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AFTRS Launches New Virtual Production Short Courses

In response to the growing demands for upskilling in Virtual Production, the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) is launching two new courses – Producing for VP and VFX and Volume Studio Fundamentals.

Producing for VP and VFX will be offered online from June 10 – 30. This course is designed as an introduction for live-action Production Managers or emerging Producers who want to understand scheduling and managing projects using 3D and virtual assets, performance and production design. Producing for VP and VFX is ideal for those interested in Virtual Production, animation, or Visual Effects (VFX) to learn about foundational 3D concepts, working with virtual assets and inverse workflows.

Volume Studio Fundamentals has been developed with the support of the Universal Studio Group and Matchbox Pictures. This one-day hands-on workshop is designed for cinematographers, first assistant directors, directors and other interested screen practitioners. It will be taught from a camera team perspective and is perfect for those with little or no experience working on a Virtual Production shoot, using an LED Volume. The workshop is available on June 28 or June 29 at AFTRS in Moore Park, Sydney.

AFTRS and Matchbox Pictures have previously partnered on Intro to Volume Studio Basics courses, upskilling more than 130 industry professionals from more than 40 screen businesses. An Intro to Volume Studio Basics course is being  May 15.

Volume Studio Fundamentals and Intro to Volume Studio Basics both utilise AFTRS’ new state-of-the-art Volume Studio which supports industry-partnered training and degrees in this burgeoning area of production, while also providing a space for virtual production research and innovation.

AFTRS Head of Industry and Alumni Engagement, Robbie Miles, said: “In the rapidly evolving landscape of virtual production, upskilling is not just an option; it’s a necessity. That’s why AFTRS has developed a suite of short courses to provide different pathways to training in Virtual Production. The future of filmmaking is bright for those who are ready to adapt and innovate.”


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