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S3D Masterclass: The Art of 3D Storytelling

The S3D Centre at Emily Carr with the support of GRAND NCE & the Consulate General of France in Vancouver presents a very special event: The Art of 3D Storytelling with special guest Joséphine Derobe. This Masterclass will introduce the concepts of scriptwriting, directing, and a variety of storytelling techniques that are unique to Stereoscopic 3D productions.

Screening of award winning film “Pina”

Date: Friday, February 10th, 2012 at 7pm 
Location: The Park Theatre, 3440 Cambie Street
Masterclass attendees receive VIP seating and Joséphine will be present to introduce the film and answer a Q&A. 

Workshop: The Art of 3D Storytelling with Joséphine Derobe
Date: Saturday, February 11, 2012, 10am-3pm 
Location: Intersections Digital Studios | Emily Carr University of Art + Design | North Building 
Within this intimate class size, attendees will be encouraged to interact with Joséphine as she demonstrates a variety of techniques and discusses theory. She will present her short film, “Diary of a Fridge”, and will show clips from the ‘Making of Pina’, and other films she has worked on. Joséphine will answer questions and provide some suggestions for successful S3D projects for everyone to keep in mind for their first or next S3D endeavour.

Cost: $60 fee, including the evening screening of "Pina" with Joséphine Derobe at The Park Theatre, a 5-hour workshop, and a full lunch. 

Only 30 spots available! Click here for more information
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Joséphine Derobe is an award winning filmmaker and 3D Stereographer currently based in Paris, France. In the past six years, she has worked on S3D feature films, corporate films, short films and commercials as a Stereographer. One of her achievements to date has been the creation of the Natural Depth Method (also known in the industry as the Derobe Method) an innovative 3D filmmaking technique that she co-created with her father Alain Derobe. 

As a S3D Director, Joséphine is very interested in the 3D language and attempts to explore the full capacity of this wonderful medium in an artistic way. Her first short film as writer, director and stereographer is called Diary of a Fridge (2011). This award winning film features live action and stop motion and having been selected in many 3D film festivals during 2011, it has won the grand prize at International Rimouski Festival (Quebec/Canada ), 37th NSA Convention (Colorado /USA), Be-Film Festival (New-York / USA), and Dimension3 Expo (Saint-Denis/ France).