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Discover the program for SATIS 2023

10 November 2023 Professional news
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SATIS, theFrench-language trade show dedicated to creativity and technological innovation in media, entertainment and audiovisual communication ,will take place on Wednesday November 15 and Thursday November 16 at the Docks de Paris in Saint-Denis .


This year's program includes 58 conferences on new and topical issues concerning the production, post-production and distribution of audiovisual content in the broadest sense (cinema, television, animation, VR...).


This year, an exhibition space is also dedicated to virtual production: the Big Shoot XR. This film set will showcase the creative possibilities of XR studios, based on LED screens.




An alumni on the program


Camille Beatrix-Drouhet, a 2014 graduate of the Licence Gestion de Production Audiovisuelle programand currently coordinator of this course at GOBELINS Paris, will take part in the conference "VFX, animation and video games, towards common tools..." on Thursday November 11 from 3 to 4 pm .


She'll be joined by Louis Rognon, a student in the IDE Master's program at GOBELINS and a work-study student at Atelier Daruma, Quentin Jorquera, Director of Photography and freelance virtual production consultant, Florent Ducasse, VFX Lead at Quantic Dream and Jeremy Delchiappo, Creative Operations Manager at MPC Paris.


This conference, led by researcher Alexia de Mari, will look at theevolution of tools used in the creation of computer-generated images for audiovisual, animation and video games, and the porosity between these different sectors .


At the 2022 event, two alumni of the school also spoke: Samuel Lepoil (Mastère IDE, class of 2017) on training screenwriters to write for XR, and Frank Labat (Mastère IDE class of 2013) on theinfluence of video games on the profession of cinematographer.



Other panels organized over the two days address themes related to GOBELINS training courses, including graphic design, XR and animation:

XR :

Wednesday, November 15, 4 pm to 5:30 pm


"Immersive and multisensory experiences: stimulating engagement and creativity" with Gregory Maubon, president of RA'Pro, Olivia Papini, teacher, immersive storyteller and entrepreneur in France and Japan, Clara Echassoux, VP Sales at Actronika, Linda Gabbay, XR author and director, Sylvain Delplanque, researcher at the University of Geneva and Carolin Vanhove, consultant.


Thursday November 16, 12pm to 1pm


"Augmented reality: the keys to designing unforgettable experiences" with Gregroy Maubon, President of Ra'Pro, Sébastien Spas, Founder and Chief Innovation Officer of Gimbal Cube, Maxime Vidal, XR/IA specialist for Shaping Reality, Chloé Guennou, Founder and CTO of Ar[t] and Gérard Bernasconi, digital artist and CEO of HoloVR Prod.




Motion Design :

Wednesday, November 15 from 4 to 5:30 p.m.


"AI and motion design: decline of a profession or unbridled creativity?" in thepresence ofLoïc Gagnant, Consultant/ Trainer/ Director/ Stamper/ Journalist, Skan Triki, Motion Designer and CEO of Motion Sense, Thomas Gerbaud, Director of AltGR , Damien Van Achter, Innovation Media Consultant for LaB Davanac and David Ratajczak Art Director at Providence VFX .



Animation :

Thursday November 16th from 3pm to 4pm


"Animation studios: thinking low-carbon" with Mehdi Aït-Kacimi, Training Manager at EcoProd, Alexandre Varnier, IT Manager at Supamonks, Christophe Bicchierai, Senior 3D Generalist at Ranch Computing, Cécile Bossel Deputy Managing Director and Co-Founder of Cyber Group Studios, Pierre De Cabissole, Production Director at Supamonks and Sarah Teyssier-Miko Head of Studio at Miam! Animation.




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