(Adelaide, South Australia--October 2, 2014) Rising Sun Pictures DFX Supervisor Adam Paschke will discuss the studio’s ground-breaking work on the recent film X-Men: Days of Future Past at EB Games Expo this Sunday in Sydney.
In a session titled EXCLUSIVE X-MEN, Paschke will discuss the creative and technical challenges RSP faced in creating the film’s time-bending “Pentagon Kitchen” sequence where Quicksilver (Evan Peters) uses his hyper-speed abilities to wreak havoc on military security. Paschke will reveal how the visual effects team literally made time stand still using an astonishing blend of live action, computer-generated objects and visual effects.
The session will be hosted by film critic and television personality Giles Hardie and will also include a live webcam interview with actor Sean Ashmore, who plays Iceman in the X-Men franchise. A screening of X-Men: Days of Future Past will follow Paschke’s presentation.
EB Games Expo is Australia’s largest video game event, featuring the biggest names in gaming on massive interactive booths. Attendees have an opportunity to play the latest video games, watch live shows and presentations, and connect with other like-minded gamers. The event is held at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, October 3-5.
Rising Sun Pictures at the EB Games Expo
What: EXCLUSIVE XMEN EXPERIENCE
Where: EB Arena, Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park
When: Sunday, October 5, 9:00 a.m.
About Rising Sun Pictures:
Rising Sun Pictures are a passionate team of producers, artists and technicians, known globally for delivering complex visual effects on high profile feature film and television projects. Our clients are inspired by the creative and technical solutions we deliver, and our team is integral in providing a truly collaborative experience. RSP’s recent film credits include X-Men: Days of Future Past, Gravity, The Seventh Son, The Wolverine, The Great Gatsby, The Hunger Games, Prometheus, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, Green Lantern and the final five Harry Potter films. This year, Rising Sun will contribute extensive visual effects to Gods of Egypt, Tarzan, Pan, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, The Water Diviner and Deadline Gallipoli.
More Info at http://www.rsp.com.au