Case Studies of Computer-generated Films
The film Dream Flight, directed by both authors and Philippe Bergeron, was the first widely known fictional 3D animated film made using a computer. The film was a great success: it won the first prize at the Computer Graphics ’82 Film Festival in London, and several other awards including Murcia Festival, Columbus Festival, and Yorkton festival. Dream Flight was also selected in traditional animation festivals like “Journées d’Animation d’Annecy”, “Festival des Films du Monde de Montréal,” and the TV Festival in Caracas. Dream Flight was shown (in whole or in part) on various TV channels in Canada, USA, France, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
KeywordsSynthetic Actor Local Transformation Human Rejection Film Festival Movement Procedure
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