Digital Production Buzz — Feb. 7, 2013
- A Filmmaker Speaks Out: The State of our Industry
- Maxon Delivers New Forms of Training
- Is It Art, Pushing the Envelope, or Over the Edge?
- Sneak Peek: Lumberjack – A New Way to Log
- Hidden Surprises for Filmmakers At MacWorld Expo
GUESTS: Michael Cox, Paul Babb, Jeremy Danger, and Philip Hodgetts
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Tonight’s show contains lots of strong opinions. Bring a few yourself!
New interviews every show! Join Larry Jordan and Michael Horton this week as they talk with:
Michael Cox, Filmmaker
Michael Cox has over 20 years experience as a grip on major projects, an MBA and has recently produced three short films about public art. He has some very strong opinions about the state of our industry and we think you’ll be interested in his point of view. From one filmmaker to another… we’re just saying!
Paul Babb, President, Maxon
Maxon’s Cineversity continues to find new ways to deliver technical training in interesting ways. This week, we talk with Paul Babb, President of Maxon, about what they are doing with their latest training and how they are delivering it in their on-line training arm called: Cineversity.
Jeremy Danger, Fetish Photographer
Jeremy Danger is a Los Angeles-based photographer who takes immense joy in shooting beautiful naked women, the macabre, and anything that’s on fire. Coming from San Francisco as a fetish photographer, Jeremy has been shooting commercially for the last three years. The more we looked at his site the more we wondered whether this was art or over the edge. So, we invited him to join us this week to find out.
Philip Hodgetts, President, Intelligent Assistance
Philip Hodgetts, president of Intelligent Assistance, is here in advance of the upcoming HPA Retreat, to give us a sneak preview of Lumberjack, a new logging application designed for reality and episodic TV producers. Anytime Philip wants to talk about technology, it pays for the rest of us to listen.
Highlights of MacWorld Expo 2013
For many years, MacWorld Expo, in San Francisco, has focused on the consumer. But, tucked away in small booths surrounded by iPhone covers and iPad accessories were several companies with interesting ideas for filmmakers. Cool hardware and software that can make your life easier. Host Larry Jordan took the Buzz microphones to the show and brings back some of his highlights.
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