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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE TRIBECA TALKS

WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE: TECHNOLOGY & THE EVOLUTION OF VISUAL STORYTELLING

TFF 2016
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE: TECHNOLOGY & THE EVOLUTION OF VISUAL STORYTELLING [TFF 2016]
Whether creating an immersive experience which puts you in the center of an iconic film, flying drones through New York City and beyond, or creating 360 degree visual experiences shot in real time, technology has never offered more exciting ways to break visual boundaries. Hear from some of the pioneers and innovators who are not only shooting in new and unique ways, but also helping to shape the technology that is used for filmmakers and storytellers throughout the industry as a result.

Speakers include: Janicza Bravo (Creator, Hard World for Small Things), Stephanie Riggs, Azimyth Creations (Creator, Kanju), Jon Ollwerther (Aerobo), Stephen Martell (Current Studios, Co-Creator - Tribeca ReActor). Moderated by Datavized founder Debra Anderson.
Whether creating an immersive experience which puts you in the center of an iconic film, flying drones through New York City and beyond, or creating 360 degree visual experiences shot in real time, technology has never offered more exciting ways to break visual boundaries. Hear from some of the pioneers and innovators who are not only shooting in new and unique ways, but also helping to shape the technology that is used for filmmakers and storytellers throughout the industry as a result.

Speakers include: Janicza Bravo (Creator, Hard World for Small Things), Stephanie Riggs, Azimyth Creations (Creator, Kanju), Jon Ollwerther (Aerobo), Stephen Martell (Current Studios, Co-Creator - Tribeca ReActor). Moderated by Datavized founder Debra Anderson.
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