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.
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
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