Digital Biscuit Kicks Off Today - Filmmakers VR Talks and Workshops in Dublin

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Digital Biscuit Kicks Off Today - Filmmakers VR Talks and Workshops in Dublin

Created by the Screen Director's Guild of Ireland, Digital Biscuit is a yearly event which aims to foster innovation and collaboration in film and TV production.

What that really means is getting a host of amazing guests, bringing together the latest technology and throwing them all into the mix for three days of insightful talks and emerging tech. This year, the guest include The Sopranos' David Chase, director Michele Gondry and Amelie cinematographerBruno Delbonnel.

All three are taking part in exciting Q&A sessions, with Gondry presenting his film Is the Man Who is Tall Happy and Chase sitting for a chat about Storytelling & Entertainment.

There's plenty more on offer as well, including a look at the power of the Oculus Rift, some tips on creating music videos, camera workshops, delving into digital effects and a look at the science of film criticism, with some help from the Dublin Film Critics circle.

And that's not all, the three day event kicks off on Wednesday the 28th of January with the Irish premiere of Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice at the IFI!

You can still get tickets on the main site - including the full Gold Pass and Silver passes for each day. Pricing starts at €66.50 for students.

Digital Biscuit runs from the 28th to the 30th of January 2015.



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