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Program #20759RJ
6 Days | 5 Nights
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 Aug 3 — Aug 8, 2014

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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, August 03 - Independent Arrivals/Program Registration/Orienta...
Afternoon: HOTEL CHECK-IN: Check into the Hilton North Los Angeles/Glendale after 3:00PM

PROGRAM REGISTRATION: After you have your room assignment, go over to the Road Scholar table to register with the program staff and pick up your arrival packet which we'll review during our orientation session before dinner.

ORIENTATION: Begins before dinner. We'll have an overview of the program ahead and review the up-to-date schedule, responsibilities, safety guidelines, emergency procedures and any other administrative issues as well as answer your questions. Please be aware that local circumstances may require adjusting program elements. In the event of changes, we will notify you as quickly as possible. We appreciate your understanding.

Dinner: Dinner at hotel

Menus are contracted for the program and are designed to offer balanced, healthy meals for the participants. This program offers two choices for meals: standard and vegetarian. We are unable to customize menus for individuals. However, we have found that by requesting sauces and dressing to be served on the side, we are able to accommodate various food intolerances and allergies. Vegetarian meals must be requested in advance on your Participant Information Form. Unfortunately, there are no other special meal options. Participants with special dietary needs should be prepared to avoid certain foods or supplement the regular meal plan as needed.

Evening: CROSSING POINTS: Participants, grandchildren and International Family Film Festival (IFFF) staff introduce themselves to the rest of the group.

IFFF staff introduce the overall course and set 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, August 04 - Camera Shot Scavenger Hunt / Full Orientation & I...
Camera Shot Scavenger Hunt / Full Orientation & Introduction to My Comic Book Superhero!

Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel

Morning: CLASS & HANDS ON EXPERIENCE: Learn how to use the digital camera and complete a rough draft of the comic book layout.

The Scavenger Hunt for Camera Shots

The International Family Film Festival (IFFF) teacher will pass out film term sheets that have definitions of all of the Camera Angles they will be using. They will explain and demonstrate each of the terms, including all of the camera angles the film crews will have to record on the Scavenger Hunt.

Each crew will receive a camera and a Scavenger Hunt shot list. They will head outside to capture all of the shots on the list. This gives everyone a chance to get used to shooting with the camera and learning the different camera angles to use when they are shooting their film project.

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

Lunch: Lunch at hotel

Afternoon: HANDS ON EXPERIENCE: Each production unit works together to explore Superhero style premises, storylines and storyboards. They explore the specific characteristics of what their superhero will look like, what villians or conflict will be struggled against, and what locations will be needed to inhabit the world of the superhero.

Teams create the overall arc of their comic book panels, cast the parts from within the group, and figure out the best location on the hotel property to shoot the photos needed for their comic book.

An IFFF teacher introduces the computer software that will be used and participants do hands-on exercises to familiarize themselves with the software basics.

Afternoon: CLASS AND HANDS ON EXPERIENCE: Hand Out Materials and Organize Groups

IFFF teachers introduce the concept of "What is a Superhero?" and explore the powers and characteristics that make up a superhero, how the group will embody this originally created character, and how they will make a comic book and animatic of this superhero.

For this project, the group will be divided into smaller PRODUCTION UNITS. The groups meet and each group decides on a different superhero style premise for their comic book and begins early design ideas and story ideas.

Possible Superhero Style Premises (and descriptions):

1. Zero to Hero (A "nobody" down on his/her luck, with no-to-low social status, finds a way to acquire some super powers to become a superhero.)

2. Mutation (Through some extraordinary chemical or physical process, a person is able to mutate at will (or not - think "The Hulk") from an ordinary person into a superhero.)

3. Mind Powers (Through some quirk of fate or exposure to other forces, a person has a unique ability to bend nature with the mind and its powers.)

4. Powers passed down from family members (It's all about "the genes." Like a family trait or characteristic, superhero power is passed on from one to another by DNA.)

5. Secret Identity (This superhero lives a "double life" by living a routine workaday life by day, and a dynamic, danger-filled superhero life by night, or vice versa.)

6. Super Hero Teams/Squads (Superheros team up to accomplish certain goals, often complementing and sometimes contradicting one another's powers.)

7. The Price of Power (Eventually, every power exacts a price. What does a Superhero sacrifice for his/her power, and more importantly, what will he or she DO with that power? Fight good or fight Evil?)

8. Crime Fighter Born Out of Personal Tragedy (Batman, The Punisher)

9. Stranger (often alien) with the ability to help.

Dinner: Dinner at hotel

Evening: CLASS: Comic Book Master

Up close and personal look at how a Comic Book is conceived and rendered from a professional Comic Artist - the perfect follow-up to a day at the studio. Delve deeper into what it takes, and the needed breaks, to make it in the commercial world of Comic Book creators.

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, August 05 - Learning the "Action Tableau"/Movement Specialist...
Learning the "Action Tableau"/Movement Specialist/Costumes & Masks/Record Voice-Overs

Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel

Morning: CLASS: Introduction to composing an interesting and provocative "action tableau", i.e., the shots that will ultimately compose their finished Comic Book.

HANDS ON EXPERIENCE: A stunt/movement specialist will conduct a workshop with participants to demonstrate safe and proper choreography and positioning. This allows participants to "think beyond their normal corporal/ physical norms" and assist in staging their superhero for an exciting and dynamic effect before final photos are taken for the Comic Book. Special attention will be paid to how body language translates into an action, that then elicits a particular feeling, thought and/or emotion.

Lunch: Lunch

Afternoon: HANDS ON EXPERIENCE: Teams will discuss costumes and props at this time. They will have time to create costumes from their own clothes.

Work on voice-over in rehearsal and, with the assistance of the teachers, record the voice-over tape for the animatic.

Dinner: Dinner on your own

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, August 06 - Production/Field Trip
Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel

Morning: HANDS ON EXPERIENCE: Comic Book Storyboard Review, Location Scout and Principal Photography

The teams review their storyboards and check to make sure they have all of the props, masks and costumes they need. They will decide what locations they need to shoot their panels and scout the hotel/adjoining public properties and other easily accessible shooting locations. Principal photography for panels begins. IFFF teachers monitor each team to assist with any technical issues and to make sure the teams are following/ modifying their storyboards efficiently and shooting effectively. Teams download and edit their photographs. Some photo treatments may need to be edited into the photo collection, such as a black & white or sepia treatment.

Lunch: Lunch

Afternoon: FIELD TRIP: Depending on Studio or Art Institute touring schedule availability, visit a premiere Los Angeles studio or leading edge Art Institute and gain an insider's glimpse at what it takes to make the grade in the comic book/illustrative arts industry. This tour is aimed at identifying the needed skills to successfully produce and market content in the publishing, film, game, web, television and other commercial mediums.

Dinner: Dinner

Evening: CLASS: The Art of Voice-Over Acting.

An intimate look at the animation industry, how to create voices, types of characters, microphone techniques and what it takes to perform in the world of voice-over.

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, August 07 - Continue with Production Work/Editing/Film Festiv...
Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel

Morning: HANDS ON EXPERIENCE: Continue finishing the Comic Book Panels and finalize templates, fonts, styles, titles and dialogue balloons for each panel.

HANDS ON EXPERIENCE: Finalize Films with Music, VO and Credits.

IFFF teachers continue to monitor teams and assist with any technical issues.

Principal Photography finishes. Editing continues and Comic Books are finalized and sent off for publishing and binding.

Teams move on to create Animatics. They use video cameras to film panels and match the voice-over track, add Music, and assist with editing to add special effects, sound effects and transitions between panels to fully produce a video of their Comic Book Superhero story.

Lunch: Lunch

Afternoon: HANDS ON EXPERIENCE: Continuation of morning activities

Dinner: Dinner

Evening: EVENING PROGRAM: Publisher's Party and an "Amazing Animatic Film Festival"

Kicking off the final full day of the program, all Participants will receive a full color, high-quality bound copy of the Comic Book Superhero book they have created throughout the week. An "Amazing Animatic Film Festival" will follow in which Participants will each have an opportunity to share their work, in a Q&A format, with the entire group. Digital downloads of the finished book onto thumbdrives provided by IFFF (one per family unit) will also be available following the Animatic presentation.

Lodging: Hilton Glendale Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day Six: Friday, August 08 - Careers in Comic Book Illustration, Publishing an...
Careers in Comic Book Illustration, Publishing and Filmmaking/Independent Departures

Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel

Morning: CLASS: Preparing for a Career in the Comic Book, Animation or Cartoon Industry

An Industry Panel of leading Comic Book Professionals or a single Giant in the industry will present how they individually contribute to the industry, what it takes to make the grade, and how new up-and-comers might approach getting a responsible and realistic start in the industry.

HOTEL CHECK OUT: This concludes the program. We hope you have enjoyed our Comic Book Superhero Intergenerational program and will join us for other rewarding programs in the future. 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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