Thursday, July 22, 2010

Filming soon: Arkansas's first 3-D movie

Posted By on Thu, Jul 22, 2010 at 2:34 PM

Looks like a few good Arkies are about to take a stab at 3-D filmmaking.

"Europa," set to be filmed in and around Conway on Friday, August 6, follows a spaceman trying to reacclamate to regular life after being the first person to visit Europa, the sixth of Jupiter's moons.

The script was penned by locals Justin Nickels and Mallory O'Neal and will be produced and directed by Dr. Bruce Hutchinson, the director of UCA's Digital Filmmaking graduate program.

The 3-D technology to be utilized was developed at UCA by faculty members Scott Meador and Chris Churchill.

Exciting stuff. We'll keep you updated as more information trickles in.

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