Digital Production Buzz — Feb. 23, 2012
- New Cameras From Panasonic
- Report from London’s Broadcast Video Expo
- Making the Cut to Sundance
- New Filters from GenArts
- Report from the Berlinale
GUESTS: Steve Cooperman, Michael Olmos, Steve Kilisky, and Cirina Catania
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Great New Interviews! Join Larry Jordan and Michael Horton as they talk with:
Steve Cooperman, Product Manager, P2 HD Video Systems, Panasonic Broadcast & Television Systems
Steve Cooperman is responsible for implementing product marketing and development strategies for Panasonic’s advanced P2 HD video systems. With the recent launch of Panasonic’s new 3DP1 camera, we have lots of questions and Steve is the perfect person to ask. Be sure to join us on the Live Chat — and ask your own questions!
Larry Jordan, Host, Digital Production Buzz
Last week, Larry Jordan attended the Broadcast Video Expo in London. The show was packed with both exhibitors and attendees. This week, he brings us a report on some of the people he talked with, including an update from the folks at Edit Share.
Michael Olmos, Director, Olmos Productions
Imagine you’re a young, new director and your film was just selected for the competition at Sundance. What’s it like to go to Sundance with your first film? How do you cope when everyone wants a piece of your time? That’s the situation Michael Olmos found himself in with his acclaimed film “Filly Brown.” This week, we talk with him about his experience; what he learned, what he did, and what he will keep in mind for “the next time.”
Steve Kilisky Driector, Product Management, GenArts
GenArts has released a bevy of new effects from Sapphire to Sapphire Edge to Monsters Gt. Steve Kilisky, Director of Product Management for GenArts, joins us this week to showcase their new releases and explain how they work.
Cirina Catania, Producer, Digital Production Buzz
Cirina Catania, producer of the Digital Production Buzz, was in Berlin attending the recent Berlinale Film Festival. She joins us this week with a report on the films, the stars, the directors, and all the excitement!
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