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Editing, Sound And Composing for a Deadline

168 Film

Monday, April 3, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM (PDT)

Editing, Sound And Composing for a Deadline

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Editing, Sound And Composing for a Deadline

Frame rates and bit depth and VR, OH MY! So many decisions, ABSOLUTELY NO TIME.  HD, 2K, 4K, VR, 16 or 24-bit, 44 or 48kHz.  Fail to plan, plan to fail.  Let us demystify the post production jungle!

GUESTS:

Bryan E. Miller is a composer for film and TV. His clients include Disney, Fox, Lionsgate and major networks. His work is featured on American Idol, Dancing with the Stars, Big Bang Theory and others as well as on TV spots for Nike, Campbell's, Dodge, Honda, John Deere, Lexus and Ford.

Keith Roush is an award-winning Senior Colorist at Roush Media.  His clients include Steven Spielberg and Oscar and Grammy recipients.  He has shaped the raw images on films grossing more than $200 Million. Keith’s passion is helping both indie and studio filmmakers reveal every ounce of beauty contained in their original images.

Chris Witt is a motion picture editor and the Winner of three 168 Best Editor awards for STAINED (08) by Joshua Weigel; UP IN THE AIR (09) by Wes and Amanda Llewellyn, and REFUGE (12) by Paul Luebbers and Joel Vanderspek. Chris also edited I’M NOT ASHAMED, directed by Brian Baugh; THE BUTTERFLY CIRCUS, starring Doug Jones, Eduardo Verástegui and Nick Vujicic, produced and Directed by Joshua Weigel; THE VEIL starring Willaim Levy and directed by Brent Ryan Green; and Oscar-Nominated Best Short Film KAVI.

FAQ:

Monday Night VIP-Mixers: Are to help you learn critical skills and info from our VIP Guests. "168" Producers will network to find cast and crew. Cast and Crew network to join a team. Greet friends, new and old and find out what's new at 168.

Agenda: Mixer from 7pm-8pm, Then hear from our special guests. 

Food: Snacks and Water will be served

Dress: Business Casual. Mixers are designed especially for those who want to become involved in making a 168 Film, but all are welcome.

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? No but minors must be accompanied by an adult.

Parking: Street Parking is available.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? info@168project.com

Is my registration/ticket transferrable? No.

Join the 168 Film Project Facebook Group and keep up to date by signing up for email updates at www.168film.com.

Have questions about Editing, Sound And Composing for a Deadline? Contact 168 Film
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Montrose Church
2409 Florencita Drive West
Montrose, CA 91020

Monday, April 3, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM (PDT)


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168 Film

168 Film includes the 168 Film Festival in Los Angeles (August) and worldwide filmmaking and writing competitions. Great art is created quickly, based on foundational scriptures. See https://www.168film.com

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