Trebas Institute is currently in the pre-production stages of shooting a student film in true, stereoscopic 3D.
“With the advent of 3D television that will be arriving in the coming year as well as the massive success of many recent 3D films, including Avatar, Trebas realizes that it is important to immediately implement 3D into our Film and TV production program,” said Kalman Szegvary, a filmmaker and professor at Trebas. “All of our students are elated about 3D and the effect it will have on their work and vision as directors, cinematographers, producers and editors.”
The project will incor-porate both prototype 3D mirror-rig technology and stereoscopic lenses. While the name and subject of the student 3D film are under wraps, Szegvary said the project may be screened at the Trebas International Student Film Awards this fall.
"Films produced in 3D are a very unique form of entertainment. The audience sees a very real, life-like image andthe eyes of the viewer are really in the hands of the filmmakers,” said Szegvary. “It is film with an extra axis.”
After attending the 3D Summit at Universal last year in Los Angeles, Szegvary met a number of experts, including Ray Zone - considered to be the 3D King of Hollywood.
“Learning some of the tricks of the trade really opened my eyes to how Hollywood sees the 3D of the future,” said Szegvary. Students at Trebas will also learn how to edit their 3D footage. Szegvary is excited to be at the forefront with 3D.
Tuesday, June 18, 2013 @ 10:00 am
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