With remote work increasingly becoming the new normal, the post-production industry is undergoing tumultuous change, obliging professionals in all sectors to rethink career strategies. In the next edition of Post Break, the free webinar series from Post New York Alliance, a diverse panel of experts will discuss the importance of personal branding and social media engagement to a reimagined workforce. The session is scheduled for Thursday, February 25 at 4:00 p.m. EST.
The Hollywood Professional Association has announced details for its Tech Retreat Supersession, a two-day interactive exploration of the workflows and technology of multiple productions taking place around the globe. The Supersession is set for March 23-24 and follows on the success of last year’s Supersession which focused on the live production and post-production of the short film, The Lost Lederhosen.
The American Society of Cinematographers will present writer-producer-director Sofia Coppola with the organization’s Board of Governors Award during the 35th Annual ASC Awards on April 18, which will be live streamed from the ASC Clubhouse in Hollywood. The Society bestows the ASC Board of Governors Award to filmmakers for their significant and indelible contributions to cinema through their body of work.
At its next virtual meeting, which is being held February 25 at 6:00 p.m. PST, the Hollywood section of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers will host a panel of broadcast experts for a discussion of the groundbreaking audio features of ATSC 3.0, the new digital television transmission standard also known as Next Gen TV.
In the next edition of Post Break, Post New York Alliance’s free webinar series, Harbor Supervising sound editor/re-recording mixer Damian Volpe and re-recording mixer Rob Fernandez will discuss their longtime collaboration, workflows for Dolby Atmos and how COVID-19 has changed post-production sound forever. Gershon Hinkson will moderate the discussion.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors will honor Academy Award-winner George Miller with its annual Filmmaker Award. Miller is being honored for a career noteworthy for its incredibly broad scope and consistent excellence. The Australian writer, director and producer is responsible for some of the most successful and beloved films of recent decades including Mad Max, Mad Max 2: Road Warrior, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome and Mad Max: Fury Road.
In collaboration with the Manufacturing Enterprise Solutions Association, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers is bringing the media industry's first human- and machine-readable Language Metadata Table into its public review process, an early step toward SMPTE standardization. Published as a SMPTE Public Committee Draft, the vetted and approved list of language codes will be readily available for public comment, implementation, and validation.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will present Teradek and Amimon with Oscars at a virtual Scientific and Technical Awards presentation on February 13. The award is given for achievements that impact the advancement of the motion picture industry in a meaningful way. accomplishments.
In an event that boasts more than 25 years of industry-changing thought leadership, the unique circumstances of 2021 promise to make this year’s Hollywood Professional Association’s Tech Retreat the most consequential in its history. From March 15-24, in live and recorded content, accessible to a world-wide audience, HPA will present panels, events, and demonstrations that will help our industry share, teach and connect at this most critical time.
The Colorist Society International has appointed Lynette Duensing to a position as Fellow. Duensing is being recognized for her outstanding achievements and contributions to the craft of color across a highly productive career spanning more than 30 years. Other CSI Fellows include Dale Grahn, Lou Levinson, Charles Poynton, Walter Volpatto and Kevin Shaw.