It’s a rare opportunity to explore, step-by-step, what it takes to shoot, edit and deliver stereoscopic programming for networks such as National Geographic and 3net. Ian and Sean will present their work from “Blowdown 3D: Goooal”, which profiles the implosion of the Fonte Nova Stadium in Salvador, Brazil, talk about their journey into stereoscopic 3D production, and share behind the scenes details about one of the most unique productions to date.
All attendees will be entered into a draw for a number of products, including a BluRay of “Blowdown 3D”.
This event is FREE and open to the public but tickets are going fast – 4 left as of 10 a.m. PST!
Here’s what’s going on this week in our current production, Battle Castle:
Battle Castle: host Dan Snow reveals how bad timing changed Chateau Gaillard’s history
Battle Castle host Dan Snow details King John’s attempt at thwarting the siege of Chateau Gaillard. The King of England, also known as John Lackland, planned a two-pronged attack, meant to triumph over Philip Augustus of France and his army, who were positioned outside English King Richard I’s stronghold in Normandy. Battle Castle: Gaillard reveals how Richard the Lionheart’s castle builders constructed the fortifications, which included securing the castle, an island fort, and the town of Petit Andely, and details the medieval weapons that the French used to attack it. Dan’s blogs will be released every Thursday on YouTube, unveiling details related to the stories that will be profiled in the Battle Castle shows .
Dan’s blogs will be released every Thursday on YouTube, unveiling details related to the stories that will be profiled in the Battle Castle shows .
Battle Castle: Malbork — Middle Castle gate
The Battle Castle crew moves one of five gates that mark the entrance to the Middle Castle at Malbork, Poland. The gate is cobbled, with stone plates that marked the way for carts so that they didn’t damage the gate jams. Battle Castle: Malbork profiles the siege of 1410 when Polish and Lithuanian forces attacked the brick stronghold. The offensive, which was led by King Jagiello and Grand Duke Vytautas, occurred after the Battle of Tannenberg. The castle, historically known as Marienburg, was built by the Teutonic Order, crusader knights who occupied this area of the Baltic in medieval times.