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Technicolor PostWorks New York
110 Leroy Street
New York, NY 10014
November 6, 2014 @ 7pm
The final session in the popular Turnover Series is Turnover to VFX, a conversation between a visual effects editor and visual effects supervisor about what goes into their work together. Technicolor again hosts us in their comfortable Leroy Street ground floor theatre. If you can’t make it, be sure to check out our podcast recording.
This Turnover to VFX workshop will cover the full visual effects editorial process. We’ll hear from top working pros just how visual effects shots move through their workflow from editorial versions to finishing.
Seating in the theatre is limited to 30. Don’t be disappointed by not securing a seat! Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as you can. Seats will be allocated on a first-come basis.
Speakers on the night are:
Zana Bochar has been working in postproduction in NYC since graduating from Florida State University’s College of Motion Picture Arts. Zana joined the Editors Guild as an apprentice on A Serious Man. Her feature film work includes Black Swan and Men In Black 3. Zana started in visual effects editorial as a visual effects assistant editor on The Bourne Legacy and Noah. Most recently she was the visual effects editor on Chris Rock's upcoming Top Five.
Chris Healer’s varied career includes finishing a film degree at University of Colorado/Boulder, building a 16mm projector out of Legos and writing a 3D graphics library in DOS, Chris transitioned from web design to motion capture and 3D animation while in Denver. He moved to New York in 2002 to complete work on Below the Belt (Sundance 2004). By 2005 Chris founded visual effects house The Molecule (http://www.themolecule.com). At The Molecule, he splits his time as CEO, CTO, Visual Effects Supervisor, VFX Consultant, Creative Designer, Software Developer, Producer, and Chief Scientist.
Chris has worked on a variety of film and television projects, including The Affair, Nurse Jackie, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, The Americans, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Rescue Me, Damages, 30 Rock, Rubicon, Royal Pains, Smash, Blue Bloods, Golden Boy, A Walk Among the Tombstones, The Giver, Hellbenders, Beasts of the Southern Wild, and many more.
Ben Baker, series’ moderator and PNYA Education committee chair, has worked across a broad range of studio and independent films in both the UK and US as an executive producer, post supervisor, project consultant, workflow designer and manager. His work has covered areas as diverse as on location dailies and editorial for digital cinematography, high-end digital intermediate mastering, feature film restoration and digital asset management over the life-cycle of an entire project, from development to distribution.
Ben’s credits include his work on Casino Royale, The Narnia Chronicles Trilogy, and Generation Kill (HBO). His film and digital restoration work is extensive, including mastering hundreds of films. While living in the UK, Ben ran the Digital Lab at noted facility Framestore. He now lives in the New York area.
The workshop is free for members- non members can sign up on the night!