Videos from 3D Creative Summit now online

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Those of you who missed the 3D Creative Summit at the BFI in March can now watch the sessions online

Ravensbourne and the International 3D Society have launched the online videos which feature an array of exclusive interviews with leading figures in film and TV, providing a valuable resource for filmmakers contemplating their first 3D film or TV drama.
The videos include Oscar winning Director Ang Lee who shares his experiences from the Life of Pi and David Attenborough discussing his most recent Colossus Productions 3D series, Galapagos with his do’s and don’ts when shooting in 3D.
Other highlights includes Phil 'Captain 3D' McNally of Dreamworks giving audiences a rare insight into the creative process behind making good 3D.
Established and emerging filmmakers wishing to develop their 3D knowledge can benefit from online sessions ranging from 'Shooting Better 3D' to 'Getting your first 3D Project off the Ground'.
Those working in TV can watch Head of Sky3D John Cassy and the BBC's Kim Shillinglaw discuss and celebrate the best in 3DTV from the UK.
Viewers can access all of this content on the 3D Creative Summit YouTube Channel. Viewers are encouraged to subscribe to this channel because new videos will be launched daily over the next 10 days.
“The 3D Summit supplied two days of inspiring sessions from some of the biggest names in 3D from around the world. I'm very happy that a larger audience can now access the fantastic in depth interviews and presentations online” said Adam May, International 3D Society.
Dan Simmons, Head of Film, Creative Skillset has said: “The videos from the event are an impressive legacy and will be a great resource for anyone with an interest or involvement in the 3D film and TV industries.”
The 3D Creative Summit was funded by Creative Skillset and sponsored by Sky 3D, Vision 3, Onsight, SGO, Meduza & Deluxe Digital Cinema EMEA.
The videos can be watched here.