Professional Development Seminars & Workshops
Space Out Of Time; VR Filmmaking; A cinematic approach to storytelling- CANCELLED
- Presented by:
- Eve M. Cohen
- Professional Development Seminars & Workshops
- November 02, 2016
- Doors open 7:00 pm; program begins 7:30 pm
- Free. Advanced registration required; space is limited
- Canon Hollywood Professional Technology & Support Center
6060 Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, California 90028
Virtual reality not a new way to make films, but rather is a new medium through which you can tell stories. Starting with the basics of VR—we begin by discussing the philosophy behind the immersive experience, then exposing technical VR rules. We will break down a typical VR shoot from pre-production all the way through workflow, post and viewing.
VR takes the experience of film viewing to another level by immersing viewers in the narrative, and when the headsets go on, we as filmmakers have to step back and let them create their own personal story in virtual reality.
Eve M. Cohen is an award winning cinematographer whose work ranges from independent feature films to reality TV, documentaries, and most recently cinematic Virtual Reality. Eve just finished post-production on the feature film "Be Somebody" (dir. Joshua Caldwell) where she was the first cinematographer to use the EOS C300 Mark II. She has also filmed a variety of projects for A+E, MTV, Sundance, Lifetime and History, and is currently working on films for VICE, CNN and ESPN. Her most recent Virtual Reality project "The Visitor" (dir. James Kaelan) is appearing at select film festivals. Eve was the director of photography of the truly independent film "Like The Water" (dir. Caroline von Kuhn) which was the catalyst for the creation of crowdfunding and distribution platform Seed&Spark.
Tonight will be a very unique and interesting discussion, please join us.
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