VFX Producer Noga Alon-Stein talks VFX storytelling with the filmmakers of the future
We were really happy to be invited to take part in the BFI Future Film Festival this year.
The festival had a jam-packed lineup of events to inspire young, emerging filmmakers to make films as well as provide industry insights to help attendees pursue a career in the film, TV and creative industries.
Union VFX Producer Noga Alon-Stein took part in a Q&A session where she broke down Union's work on three projects highlighting how directors use 'invisible' effects to visually tell stories and accentuate character traits.
Noga commented: “At Union, we’re part of a programme called ACCESS:VFX aiming to increase diversity and inclusion in the industry, so it was great to get an audience with a group of young, enthusiastic aspiring film makers from all sorts of backgrounds.
"I hope that I showed that VFX is more than superheros and explosions and that there is a really vibrant industry here in London if they want to be a part of it.”