|Sent on:||Friday, September 20, 2013 1:53 PM|
Timecode:NOLA Film Fest GOING ON NOW!!!
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! US MINT 2ND FLOOR – 400 ESPLANADE AVE NOLA[masked]:00am – DOORS OPEN – Speak to representatives from local & international film companies and organizations including Sony, Pro8mm, CTG, Pro Sound, IATSE, Technicolor and more.
10:30am – FILMMAKERS PANEL - Todd Lewis Producer and Production Manager for motion pictures and television, currently producing the drama, “Black And White,” starring Kevin Costner and currently to scheduled to start “Fantastic Four” in Baton Rouge this fall. Lily Keber director of the James Booker documentary ‘Bayou Maharajah’, Matt Gordon director of the award winning feature film ‘Dynamiter’, and entertainment lawyer Bill Ramsey sit down with award-winning editor Ken Mowe to discuss indie filmmaking and things every filmmaker should know.
11:45am – PRO SOUND LOCATION AUDIO WORKSHOP – learn the right ways to get the best audio on set and the right equipment to do it with. Also learn about Pro Sound’s new location in New Orleans – no more shipping audio equipment back & forth to NYC! 1:00pm – PRO 8mm SUPER 8 CAMERA WORKSHOP – the leaders in Super 8 film Rhonda & Phil Vigeant will show you the power of super 8 filmmaking and tips on using Super 8 cameras. Bring your own Super 8 cameras to learn how to get it in tip top shape.
2:15pm – KEN MOWE CREATIVE EDITING WORKSHOP – Ken Mowe is a New Orleans native who moved to Los Angeles where he became an award-winning editor. He won back to back MTV Music Video awards for Gnarls Barkley ‘Crazy’ and ‘Smiley Faces’ as well as winning awards for the short film ‘Pact’ and studio features ‘Alpha Dog’ and ‘Undiscovered’. Ken will show us shot by shot how he edits his projects and his creative process in post. 3:30pm – SONY AFFORDABLE DIGITAL CAMERA WORKSHOP BY CTG & SONY – Sony rep William Scheffer will teach the ins & outs of popular Sony cameras used by indie filmmakers in this hand-ons workshop. Now is your chance to speak with Sony directly and learn about their cameras right from the source.