Charlotte Huggins, 3D Hollywood live action producer
John Logie Baird 2009 Lecture
08 December 2009 Communications channel
The IET’s aim is to divide the JLB Lecture slot into two parts - broadcasting 3D television and 3D film production with three discussions from speakers for 20 minutes, with the intention of including clips and finishing with a questions and answers session.
This one hour lecture is held annually in honour and memory of John Logie Baird who developed the first television and other key technologies associated with TV. This open invite/public lecture discusses the impact of multimedia in our society and the lessons learned from the series of breakthroughs in recent times.
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Charlotte Huggins is a producer with over 25 years experience, the last 15 of which she has spent specializing in 3-D live action and animated productions. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Producer’s Guild of America New Media Council. Huggins has produced over a dozen Imax, special venue and feature films in 3-D including Journey to the Center of the Earth from Warner Bros./New Line and Walden Media.
She has received numerous awards and recognition for her work in special format production including being featured in the Daily Variety 2008 Women’s Impact Report and The 2008 Hollywood Reporter’s “Digital 50”- a group comprised of producers and innovators who distinguished themselves in the realm of new media storytelling.
Charlotte is currently in development on several 3-D films, including the sequel to Journey for WB/New Line, the Blue Man Group Mind Blast 3-D Imax feature, and The Gate with H2O Motion Pictures. In her copious free time, Huggins is co-authoring a book with Variety’s David Cohen about the art, science and business of 3-D.