Featuring Special Guests:
Editors: Maryann Brandon, ACE and Mary Jo Markey, ACE (Star Wars: Episode VII)
Mary Jo Markey
- Where? - The Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky
Winter Garden and Grand Ballroom
Dam 9. 1012 JS Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
Click HERE for map.
- When? - Sunday 09.14.2014 - 19:30 - 23:00 (Doors open 16:30)
- How Much? - €15.00 Adults. €10.00 Students and Teachers (€20.00 at door)
Includes 2 raffle tickets per person.
- Any raffle prizes? - Of course. €2.00 per raffle ticket or 3 for €5.00
- Who should attend? - Digital Content Creators who work on a Mac and anyone and everyone who wants to learn something and meet people that are smarter than them.
- Food and Drink? - Food (free) and Cash Bars will be available to enjoy a few cocktails!
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Agenda (not in order and subject to change)
- Editing Feature Films - Maryann Brandon, ACE and Mary Jo Markey, ACE
We welcome picture editors Maryann Brandon, ACE and Mary Jo Markey, ACE, editors of'STAR WARS: EPISODE VII,' to the SuperMeet stage.
Both Ms. Markey and Ms. Brandon intend to show Before and After scenes they cut from the movies, 'STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS' and 'SUPER 8' - Then we will turn ALL questions over to you the audience. This is a rare opportunity to learn the editing process from 2 of the best editors working in feature films. Moderated by Matt Fuery of Avid.
About Maryann Brandon, ACE
Maryann Brandon, ACE has experience working as an editor, director, producer in film, animation and television. She is currently editing J.J. Abrams new film, 'STAR WARS: EPISODE VII' due for release December 2015. Her other recent work as editor can be seen on Universal’s 'ENDLESS LOVE,' Paramount’s 'STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS,' and the DreamWorks animated films 'HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON and KUNG FU PANDA 2.'
She has also edited JJ Abram’s 'STAR TREK' (2009) and 'MISSION IMPOSSIBLE III' (2006). Brandon received HPA, SATURN and EDDY nominations for her work on 'STAR TREK,' 'STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS' and 'HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON.' Brandon collaborated with J.J. Abrams on 'ALIAS' which she received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series.
In addition to editing Brandon served as Director on two episodes of 'ALIAS,' (“The Road Home” & “After Six”), and served as the Associate Producer for the fourth season. Brandon edited the 'JANE AUSTEN BOOK CLUB' (2007), for writer/director Robin Swicord. Her previous feature credits include, 'A THOUSAND ACRES,' 'GRUMPIER OLD MEN,' 'BORN TO BE WILD,' 'BINGO,' 'BRIGHT LIGHTS, BIG CITY' and 'BLACK WIDOW.'
About Mary Jo Markey, ACE
MARY JO MARKEY, ACE grew up in Ohio and attended Ohio State University, where she studied English Literature and taught writing while earning an M.A. and studying for the Ph.D. After leaving OSU, she worked as a public advocate for the elderly and low-income in Ohio. When she moved to the west coast, her first job in the film industry was working as an assistant to Robert Redford, and it was while on his staff that she became interested in film editing. With his help, she got her start as an apprentice editor to Dede Allen on'THE MILAGRO BEANFIELD WAR,' then moved up to film editor on independent films and television movies. Markey first worked with writer-director-producer J.J. Abrams in 1998 on the TV show 'FELICITY,' her first foray into series television. Their collaborations have continued with considerable success – Markey earned an Emmy nomination for her work on 'ALIAS,' then won the Emmy for the pilot of'LOST.' More Emmy and ACE Eddie nominations followed with her work on the HBO film'LIFE SUPPORT.' Her feature film credits include 'MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE III' (2006),'STAR TREK' (2009), 'KILLERS' (2010), 'SUPER 8' (2011), 'THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER' (2012), 'STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS' (2013), and, currently, 'STAR WARS: EPISODE VII.' She has served on the Editors Peer Group Board of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and was the driving force behind the development of the now-annual “Prime Cuts” seminar sponsored by that committee. She is a member of American Cinema Editors and of the Motion Picture Academy.
- Using Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve 11 - Giles Livesy
Blackmagic Design invites award winning colorist Giles Livesy to present the new editorial and grading features of DaVinci Resolve 11. Giles will be joined by filmmaker Hasraf Dulull to show off his new short film, SYNC, which was shot on Blackmagic cameras and graded on DaVinci Resolve.
About Giles Livesy
Giles Livesy has been in the industry as a colourist for 18 years. Starting in Post houses in Soho, London, he graded countless Music Videos and TV Commercials then finished many hit TV Series for BBC and other UK networks.
Seeking an early route into the black-art of Cinema digital colour grading he joined D.I. pioneers Digital Film Lab in 2001 working on Hollywood movies like Tombraider, Bloody Sunday and supplying looks which won the Underworld project for DFL. He was the first Colourist in UK to grade entire cinema movies digitally at 2K and one of only a handful of similar D.I. Colourists worldwide at that time.
Later, after several years grading Hollywood movies and FX Sequences as Senior DI Colourist at the award winning Moving Picture Company he left London to freelance worldwide working in many major cities. Based in Asia over recent years he has worked closely with Blackmagic-Design on Resolve which is now his preferred grading system. Giles also teaches DaVinci Resolve and color grading creative techniques with classes available via his website www.digitalcolorist.com
About Hasraf Dulul
HaZ is one of a new breed of filmmakers, and has moved from the CG creative community to the VFX world on movies such as 'THE DARK KNIGHT,' 'PRINCE OF PERSIA' and'HELLBOY 2' to now being a filmmaker. While producing his first film, 'PROJECT KRONOS,'HaZ launched his own film production company, HaZ Film, which provides a platform for his slate of film development projects while still giving him the flexibility to freelance on major Hollywood and TV productions.
His latest film 'SYNC' is set in the not too distant future of 2025, where data courier robots (Syncs) transport data safely from one location to another. HaZ and his DoP Adam Batchelor have used cameras from Blackmagic Design, (Blackmagic Cinema Camera, Pocket Cinema Camera and Production Camera) and DaVinci Resolve was used to bring SYNC’s fast paced narrative to the big screen on a tiny budget, while still retaining a high end look.
- Your Present and Future with Adobe Video Applications - Al Mooney
Join product manager, Al Mooney on a tour of the brand new features in Adobe Premiere Pro and the other Creative Cloud video applications. Experience the next updates first hand and discover how the new capabilities and Adobe's industry-leading integration can open up new creative possibilities and make everyday tasks faster and easier.
About Al Mooney
Al Mooney has extensive technical, sales and marketing experience in the media industry. As product manager for Adobe Premiere Prosoftware, Mooney is responsible for defining, delivering, and supporting the overall feature set and functionality. Earlier, Mooney was the UK senior business development manager for video and broadcast at Adobe, providing technical workflow consultation for top broadcast accounts in the U.K. In that role, he oversaw the redevelopment of Adobe’s video VAR channel, a network of expert resellers and service providers for the Media and Entertainment industry.
Mooney joined Adobe in 2009, after spending two years at Apple as the U.K. Pro Video business development manager. There he was responsible for the communication and go-to-market strategy of video solutions for the U.K. market, working with resellers and customers.
Before Apple, Mooney was European sales specialist at Digidesign, a division of Avid Technology. In this role, Mooney was responsible for the communication of high-end solutions into multiple territories, and managed technical communication between European specialists and engineers in the U.S. He also held earlier positions at Digidesign, including post-production product specialist, EMEA product specialist and marketing representative.
Mooney graduated with honors from the University of Surrey, Guildford, with a Bachelor of Music and Sound Recording (Tonmeister).
- iZotope: Rescue Bad Audio and Become an Audio Superhero - Mike Thornton
The setting is noisy, the recording equipment problematic…and yet again your video production suffers from a sub-standard audio mix. But not anymore! Using a real-world TV documentary shot on location with a variety of portable audio recorders and camera microphones, audio editing guru Mike Thornton shows us how anyone can perform sonic miracles—transforming flawed audio and inconsistent dialogue into pristine, professional-sounding material. Learn how to fix issues like noisy conditions, sudden unwanted sounds, and varying microphones from right within your timeline using any audio or video editing software.
About Mike Thornton
"Mike has worked in the broadcast audio industry for all his working life, some 38 years. He has been recording, editing and mixing documentaries, comedy and drama for both radio and TV, as well as doing the occasional music project. As if that weren't enough to keep him busy, Mike also works as a broadcast audio consultant and trainer, serves as the Deputy Editor of the Pro Tools Expert website, and has spent 15 years providing 24/7 Pro Tools support. Regular readers of Sound on Sound will also be familiar with Mike’s Pro Tools column. For Mike, the line between work and hobbies is a very fuzzy one, but to get away from technology he is building a live steam garden railway and loves Codeword puzzles.”
- Atomos - 4K the Right Way - Jeromy Young
The ProVideo world is understandably excited by the prospect of 4K becoming mainstream. For all the creativity benefits it will bring to filmmakers, however there are differences between the HD and 4K workflow. Atomos CEO Jeromy Young will present his learnings on 4K from the development of the Shogun 4K monitor-recorder & demonstrate the cost effective, post production friendly way to handle 4K. I'ts 4K the right way.
About Jeromy Young
Jeromy Young’s adventurous career began after finishing a cadetship at BHP and Wollongong University, Australia, in Materials Engineering in the late nineties. After a short teaching stint in Japan he made a permanent move to Osaka and made a very successful move to Canopus, a leading manufacturer of video cards at the time.
Through a series of promotions Jeromy advanced to the role of Global Sales Manager spending time learning Global management in Europe, the US and Asia before Canopus’ acquisition by Grass Valley prompted a return to home to Australia
Joining up with hardware engineer Ian Overliese in 2010 Atomos’ first product, the Ninja, was launched at IBC 2010 and started shipping before NAB 2011. Featuring great engineering and an infinitely flexible touchscreen User Interface, the Ninja was a ground breaking product that proved to be the first of many equally essential innovations from Atomos.
Jeromy and Ian form a very formidable team and believe that by using the latest technology in Atomos products, they can improve the way video businesses operate by improving and simplifying video production workflows, reducing the cost of production through the combining of products and the use of commodity storage.
About Carlo Ruiz
Carlo Ruiz is the HP channel sales manager in the EMEA team for value computing since November 2011. The value computing portfolio consists of high performance workstation products and thin clients for virtualized environments. With 15 years of experience in the IT industry, Carlo has held numerous sales management positions at Compaq and HP. Carlo lives with his family in Amsterdam the Netherlands.
About Kylie Flavell
After leaving a successful career as a magazine editor and publisher in Australia, Kylie Flavell ran away to Italy, became fluent in Italian, founded Italy's leading English magazine Romeing and established herself as an expert on the 'dolce vita' through print and television.
She created, produced and hosted 'When Patrick Met Kylie: A Love (of Food) Story,' which airs in 68 countries across NatGeo, Discovery, Traveller Channel etc in 2013. She is the producer and host of season 1 and 2 of 'When in Rome' for TLN Canada. She is the creator, host, video editor, cameraman and cook in her new series 'Amore Al Dente: Classic Italian Food Stories'and 'When in Florence with Kylie Flavell.'
She is co-founder and director of Stessa Onda Productions. Kylie also creates videos, recipes and destination content for aspirational food and travel site KylieandPatrick.comand writes for publications around the world such as Qantas' Travel Insider.
She received a CPIC chef's certificate in Italian cuisine from Academia Barilla in Parma, Italy. She is currently working on a recipe book, a narrative non-fiction travel memoir and a new show 'The Dolce Vita Diary' set on the Amalfi Coast.
About Patrick Drake
From the world’s most powerful investment bank to the world’s most respected restaurant Patrick Drake’s journey has been anything but conventional.
London’s corporate conveyor belt quickly lost its allure and so began a secret double life. Lunchtimes hiding out with the chefs in his firm’s fine dining restaurant, evenings in the kitchen of The Cuckoo Club in Mayfair and weekends with renowned Spanish chef Jose Pizarro.
After a stint at The Fat Duck in Bray he couldn’t pretend to love his day job any longer and jettisoned the rat race to pursue his love of food full time.
Nowadays he is the co-founder and head chef of nationwide cook-from-scratch delivery service Hello Fresh which will deliver over 2 million meals around the UK this year.
He is also the presenter of "When Patrick Met Kylie: A Love, of Food, Story" (airing in 70 countries), food writer for Women's Health and the Huffington Post and teaches thousands of people a day to cook using his Youtube channel 'The 60 Second Chef.'
To see a snippet of his show go to: http://www.kylieandpatrick.com/trailer
SuperMeets are gatherings of Adobe, Avid, FInal Cut and Autodesk editors, gurus and digital filmmakers from within the US, Europe and the world over who use or want to learn to use Macintosh-based workflows and solutions in a collaborative workflow environment. SuperMeets are held annually in San Francisco, Austin, Las Vegas, Amsterdam, London and Boston and feature user-driven demos of new products, collaborative production and post production workflows and filmmaker show and tells, including a SuperMeet Digital Showcase featuring hardware and software developers providing workflow solutions for digital filmmakers and content creators.