Charalambos Poullis, Leila Sujir and Santiago Tavera presented their research and latest projects September 17, 2016 at the Entertainment Technology Summit part of the Festival International du Film Canada-China 2016 at Concordia University.
The Entertainment Technology (ET) Summit will be crucial in constructing a platform of mutual academic learning and communication in the field of film production. Film technology specialists will discuss and exchange thoughts on cutting-edge film technology. CCIFF will also invite international keynote speakers and well-known Canadian and Chinese film companies to participate in the summit. The ET Summit will offer an informative and dynamic atmosphere and opportunities for networking and discovering new technology.
The ET Summit will be held on September 17, 2016, at 9:00am. Film technology specialists will discuss multimedia technology and post-production skills, and brainstorm with the other film producers on near and long-term possibilities for collaboration. CCIFF will also invite famous Canadian and Chinese film and entertainment companies to participate, providing the summit with an informative and dynamic atmosphere and offer opportunity for networking and forming co-production initiatives.
Co-organized by: Department of Computer Science & Sofeware Engineering (CSE), Faculty of Engineering & Computer Science (ENCS), Concordia University
Supported by: Faculty of Engineering & Computer Science (ENCS), Concordia University