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What’s in the CCFL Training participant archive? These archive sessions can only be accessed by CCFL Training participants: 2016 Sessions The Emergence of Spatial Media Stereo 3D consultant and researcher François Garnier examines the development of how space has been represented in various visual media, taking in the use of Stereo 3D technology as a […]

The CCFL Training 2016 online programme will start on Monday 12 September.  The programme is closed for applications. This unique online programme is designed to increase the knowledge and expertise of filmmakers interested in learning more about the use of VFX and Stereo 3D in low to medium budget European feature films by providing access […]

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 seeks to further filmmaking in Brittany in a context of European co-operation and innovation. Le Groupe Ouest is a partner of the TorinoFilmLab and a partner and co-founder of […]

The previous Cross Channel Film Lab (CCFL2) project brought together eleven partners from the UK and France.  Working with a range of industry experts over three years, CCFL2 explored innovative and immersive images and storytelling in low to medium budget feature films. The programme looked at using Stereo 3D as a narrative tool and successfully showed […]

Falmouth University hosts CCFL Training workshop Recently 24 participants from Europe and beyond travelled to Cornwall to join VFX and Stereo 3D consultants, and CCFL and Falmouth University staff, for the first CCFL Training core programme workshop of 2015 in the hi-tech AIR building (Academy for Innovation and Research) on the university’s Penryn campus. Over […]

24 international filmmakers with feature film projects involving VFX and Stereo 3D have been selected to take part in the Cross Channel Film Lab’s 2015 programme, kicking off with a four-day workshop in Falmouth, Cornwall in June. The Cross Channel Film Lab new training programme, CCFL Training, is designed to bring together predominantly European writers, […]