3D Creative Summit - Day Two Highlights

In a day of highlights, including a recorded interview with James Cameron and an insight into the 3D production of David Attenborough's natural history programming for Sky, Matthew Bristowe delivered a detailed and revealing overview of PFW's conversion work on Gravity to a packed house at the 3D Creative Summit.

Beginning with a short history of conversion at PFW, and his thoughts on how conversion artistry and technology has progressed over the last four years, Matt went on to take the audience through PFW's journey on Gravity - from the early tests that convinced Alfonso Cuarón and David Heyman that conversion was the way forward for the live action sections of the film, through the close collaboration with Framestore and on to some of the creative 3D decisions that were taken on Gravity by show stereographer Chris Parks and PFW senior stereographer Richard Baker.

Gravity has quite rightly been singled out as a 'game changer' in the 3D industry by a number of the speakers at this year's summit, and Matt emphasised in his talk that this was in no small way down to the fact that the film was conceived, created and crafted in 3D from the very beginning.

If you missed Matt's talk at the 3D Creative Summit, you have another chance to catch him at FMX 2014, where he will be presenting on Gravity with senior stereographer Richard Baker.