Sponsored by Sony Professional Solutions Europe


Best Practice HDR for HETV

Best Practice HDR for HETV is a practical one-hour panel discussion followed by a Q&A exploring the latest streamer expectations and best practice to deliver HDR HETV from prep through on set, editorial, VFX and in post. 4K HDR is an increasingly common streamer requirement and delivers beautiful, vivid and immersive images but can be very unforgiving and requires the judicious use of technology, careful planning and workflow management working back from the deliverables.

The assembled panel of experts all have extensive HETV experience and between them have an impressive HETV drama (and theatrical) credit list where they have been directly responsible for defining workflows and protocols.


The Panel

Joshua Callis-Smith          CTO at Cinelab London

Callis-Smith is an in-demand Dailies Colourist for major theatrical releases including the upcoming Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 3 and Louis Wain and previously Rocketman and was Workflow Supervisor for Netflix’ The Witcher Season 2

Darren Woolfson                Director of Technology and Visual Services at Molinare

Molinare are one of the best-known Soho post companies with recent credits including Netflix’ The Last Kingdom and Criminal the BBC and Netflix’ Peaky Blinders (in HDR from Season 5) and Amazon’s The Truth Seekers. Woolfson was previously Director of Creative Services Technology at Pinewood

Tom Mitchell                       Technology Director at Mission

Mitchell is a co-founder of Mission who have been supporting digital cinematography with DIT, Dailies and Workflow Consultancy since 2011 with recent high-profile HDR productions including the BBC and Netflix’ The Serpent, Netflix’ Bridgerton, Rebecca and Behind Her Eyes and the BBC and HBO’s His Dark Materials

Supported by Paul Cameron                     Sony Expert at Sony Professional Europe

Moderator James Bennett                   Managing Director at Televisual media UK


Who should attend?

Cinematographers, Colourists, PPSs, Colour Supervisors, DITs and all involved in managing the HETV HDR colour pipeline. This session is just as relevant to those with previous HDR experience as well as those looking at their first HDR project.

Benefits of attendance

Understand the practical steps you can take to fulfil the streamers’ expectations and requirements and protect the director’s creative intent with the use of the right technology, workflows and protocols. If you attend the webinar itself, you will have an opportunity to ask questions of our assembled experts

The webinar is on June 10th at 12.00pm (GMT). Please register in advance at the following link:





Jon Creamer

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