Mar 30, 2012
Join Larry Jordan and Michael Horton as they talk with:
Alexis Van Hurkman, Author and Colorist
Alexis Van Hurkman recently created a seven-hour overview of DaVinci Resolve for Ripple Training. Alexis divides his time between working as a writer and colorist. He’s graded programs that have aired on The History Channel, The Learning Channel, and BBC Four, features and shorts that have played at the Telluride and Sundance film festivals. We invited him to tell us about his new training and why we need to consider adding Resolve to our workflow.
Michael DeVous, Jr., Publicist, NewFilmmakers – Los Angeles
Michael DeVous is on the advisory board for New Filmmakers and has over 20 years experience in the entertainment industry. He is providing his expertise to NewFilmmakers LA as they prepare for their short program screenings on April 16th. He joins us this week to tell us more about it.
Phil Bates, President, ArtBeats, Inc.
Great aerial footage, especially from stock sources is hard to find. Recently, Artbeats announced a new series of iconic shots of Washington D.C. To learn more, we asked Phil Bates, the President and CEO of Artbeats, to join us. A pioneer in the stock footage industry, Phil founded the company with the mission to provide top quality footage with high production value. Both he and his company are well-known for their gyro-stabilized aerials and special effects footage.
Carey Dissmore, Co-chair, IMUG
Has another year gone by already? Carey Dissmore is preparing another Media Motion Ball, one of our traditional get-togethers during the annual trek to NAB. Tickets are already going fast, so listen in and get the details here on the BuZZ.