Createasphere Post Production Master Class Offers Incredible Insights for Professionals at Work in the Entire Spectrum of Content Creation

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Createasphere

- a global community builder for the entertainment technology industry - is presenting its Second

Post Production Master Class

this Thursday, September 22 and Friday, 23 at the New Yorker Hotel in New York City. The Post Production Master Class follows an entire week of connection, exhibition, and conferences for entertainment technology, digital asset management that features support from NAB SHOW, American Society of Cinematographers,

Post New York Alliance

, NYPA, and American Cinema Editors. Featuring a top lineup of experts from across the spectrum of knowledge, the Post Production Master Class is an in-depth, interactive opportunity to spend time looking at the most compelling issues and latest information with those in the process. Companies as diverse as Superfad, Deluxe, Focus Features, Technicolor, Quantum, Autodesk, Mega Playground, Brainstorm Digital, as well as post production supervisors, cinematographers, and important organizational experts will present information and experience to an audience of working professionals. Kristin Petrovich, President of Createasphere said, "Post production has become a growing, evolving part of every aspect of the creative process now, from pre production, visual effects, on set, and then finishing. Developing the Post Production Master Class is a goal for us, because we see it as an incredibly important aspect to our audience's knowledge. The schedule and speakers are as follows:

Thursday September 22nd

The Latest and Greatest - Trends and Technologies to Watch Glenn Allen, Co-Founder - VFX Producer/VFX Supervisor, Brainstorm Digital Ry Bruscoe, President/Founder – RevUp Render How Emerging Tools and Technologies Are Changing the Pipeline: From On Set to DI and Beyond Gordon Antell, 1st Asst. Editor / VFX Editor Dylan Carter, Director of Digital Workflow, Company 3 Mike Jackman, Regional VP, Business Development, Deluxe Jeff Roth, VP of post production at Focus Feature The Experts Panel Glenn Allen, Co-Founder/VFX Producer/VFX Supervisor,

Brainstorm Digital

Joe Beirne,

PostWorks NYC/Orbit Digital

Terry Brown, CTO,

Mega Playground

Michel Suissa,

The Studio, B&H

The Keynote Conversation: Ed Lachman, ASC and Sam Daley from

Technicolor

- Exploring the Creative Workflow

Friday, September 23rd

Keynote Panel - The Editors Meet some of the most prolific and influential editors in NYC discuss the creative process and keeping up with the technology. Bill Pankow,

ACE

Moderator: Vinny Lobruto

Superfad

: Bringing Innovative Work to Life Jim Geduldick Andrew Stubbs Johnston Moderated by: Marc Loftus,

Post Magazine

The Democratization of Tools: How the Post Production Environment is Changing Terry Brown, CTO, Mega Playground Matthew Mallinson, ALL CREATIVE Gary Adcock, for

AJA

Marc Hamaker,

Autodesk

Jason S. Young,

JYSproductions, LLC

For more information, please call 818.842.6611, or visit

http://createasphere.com/En/post-master-class.html

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About Createasphere

Createasphere is a global community builder for the entertainment technology industry, advancing technologies and careers through Expos, Conferences, and online offerings. Createasphere was founded in 2001 as HD EXPO, and over the past decade has grown into a global company that develops and presents influential events for the content creation community, on line and face to face. Founded by Kristin Petrovich Kennedy in Los Angeles, Createasphere became part of Diversified Business Communications in 2009, now driving their entertainment strategies and properties division. Currently Createasphere is presenting the Entertainment Technology Expos in New York and LA; the Digital Asset Management Conference in New York, Los Angeles, and Europe; The DAMMY Awards in New York; Cinema India Expo in Mumbai; the online news and content portal CreativeProCoalition.com; 3D Road Shows; and Post Production Master Classes. # # # Media Contact: Chris Purse,818.303.8088 ignite strategic communications

chris@ignite.bz

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mimi@ignite.bz

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