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3D Flic and CFC Media Lab are co-presenting “3D For Real”, a free masterclass on 3D filmmaking for independent filmmakers at the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival. The masterclass will feature a series of expert speakers and examples of their work will be shown in 3D at the theatre.
SAT, NOV 10 | 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM | Jackman Hall AGO (317 Dundas Street West) | FREE | Open to the public
How can 3D be used to further storytelling with independent budget constraints? This type of filmmaking technology demands a fresh breed of director to harness unprecedented levels of creativity and resourcefulness. The rich possibilities of 3D filmmaking on a budget will spur lively discussion on visionary filmmaking that incorporates technology to extraordinary effect. 3D examples will be shown.
With: Park Hong-Min, Director (A Fish); Laurie Wilcox (3D Flic); Tim Dashwood, Stereographer
Moderator: Dean Vargas, Creative Director (Motion Pantry)
Want to learn more about High Frame Rate Stereoscopic 3D Cinema?
Join us for a one day workshop with key industry and academic leaders in HFR research. HFR will be discussed in terms of scientific, technical, artistic and production/delivery pipeline issues with particular attention to practical issues in production, post-production and delivery of content. The workshop features talks with industry and academic leaders in HFR research, development and practice as well as practical demonstrations.
An in-depth feature on Solar Collector will be part of the Art and Science theme on the Discovery Channel’s Canadian show, Daily Planet, tonight (Monday Sept 22nd) at 7pm and 11pm EST.
For more info on the project, visit: solarcollector.ca
Solar Collector – a solar-powered, web-connected, interactive sculpture
by Matt Gorbet, Rob Gorbet, and Susan Gorbet
Evening launch party and performance
June 21st, 8:30pm
(the sculpture comes to life at dusk, ~9:30pm)
We invite you to celebrate the summer solstice at the launch of Solar Collector on June 21st. Bring an evening picnic out to the grassy lawn under the apple trees, and enjoy live music to accompany the sculpture’s performance.
100 Maple Grove Road, Cambridge, Ontario (Google satellite map: http://tinyurl.com/63namo )