Video event Antwerp
The last event of the year is dedicated to our video special intrest group. You know the drill: 3 spreakers to share their knowledge and inspire you.
PostOffice Amsterdam - The Visual Effects of "De Bende van Oss"
During this talk the guys form PostOffice Amsterdam will take you with them on the film set of the Dutch feature film “De bende van Oss” to give an insight on the work need for preparing their VFX work. Their work among others was making sure a CG ship was created, added to some shots, plus creation of extensions for some of the sets. Next to that they will talk about the compositing, and color grading stuff they did to finalize their shots.
Jean-Pierre Van Gestel - Smoke on Mac Demo
The all new Autodesk® Smoke® 2013 professional video editing software connects editing and visual effects like never before. Smoke is the professional choice for all-in-one video editing and effects on the Mac®. By integrating familiar editing tools and node-based compositing directly into the timeline, Smoke is revolutionizing video post-production. Save time from complex multi-application workflows by having all the tools you need at your fingertips so you can focus on being creative. Jean-Pierre will takes through the basic interface and highlight some of the softwares key features.
Peter De Maegd - Storytelling for the converged media | Case study THE SPIRAL
Peter De Maegd is an independent film producer who focus on the new opportunities of the converging media.
Over the last decade, Peter was involved in the production and marketing of over a dozen feature films. With his company Potemkino he focused on innovative projects and formats like Where is Gary?, Miss Homeless and Jean wordt Vlaming. These experiences, the partnership with Caviar Films and 7 broadcasters resulted in the participative drama series The Spiral. Peter is the producer and story architect of The Spiral which was simultaneously broadcast in 8 countries and invited the audience to experience the story on tv, online and in reality
The fundamental change in media consumption and audience expectation creates new challenges for film- and television storytelling. The Spiral takes on this challenge. In September 2012, the 5 one-hour episodes was simultaneously broadcast in 9 countries. This trans-European project combines traditional storytelling with innovative gaming, online communities and true audience involvement.comments powered by Disqus