Epic Games ” is perhaps best known as the foundation of games, including , and of course, . But it is also used in many film and television projects, such as and . Epic has now partnered with Tribeca Enterprises to help independent filmmakers take advantage of Unreal Engine.
Building on the Unreal community, the pair educational workshops for filmmakers in New York City. They’ll be able to learn from Unreal Engine experts and artists on how to use the platform’s tools for things like real-time visualization and rendering, as well as how to create virtual worlds.
Tribeca and Epic have yet to reveal many details about the workshops. We have seen examples of creations using Unreal Engine. The platform could be an untapped resource for many filmmakers looking to make a breakthrough. And with Unreal Engine 5 in early access, an even richer suite of tools is available to them.
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