The 8th annual Charleston International Film Festival, a 5 day event, starts on November 4th and will take place at the Charleston Music Hall (37 John Street). The festival provides a premier showcase for all aspects of filmmaking: the art, the filmmaker, talent directors and actors, and the film-lover in all of us. The festival’s goal is to educate the community through the art and science of film, promoting cross-cultural awareness, the exchange of ideas, and social understanding.
As part of a workshop series, Dr. William Bares will present his expertise as a researcher who develops collaborative 3D applications for teaching camera composition and editing. The Virtual Production Workshop will be held on Thursday, November 5th, 2015 at 1:00 PM. The workshop is free to attend and will show a live demonstration of virtual production technologies including motion-tracked virtual cameras and green-screen compositing with Brent Mason of Natural Point, Inc. Brent has several years of experience with major Hollywood productions as a motion capture technician.
For more information, check out the Charleston International Film Festival website, here.