The future of filmmaking is in your hands! Virtual Production is ushering in a new era of storytelling and is being adopted by film and television creatives...

Virtual Production - Story Telling Reimagined

Location:

The Great Hall, Level 5, Tower Building
2007 NSW
Australia

Venue:
Vivid Ideas Exchange, University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
Price:
Free event - registration required
This is an image of a movie set surrounded by a large screen portraying the background scene
This is an image of a movie set surrounded by a large screen portraying the background scene

Event Details

The future of filmmaking is in your hands!

Virtual Production is ushering in a new era of storytelling and is being adopted by film and television creatives worldwide. This increasingly popular and effective filmmaking method uses a suite of software tools to combine live action footage and computer graphics with real-time communication. Whether you’re working on episodic animation, live-action blockbusters, or short-form content, techniques including in-camera visual effects are now being used for high-quality previsualisation and creating spectacular visual effects that simplify and turbo-charge post production.

As a result, filmmakers and contributors across multiple locations can collaborate and deliver feedback across digital or physical environments where cast members are on set. The technology offers real-time workflows that are transforming established pipelines and delivering greater personal, creative control.

This event will bring together a range of Virtual Production pioneers. Hear from the experts at Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) one of the few companies offering real time technology services in Australia, boutique company Spectre Studios an Unreal Engine design and virtual production studio, as well as emerging filmmakers using Virtual Production to make features and shorts from their kitchen table.

This is an opportunity for digital creatives and screen practitioners to learn about technologies that have the potential to transform the NSW film and television industry.

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