Computer Animation and Visual Effects


RUFA, in Computer animation the Masterclass with Romolo Cozzi

Romolo Cozzi will be the protagonist of the Masterclass of the Computer animation and visual effects course scheduled from Monday May 25th. RUFA, in fact, continues to organize meetings and insights, dedicated to its students, with leading figures of the creative industry, with the aim not only to encourage the exchange of ideas and projects, but to generate comparisons of growth useful to the development of specific skills, able to make a difference in the world of professions.
As far as the Computer animation and visual effects course is concerned, it is an “itinerary” that began in the last few months and that has allowed to listen to the experiences of the top experts in a sector that is increasingly transversal between cinema, television, audiovisual productions and web.

Romolo Cozzi is an architect who works in computer graphics and 3D animation. His educational path began during his university period: here he discovered the infinite possibilities of the computer tool in the field of architectural representation. His passion and curiosity for the expressive potential of computer graphics did the rest, leading him to set up a company in which he interfaced the roles of art director, producer and generalist. These were years in which Romolo Cozzi refined both his technical skills and his creative talents by working closely with the marketing, research and development departments and creating demo products that were then used in TV commercials broadcast on the major national networks. From here on it has been a constant progress with consolidated international realities: in Pixomondo he has covered the role of 3d generalist/lighter for Feature Film and Commercials, in MPC London he collaborated with “The Lion King” as Lighting TD and, again as Lighting TD, he was involved in the production of “Peter Rabbit 2-Un rascal on the run”. In his work experience and innovation are mixed together, always with different implications.

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