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BuZZ Show and Podcast July 22

Barry Sandrew, Toni Pace, Jared Picune, Jess Furman, Ed Brando

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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

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

Barry Sandrew and Toni Pace – Founder/President, and Senior Visual Effect Producer, Legend 3D

Barry Sandrew, founder and president of Legend 3D, is internationally recognized as a digital imaging expert and visual effects pioneer with more than 14 VFX patents and 23 years of feature film and TV accomplishments. Sandrew invented the first all-digital process for film colorization in 1986. He then evolved that process in 2001 at Legend 3D, where they convert 2D movies into 3D. Recently, his company helped in converting “Alice in Wonderland” into 3D.

Toni Pace is the senior visual effects producer at Legend 3D and assists in tracking all the elements that make 3D possible. This week, we talk with both of them about the process of converting 2D films into 3D, the fascinating relationship between colorizing a movie and converting it to 3D, and the implications of converting older films into this new 3D format.

 
Jared Picune, Vice-President, Sales and Marketing, CalDigit Inc.

Jared Picune, vice-president of sales and marketing for CalDigit, knows storage for the video market.  Not only was CalDigit the first to provide blazing fast external PCIe storage solutions with the HDPro, but CalDigit was also the first to bring USB 3.0 to the Mac!  We talk with him to learn more about how storage companies differentiate their products, his latest hardware release, and the impact of USB 3.0 on digital storage.

 
Jess Furman – Singer/Songwriter/Producer


Jess Furman is a singer/songwriter/producer who stands out from the music crowd in a big way. She is one of the 375,000 members of ASCAP, and recently was singled out for an interview on NPR about music licensing, royalties, rights, etc… We spend a lot of time on the show talking about video, this week we want to learn more about creating music, pitching songs, licensing music, and marketing your musical talents. Jess has some great opinions on all of these issues.

 
Ed Brando – Project Manager, Whites Interactive
 
With more than 14 years of experience in the film industry, Ed Brando, project manager for William F. White, has extensive knowledge of the equipment, as well as all aspects of the production process. Ed is a key liaison between WFW and the Vancouver film community, as well as the new media and special events industries. With his expertise in everything from lighting and grip to specialty production equipment, we wanted to talk with him about the latest trends in production gear — more mobility, smaller gear, consistently high quality. Plus, we’ll also ask him about his favorite production cameras!
 

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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