CHANGING THE PICTURE Technology Conference

WHERE TECH AND STORYTELLING INTERTWINE – under this slogan, CHANGING THE PICTURE brings together international speakers and professional participants. To what extent are new technologies challenging modern storytelling? This question will be discussed in current contexts using concrete examples. The hands-on Technology Conference is aimed at producers for film, TV and the web as well as distributors and innovative media technologists. Take advantage of their network, discover talent, projects and partners, and make the most out of two fully packed days in Babelsberg!

Take part in Star Wars Animation designer Michael Koperwas critical exploration of the potential of Virtual Reality for the film and TV industry. Work side-by-side with Game of Thrones Emmy©-Awarded Visual Effects Supervisor and Creative Director Rainer Gombos to explore volumetric VR. Join Norwegian director of photography John C. Rosenlund and producer Stein B. Kvae as they share their innovative approach to metadata and workflows in their work on Oscar nominee The King’s Choice. Learn from John Hurst, leading international developer of media technologies, how the Interoperable Master Format (IMF) makes managing and processing multiple content versions more effective than ever. And witness the visionary introductory keynote from Maria Ingold, a top influencer in the next generation of UK television, as she shares her predictions for the future of film tech and sheds light the trends shaping the production and distribution of tomorrows narrative formats.

Our partner ARRI will take part in the TECH SESSIONs and the 3IT is cooperating with the organizer of this event, transfer media. Therefore: All partners of the 3IT will receive a special discount! Please send an email to Carina Schoo (ed.re1537875956fohnu1537875956arf.i1537875956hh@oo1537875956hcs.a1537875956nirac1537875956) to get 20% off the early bird or regular ticket.

Thursday 17 November 2016 – Friday 18 November 2016

Studio Babelsberg
14482 Potsdam
Germany