Dolby is running an HDR demo as part of the BSC Expo at the new Battersea Power Station cinema this Friday 9.45am
Guests are invited to join Dolby and an assembled panel of experts on Friday morning at the Battersea Power Station cinema before heading on to the Expo a short walk away.
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Dolby presents a look inside the making of the hit thriller “I Came By’” (with Hugh Bonneville and George Mackay) in Dolby Vision HDR including HDR capture and Dolby Vision Grade for Netflix.
This Friday, 24th February at the new Battersea Power Station HDR cinema, as part of the BSC Expo seminar programme
Come and join this one-hour presentation on your way to the BSC Expo this Friday at the new HDR cinema within the redeveloped Battersea Power Station
The Cinema in The Power Station
Turbine Hall B
Battersea Power Station
London SW11 8DD
Nearest Tube – Battersea Power Station (Northern Line) and Battersea Park (overground) is also very close
Time to arrive 9.30am for 9.45am
Walk to BSC Expo (Evolution London) afterwards in 10 minutes
Join the team behind “I Came By” for a discussion on the use of HDR to understand how this technology enhanced their storytelling.
- Kit Fraser – DOP
- Alix Milan – DIT
- Dan Moran – Colourist
- Michael Crusz – DI Editor
- Paula Crickard – Moderator
The panel will cover capture and post-production in detail: test shoots, camera systems, HDR monitoring on set, workflows and learnings.
It will be interspersed with clips of the movie in Dolby Vision HDR and followed by a Q&A session opened to the audience.
Who should attend?
Directors, DoPs, DITs, colourists, post executives, senior production crew and all those looking to understand how HDR enhances a production’s final look and what it entails in production and post.
This presentation is part of the BSC Expo running on the 23rd, 24th and 25th February. (See the full BSC Expo seminars at https://bscexpo.com/seminars/)
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