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  1. A rare opportunity to discuss filmmaking with Rodrigo, Prieto, ASC, legendary cinematographer and collaborator with Alejandro González Iñárritu, Martin Scorsese, Ann Lee and more. Event date, May 14, 10 AM PDT. It's part of the NAB Express "Let's Talk Cine" free Zoom program. Info here: https://bit.ly/NAB2020LTC. Just click on the card and sign up using the blue zoom link below the session title and description. Get your questions ready!
  2. Wednesday, May 13, 1:00 PM, PDT - Join DP's Ben Kutchins and Armando Salas, director/camera operator Ben Semanoff and art director David Bomba, ADG, in a live conversation about the Netflix series “Ozark” and learn how they evolved the show's dark, picturesque look in season three. Full Let's Talk Cine/NAB Express program here: https://bit.ly/NAB2020LTC. Click the session card and register using the blue Zoom link below the session description and time. David Geffner, ICG Magazine executive editor, is moderating.
  3. Telling Stories with LED Lights, a panel discussion featuring leading cinematographers and gaffers examining the impact of new LED lighting sources on feature films and TV creativity and production. Produced by the International Cinematographers Guild (IATSE, ICG Local 600) Saturday, June 3, 2017 (10:15 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.) At the Sherry Lansing Theater, Paramount Studios, 5555 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, 90038. Cine Gear Expo pass required. Panel open to all attendees at no cost. http://www.cinegearexpo.com/ Leading cinematographers and gaffers will be discussing how they work with off-the-shelf products, custom built sources and lighting programmers to finesse traditional looks and to explore new visual territory. Learn about their artful use of LEDs to convey mood, character and plot points on highly regarded motion picture and TV projects. Panel Participants: Mike Bauman, Gaffer; Phantom Thread, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Iron Man 2 Ronald Dragosh, Gaffer; Chicago Justice, Chicago PD, Chicago Fire (Season 1, electrician) Jess Hall, BSC, Director of Photography; Ghost in the Shell, Transcendence, The Spectacular Now Erik Messerschmidt, Director of Photography & Gaffer; Mindhunter (DP), Gone Girl (Gaffer), Fantastic Four (Gaffer) Rachel Morrison, ASC, Director of Photography; Black Panther, Dope, Fruitvale Station Steven Poster, ASC, Director of Photography; Amityville: The Awakening, Southland Tales, Donnie Darko, Someone to Watch Over Me James Plannette, Gaffer; The Artist, The Adjustment Bureau, Ocean’s Eleven, Traffic, Someone to Watch Over Me Lisa Wiegand, ASC, Director of Photography; Chicago Justice, American Crime, Chicago Fire Moderator: Michael Chambliss, Technologist & Business Representative, International Cinematographers Guild IATSE Local 600
  4. Telling Stories with LED Lights, a panel discussion featuring leading cinematographers and gaffers examining the impact of new LED lighting sources on feature films and TV creativity and production. Produced by the International Cinematographers Guild (IATSE, ICG Local 600) WHEN: Saturday, June 3, 2017 (10:15 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.) WHERE: Sherry Lansing Theater, Paramount Studios, 5555 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, 90038. Cine Gear Expo pass required. Panel open to all attendees at no cost. http://www.cinegearexpo.com/ ABOUT THE PANEL DISCUSSION: Cinematographers have a new creative tool in their arsenal: high quality LED lighting sources. LEDs offer increased flexibility, control and reliability. They enable greater subtlety and precision and open the door to new kinds of lighting schemas and new ways to design and control color palettes. Hear from leading cinematographers and gaffers discussing how they work with off-the-shelf products, custom built sources and lighting programmers to finesse traditional looks and to explore new visual territory. Learn about their artful use of LEDs to convey mood, character and plot points on highly regarded motion picture and TV projects. Panel Participants: Mike Bauman, Gaffer; Phantom Thread, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Iron Man 2 Ronald Dragosh, Gaffer; Chicago Justice, Chicago PD, Chicago Fire (Season 1, electrician) Jess Hall, BSC, Director of Photography; Ghost in the Shell, Transcendence, The Spectacular Now Erik Messerschmidt, Director of Photography & Gaffer; Mindhunter (DP), Gone Girl (Gaffer), Fantastic Four (Gaffer) Rachel Morrison, ASC, Director of Photography; Black Panther, Dope, Fruitvale Station Steven Poster, ASC, Director of Photography; Amityville: The Awakening, Southland Tales, Donnie Darko, Someone to Watch Over Me James Plannette, Gaffer; The Artist, The Adjustment Bureau, Ocean’s Eleven, Traffic, Someone to Watch Over Me Lisa Wiegand, ASC, Director of Photography; Chicago Justice, American Crime, Chicago Fire Moderator: Michael Chambliss, Technologist & Business Representative, International Cinematographers Guild IATSE Local 600
  5. INTERNATIONAL CINEMATOGRAPHERS GUILD TO HOST THREE PANELS AT NAB SHOW (April 24-25) GAME Of THRONES: Behind the Scenes with the Filmmakers GHOST IN THE SHELL: Creating a Cyber Future NEXT GENERATION IMAGE MAKING – Taking Content Creation to New Places The panels, hosted by the The International Cinematographers Guild (IATSE, ICG Local 600), at the NAB Show (April 22 – 27,) will examine advanced and future imaging techniques, including the use of machine intelligence in pre and post production. The discussions will be set within the context of high profile, consumer content including Game of Thrones and Ghost in the Shell. All sessions will take place at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Monday, April 24, 1:00 PM, Ghost in the Shell: Creating a Parallel Cyber Future, produced in collaboration with the ICG Location: South Hall Upper Room S220 Ghost in the Shell is a sci-fi thriller about cyber-enhanced soldier, Major (Scarlett Johansson), her battles against hacker terrorists and her hunt for her stolen identity and its perpetrators. Combining artistry with cutting edge innovation, the filmmakers designed unique tools and systems, including an original, anime inspired 28-color palette; custom LED lights; a video-photogrammetry rig for 3D video inserts; and a DCI P3 workflow from camera through color finishing and deliverables. See clips and hear stories about the making of this visually groundbreaking motion picture based on the original Japanese manga. Panelists: Jess Hall, BSC, Director of Photography (Transcendence, Brideshead Revisited, Hot Fuzz) John Dykstra, Visual Effects Designer (Oscar Winner: Spider-Man 2, Star Wars, Emmy Winner: Battlestar Galactica) Michael Hatzer, DI Colorist, Technicolor Justin Wagman, Post Production Supervisor Moderator: David Geffner, Executive Editor of ICG Magazine Monday, April 24, 2:30 PM Game of Thrones: Behind the Scenes with the Filmmakers South Hall Upper Room S220 With its spectacular battles, dragons, reverberating hugs, and death winnowing storylines, season 6 of Game of Thrones ratcheted up the tension and raised anticipation for an eventual, epic series conclusion. The season was shot simultaneously by director/ cinematographer pairs rotating between stage and location (as is the custom), spotlighted a cast of hundreds and featured nearly 1900 visual effects shots. Learn how the filmmakers applied the Game of Thrones naturalistic lighting style to new locations and storylines, how they chose to block and edit the emotional turning points, and how they harnessed postproduction to visually unify the footage. See some great footage and understand why, in 2016, Game of Thrones drew an amazing 25.1 million viewers across all major platforms. Panelists: Bernadette Caulfield, Executive Producer Greg Spence, Producer Anette Haellmigk, Director of Photography (Emmy Nominee: Game of Thrones) Jonathan Freeman, Director of Photography (Emmy Winner: Board Walk Empire, Emmy Nominee: Game of Thrones) Moderator: David Geffner, Executive Editor of ICG Magazine Tuesday, April 25 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. Next Generation Image Making – Taking Content Creation to New Places North Hall. Room 251 Light field, volumetric capture, computational photography, real-time rendering, and generative imaging have the potential to transform image making for all forms of content. Already, they are contributing to the blurring lines between live action and computer-generated imaging, and between what takes place in preproduction, production and post. What is science behind these new technologies and how do they work? What are their current limitations and promise? Glimpse what NAB’s Central and South Hall could look like in five to ten years… Panelists: Andrew Shulkind, Director of Photography (Clients include: Paramount, DreamWorks, Sony Pictures, Apple, Adidas, AT&T, Budweiser, Google, Old Spice and Samsung.) Jon Karafin, CEO Light Field Lab. Inc. Gavin Miller, Head of Adobe Research. Steve Sullivan, General Manager, Holographic Imaging Microsoft Moderator: Michael Chambliss, technologist and business representative for the ICG, IATSE Local 600
  6. WHAT: 2015 Cine Gear Expo ACES Panel WHEN: Saturday, June 6th, 10:15 to 11:30AM WHERE: Sherry Lansing Theater, Paramount Studios DESCRIPTION: After years of research and development, ACES 1.0 has arrived. ACES enables DPs and directors to preserve the on-set creative intent and carry it into dailies, editorial, VFX, the DI and on into archiving. It does this, in large part, by addressing many of the long-standing color management issues facing today’s productions. Hear from hands-on filmmakers and technologists how ACES came into being, why it is important and how it impacts the creative and practical production process. Gain insight into how ACES can help simplify workflows, solve color reproduction issues on a wide range of displays, facilitate the integration of footage from multiple camera models and lenses, and provide a single color management standard. PANELISTS: Curtis Clark, ASC - director of photography; chairman, ASC Technology Committee; recipient, AMPAS Scientific and Technical Achievement Award (ASC-CDL); recipient, ASC Presidents Award Theo van de Sande, ASC - director of photography Award; nominee, 2014 ASC Award (“Deliverance Creek”) Bobby Maruvada - digital imaging technician and colorist John Daro - digital intermediate colorist, FotoKem (“Deliverence Creek”) Ray Feeney - ACES Project Committee co-chair, AMPAS MODERATOR: Mark Weingartner – VFX director of photography; chair, ICG National Training Committee; member, ASC Technology Committee Presented by ICG and ASC Technology Committee, in cooperation with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences
  7. Jill Wilk

    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Academy Award nominee and “American Sniper” cinematographer Tom Stern will appear in a conversation at NAB Show, which takes place in Las Vegas in April. The session, “Heroes, Legends and ‘American Sniper’: A Conversation With Tom Stern” is the Keynote Presentation of the Creative Master Series (CMS) and is produced in partnership with the International Cinematographers Guild (ICG) Local 600. It is scheduled for Tuesday, April 14, 1:45 – 2:45 p.m. This one-on-one conversation will explore the career of Oscar nominee Tom Stern, whose close association with Clint Eastwood has yielded such critically acclaimed hits as “Mystic River,” “Million Dollar Baby” and “Flags of Our Fathers.” Attendees will learn about Stern’s history as a gaffer, his on-set creative process, his insights into working with crews worldwide, and his experiences using digital capture to visualize 2014’s highest grossing film, “American Sniper.” Stern joins Creative Master Series participants Robert Yeoman, ASC, (Oscar nominee and cinematographer of “The Grand Budapest Hotel”); Sandra Adair (editor of and Oscar nominee for “Boyhood”); animators and VFX artists of the smash hit video game “Destiny;” and music and SFX craftspeople from various projects including “Gone Girl” and the “Call of Duty” franchise, who will appear as part of a session discussing music selection and production. “Tom Stern is a consummate craftsman, one who has built an incredible body of work over the course of his career, from “Flags of our Fathers” to “The Hunger Games,” said Chris Brown, NAB executive vice president, Conventions and Business Operations. “His vast base of knowledge will be of enormous value to our attendees, and I join our partners at ICG in welcoming Mr. Stern to the lineup at the 2015 NAB Show.” The Creative Master Series at NAB Show celebrates the craftsmanship of content creation and attracts cinematographers, film and VFX editors, production management for film, TV and online, content creators, content owners, programmers, and aggregators. The 3-day CMS program provides an insiders’ perspective from directors, show runners, creative crew, studio and network production executives as they share their insights on award-winning television and film projects, as well as commercials, gaming properties, and live event productions. Additional conference partners for the Creative Master Series include American Cinema Editors (ACE), American Society of Cinematographers (ASC), Entertainment Industries Council (EIC), Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE), New York Festivals, Production Music Association (PMA), and the Visual Effects Society (VES). “Heroes, Legends and ‘American Sniper’: A Conversation with Tom Stern, ASC, AFC” will take place Tuesday, April 14, 1:45-2:45 p.m. in South Hall Room 220 of the Las Vegas Convention Center. To attend this and other sessions, view registration packages. Tweet this: #AmericanSniper cinematographer Tom Stern joins @NABShow lineup as part of Creative Master Series, April 14: http://ctt.ec/9vc3f+ About NAB Show NAB Show, held April 11-16, 2015 in Las Vegas, is the world's largest electronic media show covering the creation, management and delivery of content across all platforms. With more than 98,000 attendees from 150 countries and 1,600+ exhibitors, NAB Show is the ultimate marketplace for digital media and entertainment. From creation to consumption, across multiple platforms and countless nationalities, NAB Show is home to the solutions that transcend traditional broadcasting and embrace content delivery to new screens in new ways. For complete details, visit www.nabshow.com. About NAB The National Association of Broadcasters is the premier advocacy association for America's broadcasters. NAB advances radio and television interests in legislative, regulatory and public affairs. Through advocacy, education and innovation, NAB enables broadcasters to best serve their communities, strengthen their businesses and seize new opportunities in the digital age. Learn more at www.nab.org.
  8. Jill Wilk

    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Academy Award nominee and “American Sniper” cinematographer Tom Stern will appear in a conversation at NAB Show, which takes place in Las Vegas in April. The session, “Heroes, Legends and ‘American Sniper’: A Conversation With Tom Stern” is the Keynote Presentation of the Creative Master Series (CMS) and is produced in partnership with the International Cinematographers Guild (ICG) Local 600. It is scheduled for Tuesday, April 14, 1:45 – 2:45 p.m. This one-on-one conversation will explore the career of Oscar nominee Tom Stern, whose close association with Clint Eastwood has yielded such critically acclaimed hits as “Mystic River,” “Million Dollar Baby” and “Flags of Our Fathers.” Attendees will learn about Stern’s history as a gaffer, his on-set creative process, his insights into working with crews worldwide, and his experiences using digital capture to visualize 2014’s highest grossing film, “American Sniper.” Stern joins Creative Master Series participants Robert Yeoman, ASC, (Oscar nominee and cinematographer of “The Grand Budapest Hotel”); Sandra Adair (editor of and Oscar nominee for “Boyhood”); animators and VFX artists of the smash hit video game “Destiny;” and music and SFX craftspeople from various projects including “Gone Girl” and the “Call of Duty” franchise, who will appear as part of a session discussing music selection and production. “Tom Stern is a consummate craftsman, one who has built an incredible body of work over the course of his career, from “Flags of our Fathers” to “The Hunger Games,” said Chris Brown, NAB executive vice president, Conventions and Business Operations. “His vast base of knowledge will be of enormous value to our attendees, and I join our partners at ICG in welcoming Mr. Stern to the lineup at the 2015 NAB Show.” The Creative Master Series at NAB Show celebrates the craftsmanship of content creation and attracts cinematographers, film and VFX editors, production management for film, TV and online, content creators, content owners, programmers, and aggregators. The 3-day CMS program provides an insiders’ perspective from directors, show runners, creative crew, studio and network production executives as they share their insights on award-winning television and film projects, as well as commercials, gaming properties, and live event productions. Additional conference partners for the Creative Master Series include American Cinema Editors (ACE), American Society of Cinematographers (ASC), Entertainment Industries Council (EIC), Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE), New York Festivals, Production Music Association (PMA), and the Visual Effects Society (VES). “Heroes, Legends and ‘American Sniper’: A Conversation with Tom Stern, ASC, AFC” will take place Tuesday, April 14, 1:45-2:45 p.m. in South Hall Room 220 of the Las Vegas Convention Center. To attend this and other sessions, view registration packages. Tweet this: #AmericanSniper cinematographer Tom Stern joins @NABShow lineup as part of Creative Master Series, April 14: http://ctt.ec/9vc3f+ About NAB Show NAB Show, held April 11-16, 2015 in Las Vegas, is the world's largest electronic media show covering the creation, management and delivery of content across all platforms. With more than 98,000 attendees from 150 countries and 1,600+ exhibitors, NAB Show is the ultimate marketplace for digital media and entertainment. From creation to consumption, across multiple platforms and countless nationalities, NAB Show is home to the solutions that transcend traditional broadcasting and embrace content delivery to new screens in new ways. For complete details, visit www.nabshow.com. About NAB The National Association of Broadcasters is the premier advocacy association for America's broadcasters. NAB advances radio and television interests in legislative, regulatory and public affairs. Through advocacy, education and innovation, NAB enables broadcasters to best serve their communities, strengthen their businesses and seize new opportunities in the digital age. Learn more at www.nab.org.
  9. "Donnie Darko" cinematographer and ICG Local 600 President Steven Poster, ASC, will present a master class in cinematography at IFP's Made in New York Media Center in DUMBO on Saturday, November 15, 10 am to 3 pm. The film "Donnie Darko" will be screened in the morning and after lunch, Steven will present an overview of his collaboration with director Richard Kelly. Steven will also share his secrets about how to persevere and flourish in the film business. When: Saturday, November 15 10 am to 3 pm Where: IFP's Made in New York Media Center (DUMBO) 30 John Street Brooklyn, NY 11201 RSVP here. http://nymediacenter.com/events/event/?id=242651E3-8495-4F0B-A94FEC84FA3E2750&slugid=masterclass-with-steven-poster-asc-donnie-darko
  10. International Cinematographers Guild to Field Workflow Panel at Cine Gear Los Angeles, June 3, 2014…The International Cinematographers Guild (ICG, IATSE Local 600) is producing a panel discussion on “New Workflow Choices and the Director of Photography” at the 2014 Cine Gear Expo in the Sherry Lansing Theatre on the Paramount Pictures lot this Saturday, June 7, from 10:15 to 11:30. The panelists are Paul Cameron, ASC, Director of Photography (Total Recall, Dead Man Down), Mark Doering-Powell, Director of Photography (ABC’s Super Fun Night; CW’s Everybody Hates Chris), Steven Poster, ASC, Director of Photography, National President, ICG (Donnie Darko; Someone to Watch Over Me), Andrew Turman, Director of Photography (Target, Lexus), Michele deLorimier, Digital Imaging Technician ( DIT) & Phantom Tech (Cover Girl’s Pink; Cream Reunion at the Royal Albert Hall), Bobby Maruvada, Digital Imaging Technician (DI colorist Project X, After Earth) and E. Gunnar Mortensen, Focus Puller (Amityville Horror: Locked In, Cooties). Digital Imaging Technician Joshua Gollish (Skyfall, Prisoners) will moderate. The panel will discuss how Directors of Photography and their crews encounter an ever-expanding range of approaches to color management and dailies. These new paths profoundly impact the DP’s artistic style and every aspect of their job, including on-set operations and creative environment and communication with the director, talent, editorial and postproduction. This group of leading DPs and other camera crew members will examine how their workflow choices on recent, high profile motion picture and TV projects impacted the filmmaking process, the craft and the product. http://www.cinegearexpo.com/83/ Press Contact: Rick Markovitz Weissman/Markovitz Communications rick@publicity4all.com 818-760-8995
  11. Looking forward to listening to cinematographers Wally Pfister and Jess Hall talk about how they worked together on “Transcendence” at NAB next week. What makes this special is that Wally is a first time director here. How do two DPs reconcile their take on a major film like this? Is it a disadvantage or an advantage? My guess is the latter. I’ll find out when they appear at their Creative Master Series keynote presentation co-sponsored by the ICG, on Tuesday, April 8 at 1:45 p.m. Room S220 http://bit.ly/1hWwb9w The ICG will be at NAB: Booth C10306 Central Hall – ICG Magazine/ICG Local 600
  12. AN ESSENTIAL LEARNING AND CAREER EXPERIENCE FOR DIRECTORS, PRODUCERS, WRITERS, AND DEPARTMENT HEADS AT ALL LEVELS. In this Master Class, Quinn will deconstruct Leaving Las Vegas, scene-by- scene, while discussing his process, choices, obstacles, challenges - what worked and what didn't. 10:00 AM Screening: Leaving Las Vegas 12:00 PM Catered Lunch 1:00 PM Master Class 3:00 PM Day Ends Presented in Partnership with LOCAL 600 INTERNATIONAL CINEMATOGRAPHERS GUILD Sponsored by HARBOR PICTURE COMPANY registration: https://www.nymediacenter.com/cinematographer-masterclass/
  13. I need to get rid of my magazine collection. I have approximately 15 years of American Cinematographer magazines and 5-7 years of ICG. Please email me directly if you're interested. I am in the Studio City, CA area. Thanks, Paul Marschall paulmfilm@gmail.com
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