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Star Talk

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Sam Nicholson, CEO at Stargate Studios, speaks  exclusively to BroadcastPro ME about the evolution of entertainment content and the road ahead.

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THE WALKING DEAD scares the Austrians on the street

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Zombie attack on BIM station * _ with an unprecedented action made in cooperation with the FOX series channel Sky Austria Germany the home fans on the start of the fifth season of the series “the walking dead” attention.

• A tram in Vienna’s 7th District was converted via augmented reality to the “scary”shelter and struck for two days by zombies. The special feature of the installation, which for the first time was in Austria was the blend of the real and the virtual world.

Check out the video of the zombie scaring captured by a live camera.

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The making of EFA Masterclass 2014

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European Film Academy Master Classes are courses on continuous training. They are held by highly acclaimed and internationally successful filmmakers who dedicate one week of intensive training to young talents coming from all over Europe, passing on their individual knowledge and personal experience. Rather than bare lecturing, the courses concentrate on the practical side of learning with at least half of the time spent with hands-on training.

Check out the Making of EFA MasterClass 2014 with Marc Weigert at Stargate Studios Germany!

Changing the Picture: Technology Conference in Babelsburg

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 Join Stargate Studios at CHANGING THE PICTURE , a technology conference for transmitter representatives, producers, production service providers, distributors, technology companies, representatives of the entertainment industry and other creative people. CHANGING THE PICTURE mixed inspiring keynotes and panel discussions, practical workshops, in which work with latest technologies and data-based processes for the production, distribution and archiving of films “hands on”.

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