LAPPG Tomorrow: Learn DaVinci Resolve 12.5 & Distribution For Indie Filmmakers

Tomorrow’s September 14th Los Angeles Post Production Group (LAPPG) meeting will bring filmmaker Noam Kroll to demo his DaVinci Resolve 12.5 workflow and John K.D. Graham and Alexandra Boylan of MirrorTree Productions “will explore their experiences distributing ultra-low budget features and their future plans in a modern age of home entertainment.”

LAPPG In 2016

As always, LAPPG will meet at the Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences in Roth Hall 1714 21st Street Santa Monica, CA 90404 at 7:00 pm. It’s only $5 to get in the door and access to LAPPG’s awesome presenters and prize raffle.

For more information on the evening’s presenters see below. To sign up for tomorrow’s event visit, and for more information on the Los Angeles Post Production Group, visit


NoamJoin us for our first meeting of the fall featuring a presentation from LA-based filmmaker Noam Kroll. Since the release of DaVinci Resolve Studio 12.5, Noam has edited nearly a dozen film, television and commercial projects from end to end, entirely within the DaVinci Resolve Studio ecosystem.

During the course of this presentation, Noam will demonstrate his preferred workflow for completing an editorial project in DaVinci Resolve Studio from start to finish, using a case study from one of his recent real-world projects.

In addition to exploring DaVinci Resolve Studio’s unique timeline and editorial functions, many other edit-centric features will also be highlighted, including Resolve’s organizational tools, media management options, audio capabilities and much more.


Having just completed their third feature film, John K.D. Graham and Alexandra Boylan of MirrorTree Productions will explore their experiences distributing ultra-low budget features and their future plans in a modern age of home entertainment. From distribution deals to selling DVD’s on the shelves of Walmart this powerhouse couple is taking distribution into their own hands. Come and hear their story, ask questions and find out what the future of distribution is looking like.

528940_3811776927173_435874810_nUtilizing the skills obtained on dozens of movie sets and harnessing the passion that fueled them, John and Alexandra formed their own production company, MirrorTree Productions producing the films “Home Sweet Home” and “Catching Faith” which have been released worldwide and can be found in Walmart, Netflix, Amazon, iTunes and other distribution platforms.  Their latest film, “Wish For Christmas”, starring Joey Lawrence, Leigh Allyn Baker and Bill Engvall, will be released November 1st through Pure Flix and Universal Studios Home Entertainment.

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