You are cordially invited to
Samy’s Cinema Works
December Open House
Sponsored by Tiffen Filters, Steadicam and Lowel Lighting
Tuesday December 6th
4PM to 9PM
148 S. Victory Blvd
Burbank, CA 91502
Featured speaker: James Neihouse, ASC.
Come meet James and hear about his Orbital Adventure shooting in IMAX on the International Space Station
See samples of his latest IMAX Feature “A Beautiful Planet” in 4K 3D.
And for those of us NOT GOING INTO SPACE and that may want to film terrestrial forms of life…
See the latest NEW FILTER RELEASES, right from a New Oprah Project for Television and lighting offerings Lowel and the newest rigs from Steadicam, on the latest 4K Cameras and Lenses with Models for your evaluation.
Enjoy homemade tacos, refreshments and a chance to meet some great cinematographers!
FREE GIFTS FOR ATTENDEES
FREE Production Tools for all attendees!!!
See and sign up for a FREE 4k Diffusion Presentation you can use on your own laptop to review 88 Diffusion Effects to use in Pre Production Planning with your Director. Come in for free download of this stunning 136 Gigabyte presentation with your laptop or hard drive!!!
FREE Optical Glass Diffusion Sample Kit-
Each person attending the event on our demo stage will recive a FREE Optical Glass Sampler of Diffusion filters to try out yourself!! (Value $300.00)
FREE Steadicam Curve for first 25 attendees for your GO PRO Cameras just for coming in for our event.
** WIN A STEADIMATE….Free Drawing!**
Attention ALL DJI Ronin and Mövi Owners!! Win a Free Steadicam Steadimate for your Brushless Gimbal. (Value $499.95) Drawing the night of our event. Winner must be present at time of drawing to win.
James L. Neihouse was born in Paris, Arkansas, he graduated from Paris High School in 1973, he then went on to receive his bachelor’s degree from Brooks Institute of Photography in 1976.
Soon after his graduation Neihouse worked on his first IMAX film which was directed by Graeme Ferguson, one of the co-founders of IMAX. The film was Ocean and was the first underwater film made in the format.
Since that time he has gone on to work on more than 30 IMAX and other large format films. Neihouse’s first credit as director of photography was on the film The Eruption Of Mount St. Helens, which was the first IMAX film to be nominated for an Academy Award®.
He has contributed to some of the most successful films in the format – The Dream Is Alive, Space Station 3D, HUBBLE 3D, and Ocean Oasis, to name a few. His work has garnered him many awards and accolades including two Giant Screen Cinema Association Achievement Awards for Best Cinematography, and a Kodak Vision Award.
Please visit Mr. Neilhouse’s IMDB for a complete list.