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Creatathon London 2012
Wednesday, July 18, 2012 from 12:05 PM to 11:55 PM (BST)
London, United Kingdom
To encourage talent and engagement in the creative industry, G-Technology, in conjunction with a number of creative professionals from the worlds of photography, film and music, is hosting the first ever European Creatathon and is looking for participants.
The event, which takes place on Wednesday 18th July 2012 simultaneously in London and Berlin, is a creative marathon; an event where a group of talented people come together to co-produce an amazing piece of content, all in aid of charity.
It’s a one-day challenge and G-Technology is inviting aspiring photographers, film-makers and musicians to The Future Gallery in London to collaborate on high quality content that will benefit local charity, Film & Video Workshop who provide training and facilities for filmmakers & animators.
A range of content will be created from artwork to moving image and film, and there will be a number of professionals on-site to act as tutors, providing tips and tricks. Here are just a few of them:
- Rupert Murray, film director
- Joris de Man, composer
- Kipper, music producer
- Tim Flach, photographer
During the 12 hour period, there will be food, drinks, free Wi-Fi and technical equipment available to ensure attendees have whatever they need, so they can focus on their craft.
Extract from the Creatathon Terms & Conditions:
Participants will receive the full Terms and Conditions once registered.
When & Where
G-Technology drives are engineered specifically to meet the needs of the content creation and Apple Mac communities, including heavy users of multimedia content, Final Cut Pro® digital audio/video specialists and other pre/post production professionals. From rugged portable drives to ultra-fast, multi-drive RAID storage, G-Technology’s USB, FireWire, eSATA and SAS storage solutions support virtually all levels of A/V production and can be found in post-production facilities worldwide.
For more information, head over to G‐Technology.eu or join us here: