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TECHNICOLOR POSTWORKS NEW YORK
110 LEROY STREET
NEW YORK, NY 10014
OCTOBER 14, 2014 @ 7PM
The workshop will cover picture turnover from editorial to a picture finishing/ DI department. Seating in the theatre for this event again is limited, so please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to avoid disappointment. Seats will be allocated on a first-come basis.
Speakers this evening are:
Ian Blume has worked in feature film postproduction for 15 years, spanning such films as CHOCOLAT, DOUBT and THE BOURNE LEGACY.
A graduate of Emerson College (Film Studies, 99), he started out in NYC by building a strong foundation at Sound One. There he established close ties in the industry, and quickly became part of a tightly knit family.
Ian has climbed the ranks as an assistant editor, working on 14 features of all budget levels, in the US and abroad. He has collaborated with many top-tier, award-winning editors, directors, writers and producers, and accumulated valuable experience, technique and guidance from all of them.
Ian is currently working as editor on his 2nd narrative feature film, DRAWING HOME.
Matthew Schneider leads the research and workflow development effort at Technicolor - PostWorks through the Test Lab. He assists clients in workflow design and implementation, and other issues related to digital camera systems and formats. He also serves as liaison to Avid and other technology manufacturers to assist in product development and customer support.
Prior to joining Technicolor - PostWorks New York in 2003, Schneider worked as a support engineer for Avid Technology, where he assisted with large-scale broadcast network deployments, and workflow design for feature film and television clients. He is an active member of SMPTE New York and the Sony Cine-Alta User Group.
Ben Baker has been across a broad range of US and UK studio and independent films as an executive producer, post supervisor, project consultant, workflow designer and manager, in 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 entire project, from development to distribution. He lived in the UK for 10 years and ran the Digital Lab at Framestore during that time. He now resides in New York.
The workshop is free for members- non members can sign up on the night!