Emily Carr University S3D Centre and DocBC Present Intro to S3D Documentary Workshop

Saturday, June 8, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT) at Emily Carr University of Art + Design.

Join the S3D Centre in conjunction with the Documentary Organization of Canada, BC Chapter, in exploring the topic of Stereoscopic 3D as a useful storytelling technique for documentary filmmaking.

The full day workshop will focus on practical and theoretical S3D production and post-production methods. Attendees will discover how creating S3D projects is a process of reinvention for filmmakers, and a new form of perception for viewers.

This is an opportunity to handle and operate S3D tools, and also network with production members wanting to create an S3D project.

PRESENTERS:

Alan Goldman, Adjunct Research Associate
Sean Arden, Research Technician
Denise Quesnel, Adjunct Research Associate

THE WORKSHOP WILL COVER THE FOLLOWING AREAS:

The terminology and fundamentals of S3D filmmaking
Hands on practice with a range of tools available to shoot in S3D
New ideas to consider for a S3D project over a 2D project
A explanation of the post production pipeline
The financing and business avenues for stereo 3D films that differ from traditional documentary practices
Examples of successful S3D documentaries

SCHEDULE:

The course will be comprised of 3 section and it will run for a full day. 8.5 hours including a 1 hour lunch and 2 x15min breaks.

0900-1030 : Introduction and fundamentals
1030 – 1045 : Break
1045 -1200 : Hands on 3D Gear Demo
1200 – 1300 : Lunch
1300 – 1430 : Post Production Demo
1430 – 1445 : Break
1445 -1600 : Business of 3D
1600 – 1700 : Questions and Discussions

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