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Digital Production Buzz — July 18, 2013

  • Shooting an Underground Web Series
  • 3D Printing on 2D Paper
  • LIVE from India: The Mumbai Film Festival
  • Creating Text Transcripts – Better and Faster

GUESTS: Lan Bui, Gary Fudge, Anu Rangachar, and Dom Bourne

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Lan Bui, Cinematographer, The Bui Brothers

Redemption: The Darkness Descending is a multi-platform project that started as a 24-episode web series. Cinematographer Lan Bui, of The Bui Brothers, had some real challenges lighting it and we have questions about what he used and how he lit the sets depicting the streets of underground New York City.

Gary Fudge, Director of Sales, Mcor

Gary Fudge is the Director of Sales for Mcor Technologies, a Irish-based 3D printer manufacturer whose printers use standard office paper as the build material to create full-color, photo-realistic 3D models… from paper! This is so cool, we wanted to learn more.

Anu Rangachar, Deputy Director, 15th Mumbai Film Festival

Anu Rangachar is the Deputy Director of the prestigious Mumbai International Film Festival, in Mumbai, India. The Festival is entering its 15th year with a stronger program than ever. We want to learn how she turned her love of film into managing one of the world’s premiere film festivals..

Dom Bourne, Founder/CEO, Take 1 Transcription

In a world of reality TV, documentaries and interviews, transcripts are king. Dom Bourne founded Take 1 Transcriptions 15 years ago and grew it into one of the dominant transcription houses in the world. This week, we talk with him about the challenges of creating accurate transcripts and what producers need to know to convert their media into accurate words on paper – quickly.

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