Doors: 10:00AM |
Show Starts: 10:30AM
| All Ages
Event type: All Ages
Sunday October 29
11:00 - 12:00 STRETCHING VFX. HOW TO PUSH THE LIMITS FOR A BUDGET
Creating Visual Effects for Film and Television does not have to be an expensive endeavour any more. Powerful Visual Effects Compositing and Animation software is very affordable and can often be licensed for short projects. In this session we will go over the key ways of creating professional Visual Effects for your next project that won’t chew through your entire budget or take months or years to achieve. Some times basic Visual Effects can actually cut down on production costs. The Visual Effects breakdowns, techniques, terminology and tips and tricks covered in this session will help you gain a better understanding of where to start.
A SEMINAR BY: Scott Doerr has been in the media business for over 30 years. He has been teaching Visual Effects, Motion Graphics, Editing and Animation at Fanshawe College for 20 years. He is currently the Coordinator of the Visual Effects and Editing Program and the Broadcasting - Television and Film Production Program at Fanshawe College. His career included time as an Editor at CBC Television (Toronto) and Producers Post (London). Doerr also operated his own Production company, Doerr Digital Productions, for 15 years and completed Editing, Visual Effects and Animations for a variety of clients in the Film and Television Industry on Commercials, Documentaries, Corporate Videos, Music Videos and Television Shows.
12:30 - 1:30 WORKING WITH TALENT - GETTING THE BEST FROM YOUR ACTORS
How do you get an excellent on camera performance from an inexperienced cast? How do you find the right performer for your film? A panel of directors and performers will discuss the finer points of getting the most natural performance on film.
MODERATED BY: Robbin McDonnell, President of Visual Artists Management. She has been involved in casting, actor model representation, production management, production crew sourcing, location services and special event staffing since 2010.
Our Expert panel includes
Penny Eizinga- Award winning director,
Tyler Parr- Award winning film actor
Katie Ulhman- Casting and acting
Romy Goulem - Filmmaker, Head of Fanshawe Advanced Film Studies
2:30 - 4:30 WINNING SCREENPLAY LIVE TABLE READ
(Announcement and casting to happen in September)
Event Link: More Info
Part of: Forest City Film Festival 2017
Cutoff for Advance Online Ticket Sales: Sunday, October 29, 2017 7:59 am EST