Ideas In Motion 2018

2018-10-24 00:00:00 2018-10-25 00:00:00 America/Toronto Ideas In Motion 2018 FADE IN: EXTREME CLOSEUPS OF FLICKERING INSTRUMENT PANELS. Readouts and digital displays pulse eerily with the technology of the distant future. Wherever we are, it seems to be chill, dark, and sterile. Electronic machinery chuckles softly to itself… Worldbuilding within a digital space can make… Toronto FITC Toronto



Thirty-five years after the release of the original “Blade Runner,” the visual effects team behind Denis Villeneuve’s “Blade Runner 2049” was tasked with the challenge of crafting a dystopian world in the next phase of one of the most-beloved sci-fi films of all time. From the Las Vegas, and Trash Mesa environments, to the development of a holographic Joi, join Adrien Saint Girons from Framestore as he discusses the Academy-Award winning work that paid tribute to the original picture while creating a film of the future.


The objective is to provide participants with a behind-the-scenes footage and accounts which otherwise would not be disclosed.

Target Audience

Anyone interested in film and VFX.

Five Things Audience Members Will Learn

  1. Creative & technical process behind the creation of the Las Vegas and Trash Mesa environments
  2. Development of Holographic Joi
  3. Combining different creative mediums with CG, models/backdrops/sets
  4. Paying tribute to the original film
  5. Integrating VFX work in an overall subtle manner