Polaroid is sponsoring a series of all-day creative workshops taking place across the US. One of six certified Polaroid Instant Creativity Professionals will demonstrate simple mechanical and digital manipulation techniques based on Polaroid instant films through hands-on practice sessions. These workshops include six
Independent Feature Project/Minneapolis-St. Paul(IFP MSP) has announced a call for entries for the 2004 Works & Women Filmmakers Access Grants supporting emerging, independent media artists. Grant recipients receive free access to IFP MSP equipment and facilities in order to create a proposed project (these are
If DVD video, music, or games are your business, then EMX is your show.
Click here to download the PDF and get information on the 60 conference sessions taking place at the Entertainment Media Expo, which is being held August 30-September 1, 2004 in Los Angeles at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel.
In addition to the
16x9 Inc. introduces the new Lux dimmable on-board camera light from Bebob Engineering. Lux offers three uses in one convenient light: on-board camera, handheld and stand-mounted, without need for extra accessories or brackets. Lux features both a standard 5600°K dichroic filter and special dichroic to balance the
Century offers a cost-effective solution to extend the telephoto range of 18X/19X Canon IF Pro and 19X/20X Fujinon Pro Classic lenses. The1.6X LC Tele-Converter (TC-16LC-85) simply attaches to the front of the shooting lens, instantly shifting focal length in the telephoto direction. Unlike most extenders, Century
Donald M. Morgan, ASC will participate in a live Internet chat on the International Cinematographers Guild's (ICG) website at www.cameraguild.com on Saturday, July 10 at 10 a.m. (PST). The monthly Internet chats are a popular forum sponsored by ICG for its 6,000 nation-wide members, students, journalists, other
Future Media Concepts (FMC) , a digital media training center and conference producer, announced that it will organize the 2005 Post-Production educational conference at NAB 2005.
The 2005 conference promises to be even bigger and better with an increased number of sessions, a wider variety of topics, Spanish and
American Cinematographer magazine has an article about the visual design of Steven Spielberg's latest film "The Terminal," shot by Janusz Kaminski, ASC. The cinematographer discusses working in the massive airplane terminal set and his lighting plans for the film.
Says Kaminski, "The color temperatures in a real
The Sugar and Sugar Gallery will present "Transformation," a solo still photography exhibition of "meditation art" by cinematographer Kelly Mason, CSC in Vancouver, B.C. The exhibition kicks off with an opening night on July 8 at 7 p.m. at 99 Powell St. in Gastown.
Mason, who has been featured on Cinematographer.com
The 2004 Manhattan Short Film Festival will be held inside Union Square Park, New York City on Sept. 18 at 7 p.m, with selected short films broadcast on three giant screens for the public. The festival will award a grand prize package for best film, allowing the filmmaker all of the necessary equipment to create a