MovieLabs will be taking a pivotal role at this year’s Hollywood Producer’s Association Tech Retreat, happening virtually March 15-24. MovieLabs will be presenting across three strategic topics, hosting a number of round tables, providing a sneak peek of a common visual language that they are developing for the industry, and partnering with the HPA to host the second day SuperSession event which will be a live demonstration of production through editorial, visual effects, conform, color, sound and delivery.
MovieLabs CEO Rich Berger said, “We intend to honor the spirit of the physical Tech Retreat we all know and value. Even though we can’t be together physically, the topics are so relevant to the way we have been forced to evolve and work in these pandemic and socially distant times. Our MovieLabs 2030 Vision, published in 2019 has become the industry reference for the future of media creation, and this year’s Tech Retreat provides the perfect opportunity for the industry to come together to discuss and debate how we need to work together to evolve further. We look forward to facilitating much of the conversation around what we are learning, what we are thinking, and the work that lies ahead.”
MovieLabs’ topics will include, among others, software defined workflows, making the case for a common visual language to express workflows and security.
Also, HPA’s Jochen Zell and MovieLabs’s Mark Turner will host a live demonstration of production through editorial, VFX, conform, color, sound and delivery using 5G, and public and private hybrid cloud tools, infrastructure and workflows, discussing where the industry is on the path to MovieLabs 2030 Vision.
Registration is open for the 2021 HPA Tech Retreat and includes a discounted individual HPA membership for non-members.