ACADEMY Award-winning director James Cameron is to supply his 3D filmmaking expertise for the BBCs forthcoming multi-million pound Walking with Dinosaurs film. Cameron Pace, the joint venture between Cameron and 3D technology expert Vince Pace, will provide its Fusion 3D technology to Walking with Dinosaurs 3D, produced jointly by BBC Earth, Evergreen Films and Reliance Big Entertainment. The part CGI, part live-action 3D drama will combine factual content with the story of a dinosaur family living 70 million years ago. Fox holds the distribution rights to Walking With Dinosaurs 3D, and expects to release the film in the US, UK, France, Australia, Japan and several other countries in 2013. Cameron, who was named a National Geographic explorer-in-residence in June, said: Walking With Dinosaurs 3D offers a fantastic opportunity to push our advances in 3D even further. Were inspired by the creative ambition behind the film and the opportunity to work on a feature that aims to bring audiences a real, visceral experience. At the IBC conference in Amsterdam, Cameron Pace announced that Alaska-based Evergreen Films is the first studio to be CPG Certified, meaning it will rely exclusively on Cameron Pace technology and expertise to produce 3D content. DS