G-Technology and Jigsaw24 are hosting an exclusive workshop with SCI-FI-LONDON on the 26th November. You will get the chance to hear from three great speakers who will also be answering any questions you have, as well as being a great opportunity to network with like-minded creatives.
Festival Director Louis Savy will be talking about next year’s festival and what to expect from the 2016 48-Hour Film Challenge (@scifilondon #sfl48hr). Robbie Gibbon, winner of this year’s challenge will be talking about the difficulties they faced creating their project and how the performance and reliability of G-Technology helped them transfer data fast, when failure was not an option (Read the case study).
Finally, we will have VIP Guest, David Sheldon-Hicks from Territory Studio taking you behind the scenes of his work on the film of the moment, THE MARTIAN.
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48-Hour Challenge Workshop
Thursday, 26th November, 3pm – 6pm
Spaces for this exclusive workshop are strictly limited to 50, so make sure you don't miss out andregister today [ GET YOUR TICKET HERE ]
Louis Savy is the creator and Festival Director of the SCI-FI-LONDON Film Festival. Started primarily as there was nowhere for people to see low-budget, interesting or foreign science fiction films, the festival is now in its 15th year and is growing all the time.
Robbie Gibbon is the Editor of “Interlude”, the winner of the 48 Hour Film Challenge at this year’s SCI-FI-LONDON Film Festival. He is currently working for the BBC as an Assistant Editor for Doctor Who.
David Sheldon-Hicks is Founder and Director at Territory Studio, an independent, creative agency with some enviable Film Credits to their name, including Prometheus, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron and current blockbuster, The Martian.