The upcoming Media Technology Day, held at the Ham Yard Hotel in Soho on 31st October, is to host sessions both on the enduring legacy of film and on the use of the ARRI Mini LF and Signature Primes.
Cinelab will host the session on why shooting on film is not a thing of the past. The panel is chaired by director Ed Sayers and includes Ben Link, MD of Missing Link Films; Eoin Glaister, Director at Stink Films; Simona Cristea, Head of Colour at Coffee & TV and Adrian Bull, CEO of Cinelab London. They will discuss why filmmakers are still shooting on celluloid and share their own experiences of using the medium.
ARRI is hosting a session that will focus on productions produced this year using the Mini LF and Signature Primes. Chaired by ARRI’s Milan Krslijanan, the panel includes Directors Daphne Schmon, Emily Carlton and Luke Bradford and Trinity Operator Charlie Rizek.
About the Media Technology Day
Brought to you by the Procam Group – Procam, Procam NY, Take2, Procam Projects and TLS – and supported by Televisual, the Media Technology Day is a focused, all-day industry event for heads of production, producers, directors, production managers, directors of photography and senior production operators.
The Media Technology Day includes a compelling line-up of seminars, including:
BBC Studios discussing how through storytelling and stunning images, the BBC Natural History Unit is making a major impact on public environmental awareness with a spotlight on the recent Dynasties series and how this theme continues with the brand new series, Seven Worlds, One Planet.
DoP Balazs Bolygo BSC, HSC discusses the benefits of shooting full frame and the use of Fujinon and Zeiss ‘smart lenses.’
Panasonic and Procam Projects will lead a discussion on fixed rig productions with a first-hand overview of an increasingly in-demand PTZ Camera format.
DoP Tania Freimuth will give insights on shooting with full frame Canon Cinema Prime and Sumire lenses.
HDR is also in close up with a panel of experts discussing the preparation and workflow needed to create better-looking HDR programming, from capture through grade.
With the introduction of the VENICE, Sony takes a look at the shift towards Large Format sensors and full frame content creation.
You can see the full seminar session timetable and who’s presenting at https://www.procam.tv/mediatechday
You can also catch up with the UK’s leading camera and lens vendors – all exhibiting in one place – with technical experts on hand to answer all of your production questions. Exhibitors include ARRI, Canon, Panasonic, RED, Sony, Cooke, Fujinon, Sigma, TLS, Zeiss, Litepanels, Holdan, Global Distribution, Driving Plates, Take 2, Procam Projects and Procam.
The Media Technology Day is the place to find out what’s changing in your world, see the latest production technology and catch up with your peers with a drink in the luxurious Ham Yard Hotel bar.
Attendance is free but you need to register. Go here to complete your registration for entry.
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