Press Release from eDIT 13. Filmmaker’s Festival
eDIT 13. Filmmaker’s Festival is proud to announce presentations of outstanding visual effects for international cinema productions.
John Nelson: The Visual Effects of THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICEAcademy Award winner John Nelson displays the creation of plenty of electrifying mayhem in the live-action version of The Sorcerer's Apprentice, as well as a nod to the famous Disney animated mop scene from Fantasia.
Paul Franklin: The Visual Effects of INCEPTIONPaul Franklin, Visual Effects Supervisor, and founder of Double Negative explains how he made "...some of Inception's most enthralling effects (…) pure visual virtuosity." (Richard Corliss, Time Magazine.)
Richard Stammers: The Visual Effects of ROBIN HOODRichard Stammers, Visual Effects Supervisor, MPC. One of MPC’s main challenges was to create the invading French Armada and the ensuing battle with the English army. A combination of matte painting and CG projections were used to recreate medieval London.
Craig Hammack: The Visual Effects of THE LAST AIRBENDERFor The Last Airbender, director M. Night Shyamalan turned to Industrial Light & Magic to create dynamic fighting scenes featuring elemental manipulation, as well as complex creatures and environments. Associate VFX supervisor Craig Hammack will take us through some of ILM's main technical challenges.
The Visual Effects of THE EXPENDABLESScott Coulter, Producer, Worldwide FX and Stefan Tchakarov, Studio Supervisor, Worldwide FX.
More VFX Shows. Including:Managing Thousands of Assets for PRINCE OF PERSIA’s City of Alamut: Gregory Meeres-Young, Lighting TD, MPCThe invisible Visual Effects of GREEN ZONE: Sean Stranks, Double Negative.The Visual Effects of THE EXPENDABLES: Scott Coulter, Producer, and Stefan Tchakarov, Studio Supervisor, Worldwide FX in Sofia, Bulgaria.PINA - The Making of 3D Documentary: Sven Heck and Wolf Bosse of PICTORION das werk.Postproduction in TV: Panel on the innovative use of digital postproduction in TV-Production.
Find out more about the event at http://www.edit-frankfurt.de.