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CAMERAderie: Act Two – Workflow/Post Convention

Feb 27 - Feb 28

$15.00 – $100.00

Join Women In Media for this comprehensive 2-day virtual workflow and post production convention, fitting for any and all crew members looking to hone their filmmaking skills. From prep, to video capture, to editorial, to sound, to VFX and color, to delivery… you don’t want to miss this!

Whether you are taking part in the CAMERAderie: Act Two pre-production lab or not (and you should be!!), these keynotes, seminars, panels and networking opportunities are in-valuable. Post production and Workflow Events are lead by award-winning industry professionals in each field.

Thank you to our advisors and mentors! https://www.womennmedia.com/cameraderie-initiative/mentors-advisors-2021/

Check back for announcements about additional speakers and raffle prizes from our Sponsors!

Raffle Prizes

You must be present to be eligible to win these valuable prizes!

Dell Precision 3240 Compact workstation

Intel Xeon W-1290 (10 Core)

NVIDIA Quadro RTX 3000 GPU

64 GB RAM

Two 512GB M.2 SSDs

3-year warranty

Wired keyboard and mouse

Retail value: of over $4,000

Rosco Mixbook

The World’s First Digital Swatchbook For Choosing LED Colors
Retail value: $94
MIXBOOK is a digital swatchbook that enables users to pre-visualize gel and LED colors in order to communicate their color choices with other members of their team. This helpful lighting tool is controlled via Bluetooth® by our free myMIX® app to enable lighting professionals to explore how their color choices will perform in the reality of their project.
Just launched Rosco DMG Dash Pocket LED Kit

Retail value: $279

DMG DASH features MIX® technology inside!
Because it uses the same six-chip design –
DMG DASH produces the same color-quality and True Rosco Color™ gel matches as other MIX lights.

FilmCraft Director’s Chair

Retail value $310

Convention Program

DAY 1 – FEBRUARY 27, 2021

Presented By LightIron

**Tickets are sold by the day.**

Note: all times listed below are PST

10:00 – 10:20 AM PST

WELCOME & KEYNOTE

Tema Staig, Women in Media Executive Director

Brigitte Bourque, VFX Supervisor 9-1-1 Lone Star

An introduction about what is in store this weekend – panels, guest speakers, seminars and networking opportunities!

 

Keynote from Brigitte Bourque of Fuse FX with credits such as VFX Supervisor on 9-1-1: Lone Star and Composite Supervisor on 9-1-1,The Walking Dead, and Empire.

10:20 – 11:30 AM PST

The Post Production Roadmap

Christine Carr

Director of Business Development, Light Iron Los Angeles

Whether working in features, series, or short-form content, filmmakers need to know their project’s intended destination before embarking on their creative journey. Theatrical exhibition, film festivals, traditional cable, and OTT streaming—in both HDR and SDR—all come with their own requirements, and being aware of them from the outset will lead to the most informed artistic and technical decisions along the way. Join Light Iron director of business development Christine Carr for this guided tour of modern post-production best practices, including the latest workflows and remote capabilities that have emerged in response to the needs of the past year.

11:45 AM -12:15 PM PST

DIT: Successful Prep for Post

Kerry Michelle O’Brien, Post Production Supervisor, DIT Lupe, One Day in September, Fish Never Sleep

Preparing and organizing in pre-production is imperative to having a smooth pipeline through editorial, VFX, sound and color. The collaboration between DIT, Cinematographer, and Post Production Supervisor ensures that your raw footage is stored, backed up and optimally distributed for the creative editing process and then back to full resolution for deliverables to festivals, streaming, movie theater, or even your phone.

Kerry Michelle breaks the steps and pipeline down for you, demystifying just what you need for a successful, and relatively headache-free production.

12:15-1:00 PM PST

LUNCH BREAK

1:00 – 2:30 PM PST

SEMINAR: The Craft of Narrative Film Editing

 

Katie McQuerry, Editor Hail Caesar, Roger Waters: The Wall, River of Fundament

Katharine McQuerrey’s seminar will touch on the craft of narrative film editing. We will go through the picture editor’s role from pre-production, shooting and finishing of the film. Topics covered will include script breakdown, the assembly, director’s and producers cut, feedback screenings, visual effects and sound and music. Go through the building of a scene to see how much the right picture editing can change your film. Whether you are a director, producer, screenwriter or professional editor, the more you understand editing and its value in the filmmaking process, the better filmmaker you will be!
2:45 – 4:30 PM PST

PANEL: Visionaries – The Final Draft

Moderator – Walt Louie, Editor,Owner Flash Cuts, Faculty Santa Monica College

The final draft of any script happens in the editing room. Whether you are making a big budget blockbuster or an indie budget passion piece, the vision between a director and editor must be interwoven. These partners in crime must be on the same page about story arc, characters, and flow. We will explore the language of the edit from a story teller’s point of view.
Panelist

Maysie Hoy, Editor The Joy Luck Club,What Dreams May Come, Dolly Parton’s Coat of Many Colors

Panelist

Rosanne Tan, Editor Mr. Robot, Homecoming, Seven Seconds

Panelist

Liz Friedlander, Director The Vampire Diaries, American Horror Story, The Boys

4:30 – 4:45 PM PST

END OF DAY 1 REMARKS

Annika Hylmö, WiM Producer & Mentor, Producer Dr. Penelope, Image Makers

Recap of Day 1 and what to look forward to on Day 2!

Contest Giveaway!

DAY 2 – FEBRUARY 28, 2021

**Tickets are sold by the day.**

Note: all times listed below are PST

10:00 – 10:15 AM PST

WELCOME

Allison Vanore, Women in Media Secretary / Treasurer, WiM Producer; Emmy winning Producer After Forever, Buck Run, Dark/Web, The Rainbow Experiment

Kicking off Day 2 and what you can look forward to throughout the day.
10:15 – 11:30 AM PST

VISUAL EFFECTS: Crossroads of Art and Technology Virtual Production

Cristin Pescosolido, VFX supervisor, Final Destination 3; DFX supervisor, 300

Charmaine Chan, VFX Artist & Compositor, The Mandalorian, Jurassic World Attraction (ride), Black Panther

Digital Effects Supervisor, Cristin Pescosolido introduces VFX Artist and Compositor Charmaine Chan for a presentation and conversation focusing on the latest virtual production techniques as well as traditional VFX workflow and practical considerations.
11:30 AM – 12:15 PM PST

LUNCH BREAK

12:15 – 1:15 PM PST

SEMINAR: The Wonderful World of Color

Allie Ames, Colorist at Technicolor-PostWorks Mary Poppins Returns, Dash and Lily, Totally Under Control

Welcome to the wonderful world of color! We will discuss the process from beginning to end, from before you’ve shot a single frame to mastering your show for streaming. From Look Up Tables (LUT’s) and Log to lingo you can use in the color suite, we will explore how your film gets finished.
1:30 – 2:45 PM PST

SOUND

Arhynn Descy, Composer Patriot: A Nation at War, Nine Nights, Blank

Greg Hedgepath, Supervising Sound Editor Queen and Slim, Speed, The Hunger Games, Selma

A keynote by composer Arhynn Descy followed by an introduction to Greg Hedgepath.

Greg will lecture on the importance of understanding the basics of audio post production when planning your shoot. The do’s and don’ts in pre-production planning which will save you time, money and heartache later down the line. Outline the process used in editing production dailies, cleaning them up, combining them with sound effects, backgrounds, foley, and music, and creating a soundtrack printmaster that is broadcast ready or for viewing in a theater.

 

3:00 PM – 4:30 PM PST

PANEL: SOUND ALCHEMY

Moderator – Jennifer Smith, Music Supervisor American Idol, Why Women Kill, Selling Sunset, The Transcendents

The creative process of bringing the sound art form to your story is paramount to placing the image in a physical and emotional context. Join these technical yet creative alchemists as we explore the emotional and descriptive tools they bring to impact the cinematic medium.
Panelist

Bobbi Banks, ADR Editor & Dialogue Editor Men in Black International, Straight Outta Compton, August: Osage County

Panelist

Vivian Williams, Foley Artist Becky, I Used to Go Here, Spree

Panelist

Catherine Joy, Composer, Score Producer & Orchestrator The Lucky Ones, Homecoming, RBG

Panelist

Paula Fairfield, Sound Designer Lovecraft Country, Wu Assassins, Game of Thrones

4:30 – 4:45 PM PST

END OF DAY 2 REMARKS

Tema Staig, Women in Media Executive Director

Renee Barron, Workflow/Post Convention Producer, CAMERAderie Advisor, Emmy Award winning Editor Rock Camp, Eat. Race. Win., Project Accessory

Tema will introduce one of the producers behind the Workflow/Post Convention: Renee Barron.

Renee will close out the weekend and give us a look ahead at what Women in Media has coming up for CAMERAderie and beyond.

 

Grand Prize Contest Giveaway!

Tickets

Tickets are sold by the day and the earlier you grab them the better the deal! If you want to attend the entire convention, make sure you buy a ticket for Day 1 and one for Day 2.

Ticketed attendees will receive the Zoom link via email 24 hours prior to the event and again an hour before the event. Women In Media members, login to the website to reveal your discount.

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A Special Thank You to our Event Chair & Producer Scottie Jeanette Madden and Event Producer & Advisor Renee Barron as well as our Mentors & Advisors for making this convention a success!

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Start:
Feb 27
End:
Feb 28
Cost:
$15.00 – $100.00
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