Rising Sun Pictures (RSP) and the University of South Australia (UniSA) are working together to ensure more of visual effects jobs to go to home-grown talent.
Rising Sun Pictures (RSP) is teaming with University of South Australia (UniSA) and We Made a Thing Studios to provide film and television students with practical, hands-on experience in entertainment media production—and an opportunity to see their work on the big screen at next month’s Adelaide Film Festival.
SMPTE Hollywood has launched a new webinar series aimed at young people interested in behind-the-scenes careers in the entertainment industry. Titled Ask a Hollywood Expert, the series features successful, young professionals, across a range of technical disciplines including post production, visual effects and editorial, talking about how they got their start and what they learned as they advanced in their careers.
The corona virus pandemic has impacted people and businesses world-wide. The strict quarantine restrictions have made it difficult for educational institutions to continue to operate. However, Rising Sun Pictures, whose core business is to problem solve and find creative solutions, devised a plan to continue the delivery of their education program with little disruption.
Entertainment Industry Professionals Mentoring Alliance (EIPMA) to Host Open House for Educators, Students and Young Professionals
The Entertainment Industry Professionals Mentoring Alliance (EIPMA), a new, non-profit organization offering mentoring and career guidance to students and young professionals seeking artistic and technical careers in media and entertainment, will mark its official launch at an open house, March 7th, at Avid Technology in Burbank.