As part of the NAB Express “Let’s Talk Cine” program May 13-14, the creative team from the Netflix series Ozark will be discussing the show’s visual evolution. The panel will include Ozark cinematographers Ben Kutchins and Armando Salas, along with director and camera operator Ben Semanoff and production designer David Bomba, all speaking on how the use of art direction, lighting, shot design and camerawork created the show’s unmistakable visuals. Register here to attend.
“Let’s Talk Cine,” a live, interactive program with filmmakers, technologists and studio executives who are transforming the creative process and re-imagining production and post. The event will open with the live session, “How Is Virtual Production Changing Television?” on Wednesday, May 13, exploring virtual production techniques and tools used in making HBO’s Run and Lucasfilm’s The Mandalorian. Panelists include Sam Nicholson, ASC, Stargate Studios; Miles Perkins, Epic Games; Christina Lee Storm, DreamWorks Animation; and Richard Bluff, Industrial Light & Magic.
On Thursday, May 14, cinematographer Roderigo Prieto, ASC, AMC, will take audience questions in “Ask Me Anything About Filmmaking. Known for his approach to color, composition and lighting and his collaborations with Alejandro González Iñárritu, Ang Lee, and Martin Scorsese, Prieto’s credits include The Irishman, Amores Perros, Brokeback Mountain, and Babel.
A final live session, “Remote Production and Post: Lessons Learned After Two Months of Safer-At-Home,” will be held Thursday, May 14. Produced in association with the ASC Motion Imaging Technology Council, the session will focus on the best platforms, apps and practices used by filmmakers, artists and technologists for creating and finishing content remotely.
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