VFX and Stereo 3D technologies and storytelling:
Le Groupe Ouest hosts participants in the CCFL Training programme
The 22 participants of the Cross Channel Film Lab (CCFL) Training core programme will be in Brignogan-Plages and Plounéour-Trez (Brittany) from 9 to 11 November 2015 for the second and final workshop of the year. They will continue to build on the work started at the first 2015 workshop at Falmouth University in June on the impact of new visual technologies on storytelling and how this can enhance their own feature film projects.
The CCFL Training programme, launched by Le Groupe Ouest, is supported by the European Union (Creative Europe) and the CNC (French National Centre of Cinematography). The programme helps filmmakers to obtain the skills, knowledge and extended networks needed to successfully utilise VFX and/or Stereo 3D technologies at low to medium budgets, and aims to open up new creative possibilities for independent cinema.
Participants from nine countries in and beyond Europe will take part in sessions led by visual technologies experts and script consultants. Together they will explore how storytelling can be integrated with the use of these technologies, benefiting the development and production of low to medium budget feature films.
Creative Europe, Creative England and Falmouth University, along with Brittany-based Le Groupe Ouest, are partners in CCFL Training.
Stephan Bookas (GB) – writer-director, Darkness for Light (VFX)
Nigel Bristow (GB) – co-writer-director, Angel West (3D relief)
Stratis Chatzielenoudas (Grèce) – writer-director, producer, Haunted by City Lights (VFX)
Andrea ter Avest Dahm (Kenya) – writer, Àse (3D relief)
Laura Deeley (GB) – co-writer, Captcha (VFX)
Carlos Esteban Esteban (Espagne) – producer (VFX)
Corto Fajal (France) – writer-director, E-thic (VFX)
Jules Gladys (GB) – producer, Darkness for Light (VFX)
Dulce da Rocha Gonçalves (Belgique) – producer (3D relief)
Karen Guillorel (France) – writer-director, We Are Neighbours (3D relief)
Andrey Hadjivasilev (Bulgarie) – producer (3D relief)
Lindsay McGee (GB) – producer, Better Self (VFX)
Lévon Minasian (France) – writer-director, Yakov’s Ark (VFX)
Guillaume Miquel (France) – writer-director, After Life (VFX)
Bogdan Mustata (Roumanie) – director, In Between (3D relief)
Joy Penroz (Chili/France) – writer-director, Montaña Azul (Blue Mountain) (3D relief)
Matt Redd (GB) – writer, Joe and Katie Are in a Relationship (VFX)
Ben Schwartz (USA) – writer-director, Untitled (3D relief)
Kathy Speirs (GB) – producer, Joe and Katie Are in a Relationship (VFX)
Pierre-Gilles Stehr (France) – writer-director, Invisible (3D relief)
Kate Sullivan (GB) – director, Itinerary (3D relief)
Edward Tracy (GB) – director, Captcha (VFX)
Rob Yescombe (GB) – writer, Captcha (VFX)
Pippa Best – script consultant (UK)
Mary Davies – script consultant (UK)
Daniel Dixon – VFX producer, Fume Films and VFX co-ordinator (UK)
François Garnier – stereoscopy lecturer, director and new media designer (France)
Antoine Le Bos – script consultant (France)
Tommi Lehtonen – Founder and CEO, UNITC Ltd. (Finland)
Peter Rogers – VFX supervisor, Bait Studio (Cardiff, UK)
Alexandre Sinn – stereographer (France)
For more information, please contact Gwénaëlle Coudroy
E-mail : fr[at]crosschannelfilmlab.com
Tél : +33 (0)2 98 83 14 26
The Cross Channel Film Lab Training programme is supported by Creative Europe in partnership with Le Groupe Ouest, Creative England and Falmouth University.
Le Groupe Ouest is a partner of the TorinoFilmLab and a partner and co-founder of the Cross Channel Film Lab
Creative England offers funding and tailored support to the TV, film, games and digital industries, and helps them flourish. It invests, mentors, advocates and collaborates at all levels of the industry, creating the right conditions for more success.
Falmouth University is a vibrant and forward-thinking specialist arts university and key player in the national and international creative scene. A justifiable international reputation for excellence in Art, Design, Media, Performance and Writing has grown from over a century of nurturing original thinking, supported by highly talented and professional staff.