This week’s episode of the world’s only interactive talk radio for Digital Production, Post Production and Distribution is filled with great information and entertainment designed for the independent filmmaker, producer or editor.
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Join host Larry Jordan and co-host Michael Horton as they talk with:
Stephen Nakamura, DI Colorist for Company 3, recently finished color grading “Robin Hood,” directed by Ridley Scott. This week, we talk with him about the process of giving a film a look, the grammar of color, and suggestions on avoiding disaster when color grading.
Dr. Phil Storey, co-founder and CEO of XenData started a company focused on archiving assets from media and entertainment companies. Since archiving is critical as we move to tapeless video formats, we thought this would be a good time to learn what’s available.
Karel Segers, began his career as a writer/producer. Now, he runs a website/blog focused on creating inspired and entertaining screen stories – The Story Department. We are as interested in telling good stories as anyone, so we invited him to explain what makes a good story.
Stacey Parks, CEO of Film Specific, is a regular on The Buzz. Now that she is back from [ah, insert name of any large city here], we thought we would take a proactive look at getting ready for selling your film. Specifically, what do filmmakers need to know to get ready for the American Film Market (AFM) this fall?
You can’t find people or interviews like this anywhere else! It’s another fascinating show – all the information you need now to know what’s coming next!
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