Ravensbourne Turns A Gimmick Into A Storytelling Tool
Following on from the great success of January's 3D Storytelling event, Ravensbourne will be presenting the panel discussion: "Turning a Gimmick into a Storytelling Tool", in collaboration with Skillset and Women in Film and Television.
The discussion will ask what the impact of 3D is on the overall creative process and how 3D enhances that process.
Speakers will include:
- Gareth Unwin, Producer of King's Speech and new 3D production The Flying Machine
- Allan Niblo, Exec Producer of Horrid Henry: The Movie
- Adam May, Producer,Vision 3
- Nick James, Editor Sight and Sound
- Wendy Mitchell, Screen International.
The panel is taking place at the UK Film Centre on Monday 16th May 10.30am www.ukfilmcentre.org.uk
In addition, Ravensbourne will present the following activities during the Cannes Film Festival, with the aim of unravelling the mystery of 3D, and to showing how great stereoscopic content can be developed across all aspects of the storytelling process, from pre-production through to post, engineering and delivery.
3D MOTs. These exclusive sessions for London based freelancers and small-to-medium sized creative companies will offer a taste of the free tailor made 3D consultancy and business support services that Ravensbourne offer. The scheme supports individual companies by looking at how their current slate of projects could be developed, shot and edited in 3D. www.3dstorytelling.co.uk
One to one Surgeries: Industry colleagues are invited to come and meet James Uren, Senior Broadcast Lecturer at Ravensbourne and member of UK Screen Association’s 3D working group. With new opportunities emerging through 3D and digital production seek the advice you need and ask any technical or creative questions you may have about 3D.