY SHUTTLE TO BOB HOPE BURBANK AIRPORT: Free hotel shuttle van service is based upon availability. An advance reservation is required.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: $159.00
Participants can reserve a room up to three nights before or three nights after at a discounted Road Scholar price. To make reservations please call the hotel directly at 818-551-4086 and ask for the Reservations Manager, Glenda Santos. You may also email the Sales Manager at: Shannon.zambrano2@hilton.com.

Check in time: 3:00 PM


Day Five: Thursday, July 30 - Continue Production, Backstory Video, Publisher’s...
Breakfast: At the hotel.

Morning: Use this time to continue finishing the comic book panels and finalize templates, fonts, styles, titles, and dialogue balloons. Our IFFF teachers will continue to monitor teams and assist with any technical issues. We will finish principle photography and editing so our comics can be finalized and sent off for publishing and binding.

The rest of the morning and afternoon will be used to create the animatics and the superhero’s backstory video. Use video cameras to film panels and match the voice-over track, add music, and assist with editing. We will also add special effects, sound effects and transitions between panels to fully produce a video of the hero’s backstory.

Lunch: At the hotel.

Afternoon: Continue creating and working on the animatics and the hero’s backstory video.

Dinner: At the hotel.

Evening: Enjoy a special publisher’s party and film festival celebrating all we have accomplished over the past week. Each participant will receive a full color, high-quality bound copy of the comic book their team worked on and created during the week. An “Amazing Animatic Film Festival” will follow with an opportunity for each time to share their hero’s backstory and have a Q&A about their work with the entire group.

IFFF will provide each family with a flash drive containing digital downloads of the finished book at the conclusion of the evening.

Lodging: Hilton Glendale Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day Six: Friday, July 31 - Careers in Illustration, Program Concludes
Note: Hotel check-out by 12:00 Noon.

Breakfast: At the hotel.

Morning: We will wrap up our program with a class on how to prepare for a career in the comic book, animation, or cartoon industry. A professional will present what their individual role in the industry, what it takes to make the cut, and how new up-and-comers may approach getting a responsible and realistic start in the industry. This concludes our program.

We hope you enjoy all your Road Scholar learning adventures and we look forward to having you on rewarding programs in the future. We encourage you to join our Facebook page and share photos of your program. Visit us at www.facebook.com/rsadventures. Best wishes for all your journeys!

Meals Included: Breakfast


Free Time Opportunities


Glendale, California
Paramount Studios5555 Melrose Ave

Hollywood, CA 90038

323-956-1777

$48/person for the 2-hour Studio Tour.

Tour Times: Every half hour from 9:30AM-2:00PM, Mon-Sun. Weekend schedules may vary.
For additional information, visit: http://www.paramountstudios.com/

Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens5333 Zoo Drive

Los Angeles, CA 90027

323-644-4200

Ticket Prices: Seniors. (62+) $15.00; Adults (13+) $18.00

Hours: Mon-Sunday 10am-5pm
For additional information, visit: http://www.lazoo.org/

Griffith Park Observatory2800 E Observatory Ave

Los Angeles, CA 90027

213-473-0800

Admission to Observatory is Free Sr. rate (60+) for Samuel Oschin Planetarium shows-$5.00; purchase on site

Tue-Fri Noon-10PM, Sat-Sun 10AM-10PM CLOSED MONDAYS
For additional information, visit: http://www.griffithobs.org/

Universal Studios Hollywood100 Universal City Plaza

Universal City, CA 91608.

1-800-UNIVERSAL

Ticket Prices: $84.00

Open 365 days a year. M-F 10am-5pm, Sat.-Sun. 9am-6pm
For additional information, visit: www.universalstudioshollywood.com

Warner Brothers Studios3400 Riverside Drive, Gate 6

Burbank, CA 91522

877-492-8687

$54/ticket.

Tours depart: Mon-Sat 8:15am-4pm and Sundays (limited availability).
For additional information, visit: http://vipstudiotour.warnerbros.com/

Americana at The Brand889 Americana Way

Glendale, CA 91210

(818) 637-8982 Mon. - Thurs.: 10 am - 9 pm, Fri. - Sat.: 10 am - 10 pm, Sun.: 11 am - 8 pm
For additional information, visit: http://www.americanaatbrand.com/


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