|The Young and Prodigious TS Spivet|
Cameron, who will participate via video link, will discuss his latest thinking on 3D filmmaking, while May will talk about is interest in Victorian 3D photography.
Funded by Creative Skillset annual conference, the event is organised by Ravensbourne college and the International 3D and Advanced Imaging Society.
The programme also includes Amélie director Jean-Pierre Jenuet and Hugo stereographer Demetri Portelli, who will present a Q&A on The Young and Prodigious TS Spivet, offering UK audience’s a first chance to see footage of the film.
In addition, stereo supervisor Chris Parks will present a showcase of the Academy Award and BAFTA award-winning Gravity. There will also be the UK premieres of the Russian war movies Stalingrad, introduced by Steve Schklair, and Cathedrals of Culture, with stereographer Josephine DeRobe.
The event will feature a series of exclusive screenings, lectures and Q&A sessions, including:
- Josh Hollander shares a showcase of Pixar’s 3D work
- Mark Brownlow of BBC Earth will discuss the 3D version of Hidden Kingdoms
- Brian May's The Diableries, a 20-year journey to assemble the treasured collection of 1860s Stereographs
- A case study of Man of Steel with Legend3D creative director/stereo VFX supervisor Jared Sandrew
- 'The Rare and Amazing History of 3D' – a presentation by cinema historian Ian Christie
- A Sky Sports special presentation
- Restoration of lost 3D films from the 1950s with Buzz Hays
Sky’s 3D technical advisor and chief engineer Chris Johns said: “From the award winning Leonardo to David Attenborough’s Natural History Museum Alive in 2013, it was another exciting, ambitious year for Sky 3D so we’re thrilled to be returning to support the summit and look forward to sharing our latest 3D experiences and learning from the creative minds breaking new ground in 3D TV and filmmaking.”