2nd Toronto Int’l Stereo-3D Conference: Registration is now open!
The conference will take place at the TIFF Bell Lightbox.
The Toronto International Stereoscopic 3D Conference is an acclaimed unique international gathering of creative, scientific and business minds discussing, discovering and inspiring innovation in ìStereoscopic 3Dî Cinema.
Brought together by the 3D Film Innovation Consortium (3D FLIC), the Conference offers the highest quality discussions on the creative, scientific and business challenges and possibilities of Stereoscopic 3D.
“3D is a great medium for short films adding a new dimension to a visual story and the experience of a short storytelling,” says committee member and Director of Foxed! James Stewart. “Canadians have been leading the way in this art form with IMAX, the NFB and independents crafting compelling 3D stories for the large screen…getting to see a full program of 3D shorts is extremely rare.”
There are several members of the 3D Society presenting from chapters around the world: Jim Chabin (USA, Int’l 3D and Advanced Imaging Society), James Stewart (USA/Canada, Geneva Film Co), Catherine Owens (USA/UK, film director), Buzz Hays (USA, True Image Co), Denise Quesnel (Canada, S3D Centre), Adam May (UK, Vision3), Ian Herring (Canada, Parallax Films), and Hugh Murray (Canada, IMAX).
For information on the Conference Programme and Registration: www.tis3dc.ca
The 2nd Toronto International Stereoscopic 3D Conference is brought to you by:
City of Toronto – Film and Television Office, GRAND-NCE, Ontario Media Development Corporation (OMDC), York University – Faculty of Fine Arts
International 3D Society (I3DS), Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE), PS Production Services Ltd.
3D FLIC Partners: York University, Ontario Media Development Corporation (OMDC), 3D International Media Partners (3DIMP), Arc Productions Inc., Canadian Film Centre Media Lab (CFC), Christie Digital, Cinespace Studios, Creative Post Inc., IMAX, Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE), PS Production Services Inc., Ryerson University, Side Effects Software, Screen Industries Research and Training Centre (SIRT).