Seminario Internacional de Posproducción y Arte digital

The Seminario Internacional de Posproducción y Arte Digital (International Post-production and Digital Art Seminar) is designed to bring attendees and participants closer to the field of audiovisual post-production, through talks by experts in the sector, and also through specific workshops where they can put this knowledge into practice and experiment with the use of advanced video editing programs and techniques, visual effects, motion graphics, color retouching, animation, 3D, etc.

The Seminario Internacional de Posproducción y Arte Digital (International Post-production and Digital Art Seminar) is designed to bring attendees and participants closer to the field of audiovisual post-production, through talks by experts in the sector, and also through specific workshops where they can put this knowledge into practice and experiment with the use of advanced video editing programs and techniques, visual effects, motion graphics, color retouching, animation, 3D, etc.

Throughout its four editions, collected by various media such as COPE radio, the Diario Información, and events such as the Alicante International Film Festival, the San Juan Film Festival, or the Sax International Film Festival, professionals such as Miguel Ángel Fuertes who has worked on titles such as The Lost World: Jurassic Park (Steven Spielberg, 1997), Star Wars: Episode I (George Lucas, 1999), Iron Man 3(Shane Black, 2013), etc. have passed through. The winners of the Goya Award for Best Animated Short Film José Luís Quirós and Paco Sáez with their Madrid 2120 (2019); part of the USER T38 team, responsible for visual effects of titles such as Color Out of Space (Richard Stanley, 2020), Hierro (Jorge Coira, 2019) and Mientras dure la Guerra (Alejandro Amenábar, 2019); VFX specialist Carolina Jimenez, involved in titles such as Prometheus (Ridley Scott, 2012), Alice Through The Looking Glass (Tim Burton, 2016), and Guardians of Galaxy 2 (James Gunn, 2017); Graham Maiden, an expert in stop-motion animation, who has worked on The Corpse Bride (Tim Burton, 2005), Chicken Run (Peter Lord, 2000), MarsAttack! (Tim Burton, 1996), etc.; and virtual reality and video game specialist David Gomis, founding partner of La Frontera VR; among others.

Throughout its four editions, collected by various media such as COPE radio, the Diario Información, and events such as the Alicante International Film Festival, the San Juan Film Festival, or the Sax International Film Festival, professionals such as Miguel Ángel Fuertes who has worked on titles such as The Lost World: Jurassic Park (Steven Spielberg, 1997), Star Wars: Episode I (George Lucas, 1999), Iron Man 3(Shane Black, 2013), etc. have passed through. The winners of the Goya Award for Best Animated Short Film José Luís Quirós and Paco Sáez with their Madrid 2120 (2019); part of the USER T38 team, responsible for visual effects of titles such as Color Out of Space (Richard Stanley, 2020), Hierro (Jorge Coira, 2019) and Mientras dure la Guerra (Alejandro Amenábar, 2019); VFX specialist Carolina Jimenez, involved in titles such as Prometheus (Ridley Scott, 2012), Alice Through The Looking Glass (Tim Burton, 2016), and Guardians of Galaxy 2 (James Gunn, 2017); Graham Maiden, an expert in stop-motion animation, who has worked on The Corpse Bride (Tim Burton, 2005), Chicken Run (Peter Lord, 2000), MarsAttack! (Tim Burton, 1996), etc.; and virtual reality and video game specialist David Gomis, founding partner of La Frontera VR; among others.