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VIEW Conference: the festival of digital graphic and cinema.

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    VIEW Conference, one of the most important events about computer graphics, videogames, cinema, 2d and 3d animation, special effects.
    VIEW Conference 2013 will offer you the possibility to meet big names of VFX, creativity, animation and everything that could be linked to digital cinema and the evolving world of videogames.
    This year the guest of honor will be John Knoll, the big-name of digital graphic.
    He’s not only the creative director of Industial Light & Magic, in charge of important works such as “Pacific Rim” directed by Guillermo del Toro, but he also created with his brother Thomas Photoshop, the most used program of graphic.
    But Knoll is not the only VIP that will attend VIEW Conference and VIEW Fest this year.
    This year we’ll have another big preview: directors Cody Cameron e Kris Pearn will present “Cloudy with chance of Meatballs 2”.
    Sandra Karpman will illustrate her work for the blockbuster “Monster University”, while Lucia Modesto, Character Technical Director Supervisor – PDI/Dreamworks Animation, will speak about Facial Animation System used by Dreamworks Animation in their last films, Croods e Turbo.
    Another guest will be Roger Guyett VFX wizard for the blockbuster “Star Trek – Into the darkness”; and then Erik Nash, VFX supervistor for “Iron Man 3”, Parag Havaldar, Software Architect of Sony Imageworks who will illustrate his work in the blockbusters “The Great and Powerful Oz” and “The Amazing Spider-Man”

    VIEW will take place in Turin, from the 15th to the 18th October 2012.
    If you’re interested please visit our website
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