Talks

Show and Tell

Monday, 11 August 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM | Vancouver Convention Centre, West Building, Rooms 118-120 Session Chair: Greg Ward, Dolby Laboratories

Stina and the Wolf - Feature Film Production in Education

Staff from the University of Portsmouth describe the making of "Stina and the Wolf", a feature-length CGI film driven by performance capture, and discuss how this novel approach in higher education is giving their students an extra edge.

Alexander Counsell
University of Portsmouth

Paul Charisse
University of Portsmouth

Dark Matter - A Tale of Virtual Production

The graduation-advertisement short film “Dark Matter” combines GPU renderings of CryTek’s CRYENGINE Cinebox with digital cinema footage in real time to further explore virtual moviemaking.

Yafes Sahin
Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg

Simon Spielmann
Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg

Martin Backhaus
Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg

The Making of "Owned": A Student-Built Iterative Pipeline

A large group of Brigham Young University students created a short animated film, "Owned", in two-thrids the time required for previous BYU animations and more time to focus on artistic quality. This was due to a student-generated pipeline that allowed all departments to work in parallel and iterate quickly.

Seth Holladay
Brigham Young University

Brent Adams
Brigham Young University

Brian Kingery
Brigham Young University

Daniel Clark
Brigham Young University

Carson Crawford
Brigham Young University

Kaleb Goulding
Brigham Young University

Jeff Raines
Brigham Young University

Evan Roberts
Brigham Young University

Susan Hatton
Brigham Young University

Andrew Rasmussen
Brigham Young University