The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) is conducting a seminar titled How to Create Artful Movies on Budget: The Effects of New Technology on Cinematography at the International Beverly Hills Films Festival. The seminar will be held in the courtyard at the Clarity Theatre on April 8 from noon to 1:30 p.m. The Festival runs from April 5 through April 9.
World-class cinematographers including Michael Goi, ASC, Jacek Laskus, ASC Rob
McLachlan, ASC, CSC, Donald M. Morgan, ASC, Kees Van Oostrum, ASC, Daniel Pearl,
ASC, Steven Poster, ASC, Paul Ryan, ASC and Vilmos Zsigmond, ASC will participate on the
seminar. They will discuss the role cinematographers play in the constantly evolving
collaborative art of visual storytelling. They will also share their experiences with new film and
hybrid postproduction technologies that are opening frontiers for creating artful movies for both
the cinema and television. Most importantly, they will answer questions that you didn?t know
you had. Bob Fisher will moderate the panel.
Parking is available in the garage off of Crescent Dr. for $4. For additional information visit www.beverlyhillsfilmfestival.com or call 310.779.1206.
ASC was founded in 1919. There are currently 285 members, and 145 associate members working in ancillary sectors of the industry. For more information about the ASC, visit www.theasc.com.
The annual International Beverly Hills Film Festival was founded in 2001 by award-winning independent filmmaker Nino Simone to bridge the world of premiere independent cinema with the renowned community of Beverly Hills.The Festival is dedicated to showcasing and promoting non-studio films to the entertainment industry.
All participants are subject to their availability.
ASC Seminar Slated For Beverly Hills Film Festival
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