For the first time in Eastern Canada, Vaughan International Film Festival (VFF) announced a new and innovative workshop presented by VAPZ on November 17 with Terry Notary.
One of the most notable motion capture experts in the world, whose talents have contributed to blockbuster franchises such as The Avengers Infinity War, rebelling as Teen Groot, The Planet of the Apes, hanging as Rocket, and wrestling titans as King Kong in Kong: Skull Island. Terry’s most recent job as movement coach included Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Rampage and Disney’s highly anticipated remake of The Lion King.
The event calls out all actors, stunt performers, dancers, directors, and anybody interested in the intricacies of the film industry’s most coveted modern acumen.
Check out Terry’s invite here:
The 3-hour workshop located in Vaughan will include detailed lessons in stunt choreography and performance movement, with a bonus Q&A to follow. Learning from one of Hollywood’s masters, Terry’s knowledge in performance movement will allow reforming, and often times set aside, basic humans’ habits to truly encapsulate the physicality of another foreign body.
The Vaughan International Film Festival is an exciting five-day festival showcasing Canadian and international multi-genre short film. As a not-for-profit organization, the Festival is committed to promoting and furthering arts education. It also supports the arts community by granting various scholarships and bursaries to young filmmakers, art students, and educational institutions in the city of Vaughan.