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Matthias A. Brunert, Alfonso Pontillo, Valerio Terreri, Maurizio Bergmann, Francesca Cerisano, Jason Moffat.,
Canada,  Vancouver Vancouver Film School,  3D animation & Visual Effects,  February 27, 2015
On the morning of the 7th of August 1974 - after 7 years of planning – the 24 years old french high-wire artist Philippe Petit walked between the Twin Towers in New York City. Shortly after 7 am, when the city was just starting to wake up, Philippe stepped out on the wire and started to perform.
  • Compositing
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  • March 21, 2015
All the Visual elements were created by Lukas Tiberio Klopfenstein: from the 3D model of the Twin Towers, the matte painting of the sky at dusk, the camera projection of Manhattan, until the final compositing.

People's Choice Awards

The CG Student Awards - People's Choice Award is open to all entrants. This prestigous category is voted by the general public, not the judging panel. It gives everyone a voice, and allows for an open discussion of all the amazing entries submitted to the Awards.

To vote, simply select the orange "Vote for entry" button above. You will be asked to add a score and a small comment. More information can be found on the Category and the Prize pages.

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