Celine Tricart, filmmaker and stereographer, is now getting into Virtual Reality. She recently co-wrote and co-directed with Steve Schkair, CEO of 3ality Technica, a VR film called "Marriage Equality". The film re-enact the events that took place in front of the Supreme Court of the United States the day it ruled in favor of same-sex marriage in all 50 states. "Marriage Equality" was shot using the new Nokia VR camera: The Nokia Ozo.
Shortly after, Celine created the production company "Lucid Dreams Productions" focusing on storytelling and new technologies, 3D and Virtual Reality. Lucid Dreams Productions's first project was a 8K VR demo for the video game company Starbreeze and their proprietary VR headset, the StarVR.
More information on Lucid Dreams Productions: www.luciddreamsprod.com
Celine Tricart's latest 3D short film "Lapse of Time" continues its successful festival run: It was selected in the Hollyshort Film Festival in Los Angeles ; FLICKERS: RIIFF Vortex Sci-Fi, Fantasy & Horror Film Fest in Rhode Island ; the 3D-Filmfest BEYOND in Karlsruhe and finally the Connect Film Festival in Los Angeles. "Lapse of Time" has already won 7 international awards and 7 official selections including the Clermont Ferrand Film Festival and the Academy-Awards qualifying Chicago Int. Children's Film Festival.
Last but not least, Celine Tricart will be part of the 3D jury at the upcoming prestigious Camerimage Film Festival in Poland (http://www.camerimage.pl/) , and will present a "VR case study" at the 3D Stereo Media event in December in Belgium (http://www.3dstereomedia.eu/).