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Don’t miss the celebration! Join us as we reminisce movies that sparked the imagination in us, whether it was the thrill of speed, adventurous discoveries, or creatures that became friends. Another special feature includes Blizzard Entertainment who celebrates 30 years, a milestone anniversary. Presenters journey down memory lane with untold stories, the challenges, pioneering techniques not yet discovered, and the passion that propelled VFX forward.

Included in this stream:

  • Space Jam: The Tech Behind the Classic
  • Space Jam at 25: The Animators Behind the Classic
  • 40th Anniversary: Raiders of the Lost Ark Through the Lens of Richard Edlund
  • Blizzard Animation: Celebrating 30 Years of Epic Entertainment
  • Celebrating 25 Years of DragonHeart
  • Celebrating 20 Years of The Fast and the Furious
  • Moulin Rouge! 20th Anniversary Panel

If stunt coordinator and second unit director Mic Rodgers hadn’t signed on to make The Fast and the Furious, chances are that the $5B dollar franchise might not exist at all. In this hour-long conversation, Mic shares insights as to how some of the movie's most iconic scenes were made as well as some on-set accidents not previously known.


Mic Rodgers

(The Magnificent Seven, Hacksaw Ridge, Point Break, Captain America: The Winter Soldier)

Mic Rodgers is a 40+ year veteran of the entertainment industry with 40 years experience of SAG stunt work and 30 years as a DGA 2nd unit director.

Over his career, Rodgers has worked with some of the industry's top talent including John Frankenheimer, Mark Rydell, John Badham, Richard Donner, Quentin Tarantino, Jon Favreau, Roland Emmerich, and James Cameron just to name a few.

A well respected and trusted stunt worker, stunt coordinator, and second unit director, Rodgers has won the World Taurus Stunt Awards twice and has been awarded an Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Award for Technical Achievement for the "Mic Rig" which he developed for The Fast & the Furious.


Marina Antunes

Film Critic, Podcaster, Festival Director

Marina has been writing and discussing film for over 15 years, first on a personal blog followed by a decade long tenure on the now retired Row Three. In 2008, she joined the writing staff at Quiet Earth, becoming Editor-In-Chief in 2014, a role she still holds. Over the years, she has also produced and hosted a number of podcasts including Before the Dawn, a long-running podcast on the Twilight franchise, Girls on Pop, a podcast on film and popular entertainment from women’s perspective and After the Credits, bi-monthly film podcast with nearly 300 episodes.

Marina is a member of the Online Film Critics Society and the Alliance of Women Film Journalists, is the Vice President of the Vancouver ACM SIGGRAPH chapter and has served on juries for several film festivals including DOXA, St. Louis International Film Festival, and the Whistler Film Festival. She joined the Spark CG Society as Festival Director in 2014.

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