AFTRS Launch VR Noir: A Day Before the Night

AFTRS Launch VR Noir: A Day Before the Night
When:
09 Jun 2016
19:00 - 20:00
Location:
Australian Film Television and Radio School, Building 130, The Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park NSW 2021

Imagine creating a virtual reality film experience in which you play the lead role in a gripping drama. Can it be done? The Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) partnered with Start VR to find out. AFTRS is pleased to launch the interactive narrative, VR Noir: A Day Before the Night. The event includes ticketed sessions of the VR Noir experience, an HTC Vive rooftop experience, screenings of VR Noir, Behind the Scenes and Q & A discussion panels with VR Noir creators.

Panel Discussions

The AFTRS and Start VR team discuss the collision of traditional narrative drama and virtual reality. The Q & A's will include hearing from scriptwriters about the challenges of writing for interactive VR; the director about directing performance for VR; the producers about the challenges of VR production; the cinematographer about conception and technical challenges of shooting VR; as well as insights from AFTRS' lecturers in design, music and sound, and FSM post production experts about a new pipeline for delivery of VR content.

Wednesday 8th June, 7pm start.  AFTRS Foyer. Free. No registration required.
Topic: VR Noir: Writing, Directing & Performance

 

Thursday 9th June, 7pm start. AFTRS Main Theatre - ticket allocation exhaused

Launch event. Neil Peplow, CEO of the Australian Film Television and Radio School, hosts a Q & A with the creators of VR Noir: A Day Before the Night, a virtual reality narrative experience.

Friday 10th June, 7pm start. AFTRS Foyer. Free. No registration required.
Topic: VR Noir: Camera, Editing, Sound & Music

 

The VR Noir event is presented by the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) and Start VR.

Related Event: VR Noir: A Day Before The Night. An Interactive Entertainment Experience

Panel Discussions are free. No registration is required.