Avoiding Production Pitfalls Who sees all the stupidest mistakes Directors and Producers make but won’t own up to? Why, the Dir of Photography and Gaffer, of course! Our panel of experts has seen it all from behind the lens—good and bad. And they’re not afraid to tell you about the worst (and most common) production flubs—and how they could have been avoided! Who tells the shavetail lieutenant how to run the platoon? Yep, it’s the Sergeant. Who makes sure the doctor doesn’t screw up the operation? You got it—the head nurse! And who do producers and directors rely on to make them look good?
Our guests, of course!
Craig “Burnie” Burns, is the owner of Burnie’s Grip & Lighting. www.burniesgripandlighting.com As a Gaffer, he’s worked with directors and producers from novice to experienced and has seen even solid veterans make dumb mistakes. He’s been waiting for a chance to talk about them and this is it!
Dan Donley of Donley Films
http://www.donleyfilm... has been a DP/Operator for over 20 years shooting a wide range of productions. Dan has operated on “24”, freelanced for “Entertainment Tonight”for five years, DP’ed literally hundreds of TV commercials, and worked on several independent features as both a DP and director. Because Dan has worked both sides of the line, he knows all too well the perils and pitfalls awaiting every production.
Roland Canamar is the Creative Director/Media Producer of Silver Dream Factory and Campaign Media.
http://www.silverdrea... Located in Laguna Niguel, Roland oversees a motion picture studio that offers standing sets, cameras, full grip and lighting packages. Besides working as a DP for nationwide commercials, corporate communications and feature length films, Canamar is an award-winning Producer/Director who has been involved in the film and television industry for over 20 years. This meeting is sponsored by ProMAX
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RSVP NOW--BE SURE TO BRING YOUR FRIENDS and PLENTY OF BUSINESSCARDS! WHAT: November Meeting of LA/OC Chapter of MCAI WHEN: Wednesday November 18, 2009 6:30 PM doors open for networking over light food & beverage 7:00 PM Program Begins 8:00 Q&A WHERE: OC Sound Stage 17518 Von Karman Irvine CA 92614 Phone:[masked] www.orangecountysoundstage.com/ Just East of Main Street in the rear of The Von Karman Business Center COST: $12 for Non-MCAI members who RSVP and prepay via PayPal online You must be a member of MCAI (Media Communications Association to qualify for the $5.00 fee. A Meetup Group member is not automatically a member of MCAI. OR Non-members pay $17 at the door. MCAI Members and students pay $5 RSVP and save $5 by Prepay go to MCAI's OC New Meda Meetup Group