Next week’s November 12th Los Angeles Post Production Group meeting will bring author of “Filmmakers and Financing: Business Plans for Independents” Louise Levison to discuss film financing and Katie Fellion (Post Production on Gone Girl, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and The Social Network) to talk about what’s beyond 4K.
As usual, the meeting starts at 7:00 PM at Roth Hall at the Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences, 1714 21st Street Santa Monica, CA 90404. There will also be the awesome LAPPG giveaway, with this month’s prizes including “Sony’s Vegas Pro 13 ($599.95) and Videoguys will be offering a 1-year Subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud for Teams ($579)”. From LAPPG:
Financing Your Next Film: What Investors Want to Know, and What You Need to Tell Them
Louise Levison, author of “Filmmakers and Financing: Business Plans for Independents,” will take the mystique out of “What Investors Want to Know, and What You Need to Tell Them” in her talk on November 12th. A highly respected financial consultant and specialist in the creation of film business plans for 27 years, Louise’s clients have raised money for low-budget films such asThe Blair Witch Project, the most profitable independent film in history, and for companies raising as much as $300 million. As the American Film Market ends the same day, her talk will include fresh insights from that conference as well.
Just when you thought you could handle 4K, Apple announced a 5K monitor, Gone Girl was posted in 6K, and Japan was watching the World Cup in 8K. Using recent examples from her work overseeing Digital Intermediates at Light Iron, Katie Fellion examines the landscape of today’s 4K+ climate and assesses how it affects the production and post market for everyone.
As Post Producer and Digital Intermediate Supervisor at Light Iron, Katie Fellion has worked on dozens of projects – consulting, advising, and supervising through all stages of the post process. She was the DI Producer for David Fincher’s Gone Girl, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and The Social Network, and oversaw the on-set data processing and DI for Hitchcock and Ender’s Game.
As always there will be plenty of time to network, enjoy some coffee and participate in the great giveaway**!
$5.00 kindly requested at the door will include 1 giveaway ticket.
Be sure to register for next week’s meeting here: www.Eventbrite.com