Next Wednesday, October 10th, the Los Angeles Post Production Group (LAPPG) will bring Zeiss’ Snehal Patel and DP Beth Napoli to discuss the exciting new developments from Zeiss, as well as Bruce Logan, ASC, who will present his new film “Lost Fare” and discuss his use of DaVinci Resolve for post production.
We are excited to welcome LAPPG member Bruce Logan, ASC to present on his new film, “Lost Fare.” He will detail his experience using Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve to edit and color the film as well as his experience shooting this film in only 11 days as well as his distribution experience. Come get firsthand insight into how to get an independent film made and distributed.
Director Bruce Logan, a highly acclaimed and talented film artist with over 30 years of experience in Directing, Producing, Special Visual Effects, and Photography within the filmmaking business. Bruce has worked on numerous films including: 2001: Space Odyssey; Tron; Star Wars; and, Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas. Bruce is a winner of multiple Emmy’s and is also a member of The American Society of Cinematographers, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science, and, The International Photographers Guild.
We are thrilled to welcome back Snehal Patel, sales manager for ZEISS with an update on some of the exciting things happening at ZEISS. He will be bringing Director of Photography Beth Napoli to discuss her involvement in the post production process for achieving the exact “look” she desires. Beth has recently used ZEISS Cinema lenses for a number of film and commercial projects.
Beth is a cinematographer based in Los Angeles. Coming from a family of artists, her passion for creating moving imagery stemmed from an early age. A love of photography and cinema coalesced into a career in filmmaking. Her work has screened at festivals domestically and internationally, including Poland’s Camerimage and the American Pavilion’s Emerging Filmmakers Showcase at Cannes. Some of her commercial clients include Vizio, Sharp, Nestlé and RED Digital Cinema. She lensed the commercial short film, Carrion, which unveiled the first footage from RED’s 4.5K Raven camera. Her recent projects include the upcoming feature Death Cast, directed by Bobby Marinelli and the short film, Échappé, directed by Allison Mattox.
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As always there will be plenty of time to network, enjoy some coffee and participate in our great giveaway!
$5.00 kindly requested at the door will include 1 giveaway ticket.
Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences
1714 21st Street
Santa Monica, CA 90404
*There is street parking as well as a Crossroads parking lot on 22nd Street. Please view this map for parking info.
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