Edinburgh 3D Film Festival was the UK’s first 3D focussed full film festival, featuring screenings of classic 3D films and creative 3D shorts from around the world along with talks from visiting directors and stereographers.
Alongside this the University of Edinburgh ran a one day symposium entitled “Life in 3D”, that brought together otherwise independent practitioners and academics currently working on 3D from technological and creative perspectives.
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Rocio von Jungenfeld
Rocio is practice-based PhD candidate at Edinburgh College of Art, her research focuses on digital portable projections, visual ecologies and public space. Her background is in fine arts, printing installation media, art pedagogy, design and digital media. She tutors design, digital media and interdisciplinary creative practice at the University of Edinburgh. She is a TALENTIA fellow, Junta de Andalucía, Spain.
3D Season co-organizers
Andrew is a multi-award winning writer, director & stereographer, credited with creating a number of first for stereoscopic 3D film and motion graphics in Scotland.
Andrew works on a diverse range of digital, film and motion graphics projects in integrated creative agency, Multiply, as well as specialist stereoscopic 3D film and training projects via Enhanced Dimensions.
Malgorzata is a PhD candidate and Film Studies tutor at the University of Edinburgh. She is also a co-founder of KinoKlub, an Edinburgh-based film collective.
Life in 3D Symposium co-organizer
Thaleia is a digital designer & PhD candidate at Edinburgh College of Art. Her background is on digital media, animation and game design and she is one of the tutors for the MSc in Design and Digital Media programme at the University of Edinburgh. Her current work focuses on game design strategies for mobile platforms while she has an extensive experience working on 3D animation projects and game engines with a special focus on art and learning, thaleiaden.com.