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Digital Production Buzz — June 19, 2014

  • How to Become a Successful Documentary Filmmaker
  • Archiving Update from XenData
  • Philip Bloom on 4K Video (Part 1)

GUESTS: Kim Furst, Phil Storey, and Philip Bloom

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Join Larry Jordan and co-host Michael Horton as they talk with:

Kim Furst, Producer/Director, Kilo Foxtrot Films

Kim Furst is a filmmaker who has produced, directed OR edited several independent documentaries, including “Flying The Feathered Edge”, “The Horsemen Cometh”, and “One Six Right.” Tonight, Kim joins The BuZZ to share some of her thoughts on what it takes to successfully market and sell your documentary.

Phil Storey, Co-founder & CEO, XenData, Inc.

As media files continue to explode in size and quantity, long-term archiving is becoming more essential – and confusing. Dr. Phil Storey, CEO of XenData, joins us with an update on new archiving tools from XenData.

Philip Bloom
, DOP, Editor, Director

In the first of a two-part interview, recorded in England, DP/Director/Editor Philip Bloom shares his thoughts on the advantages and disadvantages of shooting, editing and distributing 4K video.

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