Tuesday, June 19, 2012

IATSE Workshop This Weekend! Cinematography Students Should Apply


Presented by International Cinematographers Guild, Local 600
Co-sponsored by IATSE Local 52 and ARRI/CSC

Saturday, Sunday - June 23, 24, 2012
2 Emerson Lane, Secaucus, New Jersey (just a few steps from ARRI/CSC)

Two days of master classes, presentations, panel discussions and show floor demonstrations about the art, craft and technology of lighting; cinematography; and digital workflows on-set and in post-production. The expo will feature more than 30 camera, lighting, film negative, software, post-production and accessory vendors and will focus on education.

Local 52 and Local 600 Members - Free (with a refundable $50.00 deposit)
Non-members - $100.00 / Students - $ 50.00
Breakfast, lunch and Saturday evening dinner included
Reservations required - Contact Robbie Moore at Local 600, NYC, 212 647-7300

Free Parking
Port of Authority Path Train to Secaucus Station, free shuttle from Secaucus Station to and from location, mornings and end of day
Saturday, June 23   -  8:30 AM - 10:00 PM 
(8:30 AM breakfast, 9:00 AM show floor opens, 9:30 AM sessions begin, 6:00 PM Arri/CSC Bavarian BBQ & Beer) 
Lighting Master Class with DP Reed Morano ("Frozen River," "Little Birds"), one of Variety's 10 Cinematographers to Watch and a Kodak Vision Award recipient

Starting with the Finish - Leading DITs joining top post-production facility artists and technologists for an examination of post-production workflows

Lighting Master Class with DP Tom Stern, ASC ("J. Edgar," "Mystic River"), an Oscar and BSC Award nominee who has worked with Clint Eastwood for a decade

Lab-in-a-Box - Leading DITS join top post-production facility artists and technologists to examine the benefits and challenges of varied approaches to onset dailies and color management.

Bavarian BBQ & Beer - Hosted by Arri/CSC in celebration of Hardwrick Johnson's 50 years with the company  

Sunday, June 24  -  8:30 AM - 6:00 PM  
(8:30 AM breakfast, 9:00 AM show floor opens, 9:30 AM sessions begin)  
ACES and Digital Workflows - Curtis Clark, ASC, chair, ASC Technology Committee explains the ACES color management system and how to design ACES compliant workflows, citing his recent short film "Eldorado" (4K, 16-BIT)

LED Presentation: Color Theory and Practical Applications - Frank Marsico, president of Shadowstone, delves into color perception and science and the creative use of automated, LED and plasma lighting, accompanied by a video presentation from John Erland, Chair, AMPAS Sci-Tech Council's Solid State Lighting Subcommittee

Lighting Master Class with DP Rodrigo Prieto, ASC ("Babel," "Biutiful"), an Oscar and ASC Award nominee and multiple Camerimage Award winner.   

Transitioning Into the Digital World - Leading cinematographers, gaffers and key grips examine how new technologies are transforming their collaborative process on-set

About Local 600
The International Cinematographers Guild represents the most talented camera professionals in the world. The technicians and artisans in our union are the creators of the visual images on the big screen, the television screen and our computer screen.

International Cinematographers Guild members - Directors of Photography, Camera Operators and Assistants, Computer Graphics Specialists, Visual Effects Supervisors, Still Photographers, Publicists and more - are part of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees. The IATSE is comprised of highly skilled technicians working in film, television, live entertainment, animation, special effects and new media.

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