The Ultimate S3D Campus Training for 2012/2013
S3D Campus offers soon a training combining practice and theory with experts of the S3D production workflows. Supported by the European MEDIA programme for 3 years, S3D Campus offers an exceptional learning frame in terms of means and opportunities to build or reinforce the professional network of the participants.
From November 19 to 28, 2012, S3D Campus will offer an 8-day training program on Producing an S3D Film, from conception to screen. Divided into groups of 5 to 7 people, the participants will produce a S3D sequence and each one of them will be in charge of the stereography of a plan with challenges problematics to overcome. During practice workshops punctuated by educational breaks, the participants will be confronted to on-site problematics linked to S3D production. The plans will then beedited and graded in 3D in order to produce a final sequence.
This concept will allow to discover the different stages of S3D production stages, but also to get more personal answers about S3D production. Thus, participants will be able to gain the essential knowledge to conduct a S3D project.
Goals of this training:
– How to integrate 3D narration basis and how to react when being confronted to its problematics (the team will think about the diversity of the technical and creative choices)
– Gain the indispensable notions to be able to start a constructive conversation with a 3D stereographer during the shooting and on all the production stages
– Try and use the different 3D tools from shooting to editing
Added to the pedagogical curriculum, this training offers an opportunity to develop a European professional network; therefore several days will be ending with a dinner, a networking cocktail or a screening.
S3D Campus participants will be trained by 10 renowned professionals of S3D fields (stereographers, producers, post-producers). Last trainings welcomed experimented stereographers such as Alain and Josephine Derobe, Bernard Mendiburu, Eric Deren
Produce 3D sequences, from conception to screen takes into account all the production stages, weither being technical, economical or creative. Welcoming international participants from different background (trainers and trainees). Eric Deren – who was the lead stereographer on The Amazing Spiderman and most recently on Sam Raimi movie Oz: the Great and the Powerful will be, among others, trainer on the next S3D Campus session. S3D Campus promotes an exchange of ideas and talents. Via this process, S3D Campus is actively involved in the development of a European network.
This training program is sponsored by the European Union’s MEDIA program; it will gather some fifteen participants, selection based on their resume and cover letter. Applications must be sent to the organizers before October 20th 2012.