3D Filmmaking Training for youngsters comes to Scotland this summer as Enhanced Dimensions teams up with SKAMM to deliver a comprehensive week long course for filmmakers aged 14-21.
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During my holiday I updated a section in my website called The Bank of Nightmares. Please have a look and enjoy http://www.supercage82.co.uk/bankofnightmares.html
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During my holiday I built this shiny new section in my website called The Whimsical Reaper and The Bugs & Blobs & Blugs (try saying that real fast). Please have a look and enjoy http://www.supercage82.co.uk/whimsicalreaper.html
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Very proud to be working with Mark Cousins on our documentary based on DH Lawrence's travel diary Sea and Sardinia (1921), shot on location in January 2014! Currently busy on post-production...more anon...Check the photos for the 3rd Class train he actually travelled in with his wife Frieda, still used as a summer tourist train, with all original fixtures, the plaque bearing an excerpt likening Sardinia (in the winter) to his own Derbyshire, and the bread he described, still baked today!
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This case study supported by AmbITion Scotland reveals Creative Carbon Scotland's digital development claimexpenses.com. The tool was developed with support from Sustainable AmbITion, a fund which focussed on utilising digital technologies for better…Continue
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Less than two weeks to go before the 2014 Edinburgh 3D Film Festival. Hope you've got it in your diaries!
Organised by Edinburgh University’s Life in 3D Symposium Team and Enhanced Dimensions the Edinburgh 3D Film Festival is a week long celebration of 3D on film.
The festival kicks off with a rare screening of the restored classic Hitchcock film “Dial M for Murder” on Monday 5th May which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year. Highlights also include the two blocks of…Continue
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New page in my portfolio. It features characters that I have been working on for a while and I'm hoping to do more with them Please have a look at let me know what you think. I promise you'll have fun! http://www.supercage82.co.uk/whimsicalreaper.html
Added by Chris Goodwin on March 26, 2014 at 19:38 — No Comments
Over the last year I have been developing a new platform, Bolster. Bolster is a a tool set designed to support people publishing free digital content online (art, films, photographers, writing). On the site you go through a number of processes to set up your tools including a micro-donation/reward…Continue
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Touching the Neolithic is an immersive, interactive dome film exhibited at the National Museum of Scotland in December 2013. Through laser scanning, photogrammetry, digital re-construction and 3D printing we…Continue
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Marc McClement lives right next to the dry slope in Bearsden and it certainly shows… We shot this video for his sponsors to share online and gain Marc some recognition for his insane skills – he’s one of the few snowboarders in the UK to have the courage to throw double backflips on a dry slope!Continue
Added by Jonnie Lewis on December 10, 2013 at 17:00 — No Comments
Picture the Scene.
Scooby: asleep in his basket. Shaggy: all shagged out. Daphne: on ebay, she looks the type. I bet she’s got an online vintage shop. Fred: he’s typing up his notes from the latest escapade. And Velma: she’s photocopying. What’s she photocopying? Proformas. She’s convinced that…Continue
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I was recently asked to give a talk about digital distribution as this seems as the way like the film & music industries going. I have done lots of research and will soon be putting that research in to practise. As i am mostly self taught.
To have a relatively successful campaign you need to have a hybrid distribution strategy. This means consolidating all your on-line contacts and having a target mailing list. I desperately want to learn more…Continue
(Movie producer Barrie Osborne in Sutherland where he visited locations mentioned in the Heartstone trilogy)
So what do you think? He thinks yes, but we will need to show the breadth & depth of what Scotland has to offer to…Continue
Added by Steve Harrison on August 26, 2013 at 7:59 — No Comments
Hi everyone, hope you are all doing well.
Recently I decided to update my website to something that I felt was fun and more in line with what I enjoy doing. I ran a few ideas by people on Facebook and another social network which helped me to decide what to do with the site. Although it is finished for the time being I'm sure I will be doing more work with it in the future. So if you have any opinions on it www.supercage82.co.uk then…Continue
IT certification programs are becoming a significant necessity than ever today as the IT industry is being exceedingly competitive. All of these certification programs can entail a world of revolution in a candidate's future. The Citrix certifications play an important role in this regard.
Citrix happens to be one of the renowned names in the cloud technology and getting certified in this area is a great opportunity to opt for. With this…Continue
Added by Austin Richerd on August 5, 2013 at 6:00 — No Comments
Cross Creative is TRC’s pioneering and perennially popular digital media initiative. It is a unique and immersive nine-month programme for top creatives in digital media focusing on expanding knowledge and creative horizons and on the importance of the relationships underpinning collaborative projects.…
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The next event in the BAFTA Scotland 2013 programme takes place at Edinburgh's Filmhouse this weekend. Exploring the way in which some of Scotland's 90+ developers are making money and interacting with film, television and mobile within the rapidly evolving interactive sector, this is a perfect introduction to the world of games (and why it WILL matter to your creative business):
BAFTA Scotland presents: Games Industry Secrets of…Continue
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