Tag: Stereo 3D

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 […]

Falmouth University researcher Rory Summerley shares his research into the Stereo 3D tests conducted at the Cross Channel Film Lab between 2012 to 2014. You can download Rory’s full document at the bottom of this piece, and read a summary of his conclusions below. If you’re interested in learning more about Stereo 3D, you might […]

Gaëlle Denis participated in the Cross Channel Film Lab in 2014 – we spoke to her about her career so far, and what she learnt about using Stereo 3D film as an independent filmmaker. CCFL Training Online Programme 2015 is open for applications.  To find out more about this unique programme, visit this page. Read the […]

Stereo 3D consultant and CCFL advisor François Garnier shares his thoughts on the potential of Stereo 3D as a tool for filmmakers hoping to innovate with the medium at a low to medium budget; and explains how this has been explored within the Cross Channel Film Lab. A third guest post as part of our research […]

Producer and CCFL project co-director Fabienne Tsai shares her journey from making stereo 3D mistakes to reigniting a love of film with her exploration of this unique medium.

A second guest post as part of our research series, celebratingThe Third Dimension: our open programme of Stereo 3D events in Falmouth from 11-13 November.

A call to action from stereographer Joséphine Derobe as she shares her Stereo 3D journey – Let’s go beyond!

Joséphine shares her Stereo 3D story in this guest post as part of our research series, celebrating The Third Dimension: our open programme of Stereo 3D events in Falmouth from 11-13 November.

Screening: 20.30 – 23.00, Tuesday 11 November, Phoenix Cinema, Falmouth This impressively realised Stereo 3D feature film using non-professional actors to tell the tale of a family after the death of their mother is a rare attempt to use stereoscopic technology for something other than exploding cities and alien invasions.  Uniquely placing the audience in […]

Panel discussion: 09.30 – 10.30, Wednesday 12 November, AIR, Tremough campus, Falmouth University Eugenie Jansen (director), Kommer Klejn (Stereo 3D advisor) and Michel Schöpping (sound recordist) join Cross Channel Film Lab co-directors Antoine Le Bos and Fabienne Tsaï to share how they combined a documentary sensibility with a more rigid technical form, and discuss the role […]

Screening parts 1 – 3, followed by a masterclass 15.45 – 17.45, Tuesday 11 November, Phoenix Cinema, Falmouth After the screening, stereographer Joséphine Derobe will discuss her work on the films with Stereo 3D expert François Garnier and Cross Channel Film Lab co-director Antoine Le Bos.  “If buildings could talk, what would they say about […]

Screening parts 4 – 6: 19.30 – 21.30, Thursday 13 November, Phoenix Cinema, Falmouth “If buildings could talk, what would they say about us?”  This 3D film project, consisting of six short films of 26 minutes each, lets six iconic and very different buildings speak for themselves, examining human life from the unblinking perspective of […]