Video: Adam May explains to FILMCLUB reporter Ellie how he takes a director's vision transform from a 2D idea to a 3D idea, which genre of film suits the technology the best, and how the most satisfying part of his job is watching the final product of his hard work in the cinema. In a nice bit of soap opera trivia, Adam told us he was inspired to get involved in the TV and film industry after seeing his uncle act in Australian soap Neighbours!

Profile: Adam May works as the head of production for Vision3 - the UK's leading 3D special effects experts. He and his team have applied 3D technology to feature films TT3D, John Carter and the upcoming Jack The Giant Killer. They also provide their stunning filming equipment and to TV dramas, documentaries and music performances.

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  • Tues 17 July (suitable for for ages 13-18) "This technology is a great tool to tell stories..." Adam May champions the harnessing of 3D in movies.

    Tues 17 July (suitable for for ages 13-18) "This technology is a great tool to tell stories..." Adam May champions the harnessing of 3D in movies.

    Adam May from leading 3D technicians Vision3 tells FILMCLUB reporter Ellie the secrets of 3D cinema. The use of 3D has become a key aspect of the evolution of cinema. Chris has applied his expertise to a wide varity films, including a motorbike racing documentary, a children's comedy, and a Hollywood action blockbuster.

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