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  1. Hey all! As the topic reads... I'm urgently Looking for Kodak EXR 50D 16mm film or maybe Fuji 64D... Ideally in New York, but I could travel or pay for post. Film love to you all!
  2. NEW YORK, Feb. 9, 2016 - Panavision is pleased to announce industry veteran Russ Robertson has joined the company as Vice President of Marketing in New York, effective immediately. He will be responsible for supporting productions in the region and consulting with filmmakers to supply the most advanced camera rental equipment available through the company's wide-ranging, globally sourced inventory. Robertson brings extensive experience to his role. He has established numerous relationships with production companies, filmmakers and studios in the industry. In addition to liaising with producers, directors, and cinematographers for the majority of his career, Robertson has implemented successful sales teams that respond to the demands of a constantly changing market and that satisfy the needs of customers so they can focus on their job of creating compelling visual stories. "Russ brings a unique blend of knowledge and capabilities to our eastern operations," said Kim Snyder, CEO and President of Panavision. "His understanding of advanced developments in complete production workflows will provide our customers with skilled advice on the latest tools. His industry expertise, along with our highly popular lenses and unique Panavised camera systems, delivers an unparalleled level of service to filmmakers working in the region." Robertson previously worked at Deluxe, where he most recently served as Senior Vice President of Sales for the East Coast. His 20-year career also includes sales and marketing responsibilities at facilities providing film and broadcast post production services in Toronto and Vancouver. Panavision's New York facility is a top supplier of camera rental equipment in the region, with a full staff of prep technicians and camera service experts. The New York team has serviced innumerable local productions, including Vinyl, Orange is the New Black, The Good Wife, Billions, and Blind Spot, among others. For more information, visit http://www.panavision.com, or join the company on Instagram (panavisionofficial), Twitter (@Panavision), Facebook, LinkedIn, Vimeo, and YouTube.
  3. Howdy, y'all- I'm a 27 year-old DP in the New York/New Jersey area and as I've been looking for more and more work over the years I feel that I have been hitting a wall. I come from a G&E background so I've been more used to forming relationships with DPs, owner/ops, and production companies, but I find getting work as a DP to be a different ballgame, so I wanted to know what the pros and cons of hiring an agent are- do they actually find you work, is the cost of hiring someone offset by the increase in gigs, is it better to wait until you join local 600 to hire an agent versus having one in the non-union world, what are some better agencies for less known DPs, is it better to hire someone local or can they be on the other side of the country, etc. etc. Any advice would be appreciated because anything's gotta be better than blindly giving resumes to people who don't know you or scouring Mandy.com. Thanks in advance!
  4. Here's my latest reel.. Moving to NY from LA next week. https://vimeo.com/96209450 35mm, 16mm, Alexa, Red, HD Thanks for checkin it out--
  5. Hi everyone! I just moved to New York, and I'm working as a cinematographer at the moment (mainly assisting, but I had a few projects where I did the cinematography on my own). I wish to learn more about lighting with low budget. Because of the financial crisis, a lot of the projects lately have a very small budget, and I want to be able to learn better how to work with this. Can anyone recommend me a good workshop (or something like that) where I can learn this? Share your experiences with me! :D Thanks a lot!
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