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Avatar director and PACE CEO to deliver NAB opening keynote

25 March 2011
Avatar director and PACE CEO to deliver NAB opening keynote

James Cameron – director of Aliens, Titanic and, most recently, Avatar (pictured) – and PACE CEO Vince Pace will deliver the opening keynote address at the 2011 NAB Show on Monday 11 April. Long-time collaborators, Cameron and Pace were driving forces behind the innovative FUSION 3D technology.

Together, they will discuss innovations in 3D technology and storytelling, as well as future implications for the entertainment industry.

As well as helming the two highest-grossing motion pictures of all time in Titanic and Avatar, Cameron has earned extensive critical and industry recognition, including a record 14 nominations and 11 Oscars for Titanic. Most recently, Avatar won Golden Globes for Best Director and Best Picture, as well as three of the nine Academy Awards for which it was nominated.

Over a decade ago, Cameron, Pace and PACE president Patrick Campbell started work on the development of innovative technology for an advanced stereoscopic acquisition system, to be entitled FUSION 3D.

Cameron/Pace’s technology has resulted in more than $4.6 billion in box office receipts and numerous 3D benchmarks – including Avatar.

www.nabshow.com
www.pacehd.com

James Cameron – director of Aliens, Titanic and, most recently, Avatar (pictured) – and PACE CEO Vince Pace will deliver the opening keynote address at the 2011 NAB Show on Monday 11 April. Long-time collaborators, Cameron and Pace were driving forces behind the innovative FUSION 3D technology.

Together, they will discuss innovations in 3D technology and storytelling, as well as future implications for the entertainment industry.

As well as helming the two highest-grossing motion pictures of all time in Titanic and Avatar, Cameron has earned extensive critical and industry recognition, including a record 14 nominations and 11 Oscars for Titanic. Most recently, Avatar won Golden Globes for Best Director and Best Picture, as well as three of the nine Academy Awards for which it was nominated.

Over a decade ago, Cameron, Pace and PACE president Patrick Campbell started work on the development of innovative technology for an advanced stereoscopic acquisition system, to be entitled FUSION 3D.

Cameron/Pace’s technology has resulted in more than $4.6 billion in box office receipts and numerous 3D benchmarks – including Avatar.

www.nabshow.com
www.pacehd.com

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