I would be happy to help Indian filmmaker make 3D films: Cameron
New Delhi: Speaking of cinematic excellence the man is a cut above the rest. Referred as the ‘king of the world’, the incredibly talented filmmaker James Cameron showed interest in the application of 3D technology in films based on Indian mythologies like ‘Ramayan’ and ‘Mahabharat’.
Celebrated filmmaker James Cameron conducted a talk at the conclusion of the first day of the INK conference held in the hilly township of Lavasa, near Pune.
Talking about his ongoing project, Cameron said, “We are building a vehicle in Sydney to explore the deep trenches of the sea. I`m training to pilot for this one-seater machine that can go down to almost 30,000 feet.”
The scuba enthusiast and marine explorer is also busy working on his forthcoming project, ‘Avatar 2’, which will be shot under the sea. About integrating science into filmmaking, the part-scientist and part-artist admits that he makes movies to carry forward his many scientific experiments.
"If any Indian filmmaker would be interested to use any of our 3d cameras and equipments and use it to make a ‘Mahabharata’ or ‘Ramayana’, I would be happy to help them," said Cameron, who co-developed the digital 3D Fusion Camera System.
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