Graduating from the AFTRS Producing and Screen Business course in 2011, Brian had two short films selected as part of the Cannes Film Festival's 'Cinemas Des Antipodes’ in 2012 and 2013 respectively. In 2013, SPA chose Brian for their 'Ones To Watch' program and in December 2014 Screen Australia chose Brian in their early talent identification program, ‘Enterprise People’. Brian produces THE HORIZON digital series. This record series has amassed over 50 million views globally and has been nominated and won many festival awards for acting, writing, directing and also the coveted award for Best Series. In July 2015, Screen Australia granted Brian funds to produce a one-hour drama TV special. HORIZON, based on the digital series, attracted the signature of award winning film writer/ director Stephan Elliott, the man behind iconic film Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. In January 2016, Brian produced his first feature film titled INDIGO LAKE which had its theatrical release in April 2017. In 2017, MIP TV chose PATRICIA MOORE as one of six projects globally to pitch in the digital series forum. This was closely followed by DREAM CHANNEL VR being chosen by the Cannes Film Festivals’ NEXT VR THEATRE which premiered in May.
Here's where you'll find Jonny Peters (Founder - Dream Channel VR)
September 10, 2017
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM 45 minutes
Storytelling in VR: Best Practices for Producing AR and VR Video
Add to Calendar 09/10/2017 10:00 AM 09/10/2017 10:45 AM Australia/Melbourne Storytelling in VR: Best Practices for Producing AR and VR Video In this session, you'll learn practical tips on how to create VR, what works, and what doesn't. The rectangular screen is gone! Now we must ask how can we, as creators, paint a picture on a new canvas? This seminar shares the secrets of content creation, inexpensive tools and cameras to get you started, and the mentality of working in a new medium. Join the discussion and find out the most exciting ways to shoot 360 video, what the entertainment industry is thinking, the newest applications in the genre, and the very exciting future of storytelling. | Room 216 | false MM/DD/YYYY