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The VFX Festival February 2019

The VFX Festival February 2019

6th February to 7th February 2019
Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London, SE1 8XX

The VFX Festival Emerging Talent 2019

One of the biggest events in the calendar, every year Escape Studios hosts The VFX, Games and Animation Festival. Now in its 7th year, it’s known as a celebration of the creative industries and a showcase of talent.

In response to industry needs, the 7th year of our annual festival brings an exciting new format, to deliver the most relevant content. The VFX Festival 2019 will consist of events taking place in February and June 2019 and all are targeted at different audiences. The VFX Festival 2019 will include a number of talks, keynote sessions, workshops, exhibition spaces and panel discussions from talent across the industry, as well as lots of networking opportunities.

The VFX, Games and Animation Festival also focuses on the wealth of changes taking place in the creative industries and how these elements are diversifying and changing to adapt to the future. The festival will explore new trends and changes in technologies such as VR, AR and motion capture.

Who’s coming?

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald presented by Christian Manz, VFX Supervisor Framestore
Warhammer II presented by Creative Assembly
Game of Thrones presented by The Third Floor
The Innocents presented by Jellyfish Pictures

We are also welcoming MPC, AXIS Studios and Blue Zoo animation.

Why come to the VFX Festival?

Because there is no better way to find out about the latest trends in our industry, who is hiring, and what skills are in demand. We strongly encourage all our current, past and future students to attend. Come and find out what the future holds for our industry.

What’s on display?

Like last year, our 2019 schedule is packed with a series of industry talks and showcases from across the VFX, Animation, Games and Motion Graphics sectors. VFX is a constantly changing landscape. Last year’s “big thing” is this year’s old news. So come along, and find out about the latest trends in our industry.

Recruiters

For many Escapees and recent graduates, the most important part of the Festival is probably the recruiters, who come from all the big animation and VFX houses hunting for talent.

If you’d like to meet in person the people who could help you get a job (and why wouldn’t you?) – this is the place to be.

MPC Film at The VFX Festival 2019

Rebecca Melander (Global Head of Assets) and Damien Guimoneau (Modelling Key Artist) at MPC Film will be sharing tips for getting into the VFX industry and their work on movie monsters. Read more about MPC R&D.

More details about new format of the festival can be found here.

Below please find key details about first part of The VFX Festival – The VFX Festival Emerging Talent taking place on 6 – 7 February.

A festival for students currently studying within higher education and young professionals whom are looking to kick start a career in the creative industries.The festival will be filled with inspiring talks, panel discussions and an exhibition zone and will be hosted on 6-7 February 2019 at Southbank Centre London – the world-famous arts venue located on the South Bank of the Thames.

The VFX Festival 2019 is supported by many studios, companies and individuals. Thank you for working with us!

Access VFX
AXIS Studios
Bluezoo
Climax Studios
Creative Assembly
DNEG
Electric Theatre Collective
Framestore
Freejam Games
Jellyfish Pictures
Milk VFX
MPC Advertising
MPC Film
The Focus
The Mill
The Third Floor
Union VFX

// For more info:

Register for The VFX Festival 2019
Official website of The VFX Festival 2019

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Written by VFX Online

VFX Online, now writing with a focus on Visual Effects and Animation and Gaming, writing at VFX Online Blog since 2016. VFX Online in India.

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