ATL Expo Schedule

OCT 7 – 8, 2022

Location: Trilith Studios Atlanta

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Day 1

Fri., Oct. 7, 2022
10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Day 2

Sat. Oct 8, 2022
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

9:00 AM

Badge Registration Opens for Exhibit

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30 min

Trillith Studios

10:00 AM

Exhibit Hall Opens

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8 hrs

Trillith Studios

11:00 AM

Establishing a Culture of on-Set Safety

The International Cinematographers Guild IATSE Local 600

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50 min

Location: TBD

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Are you shooting (or posting) in the state of Georgia? Learn the ins and outs of the Georgia Entertainment Tax Credit. In this seminar, we’ll cover the origin story and the most frequently asked questions around the Georgia film tax credit program. This includes who qualifies for Georgia film incentives and what expenditures Georgia tax credits cover.

12:00 PM

The Georgia Entertainment Tax Incentive – What you need to know

Georgia Production Partnership

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50 min

Location: TBD

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Are you shooting (or posting) in the state of Georgia? Learn the ins and outs of the Georgia Entertainment Tax Credit. In this seminar, we’ll cover the origin story and the most frequently asked questions around the Georgia film tax credit program. This includes who qualifies for Georgia film incentives and what expenditures Georgia tax credits cover.

1:00 PM

RDH presents new capabilities LiveU brings to production environments both off and on-set.

RDH Partners

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50 min

Location: TBD

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LiveU’s video encoding and cloud-based distribution/collaboration products and solutions enable collaborative production workflows “from anywhere to anywhere.” Using our bonded cellular technology and maximizing bandwidth usage enables low latency workflows over 5G, 4G, LTE connections. With tools like Air Control and the EasyLive cloud production environment, camera feeds can be monitored, switched, and fully produced by numerous personnel anywhere in the world.

2:00 PM

How Tech is Evolving Storytelling in Hollywood

Trilith Studios & Prysm

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50 min

Location: TBD

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The worlds of filmmaking and technology are ever-colliding, but how can emerging technologies enhance storytelling? Join Barry Williams, Director of Creative Technologies – Trilith Studios; Johnson Thomasson, Virtual Production Lead Developer – The Third Floor; Matt Brown, CEO – Imaginarium Studios; and Hannah Schilsky, Engine Technical Director – Prysm Stages, as they debunk the myth that technology is a barrier to the creative process and explore the potential of emerging technologies when aligned with creative goals.

3:00 PM

On-Site Bolero Workshop plus Bolero Setup Competition with PRIZES

Riedel

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50 min

Location: TBD

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Bolero Wireless Intercom introduction complete with a DEMO, Challenges and Prizes!

Learn how easy it is to start talking with Bolero Wireless Intercom. Get your hands on one the most loved communication devices in the industry. This mini session of Riedel Academy classes will help you quickly set one up and start communicating like a pro. Bring your computer and ethernet dongle to participate in the “hands-on” portion.

Instructor: Matthew Dietzler

4:00 PM

Beyond external hard drives: Building a collaborative & efficient filmmaking environment with network attached storage

Synology

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50 min

Location: TBD

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Join Synology where we will discuss storage solutions and why video production enthusiasts and professionals should consider moving from stacks of external hard drives to a centralized data management and sharing platform.

Hector Nielsen, Technical Account Manager at Synology, will discuss the benefits of NAS devices for content creators and we will talk about Matchstick Productions used of a NAS has dramatically improved their workflow and production time, and ease concerns of hard drive failures.

5:00 PM

Film Loading and Digital Dailies Workflows

Kodak & Panavision/Light Iron

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50 min

Location: TBD

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Presented by Kodak Film Lab Atlanta, Panavision and Light Iron, this informative session will offer an overview of workflows from set through scanning and into the digital dailies pipeline for productions shooting on film. Additionally, a panel of Local 600 film loaders will discuss their work and share their insights into on-set best practices that lay the foundation for a smooth collaboration with post. Select 35mm and 16mm film magazines will be on hand.

Day 1

Fri., Oct. 7, 2022
10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Day 2

Sat. Oct 8, 2022
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

9:00 AM

Badge Registration Opens for Exhibit

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30 min

Trillith Studios

10:00 AM

Expo Opens

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7 hrs

Trillith Studios

11:00 AM

Nailing the Frame

The International Cinematographers Guild IATSE Local 600

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50 min

Location: TBD

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The camera operator is the link between the creative intent on the set and the image we experience on the screen. Join some of Local 600’s star Camera Operators as they unpack key elements of meeting the vastly different demands of features, episodic TV, unscripted, and sitcom production. We’ll explore how to foster creative relationships, camera movement choices, shot preparation and the paths they took to mastering the craft.

Panelists: TBD

12:00 PM

Pump Up the Volume with Roninfilm Virtual Production

Blackmagic Design & Roninfilm Virtual Production

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50 min

Location: TBD

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Explore the brave new world of Virtual Production with the team behind Roninfilm. They will deconstruct and demystify their process behind the VP sci-fi film Gods of Mars, a Super Bowl commercial and their upcoming thriller The Tarot.

Join founder and CEO, Peter Hyoguchi; Oscar Winner, ASC David Stump; President and VP Producer Joan Webb and CG Supervisor, Charles Jones.

1:00 PM

ZEISS Conversations

ZEISS

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50 min

Location: TBD

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Join Snehal Patel, Head of Cinema Sales as he interviews today’s important cinematographers. We’ll touch on their artistic process, how they approach a new project and some of their recent successes.

2:00 PM

Dialogue with ASC Cinematographers

American Society of Cinematographers

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1 hr 30 min

Location: TBD

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This panel discussion will be filled with formal and informal conversations and questions from the audience.

Moderator:

  • George Mooradian, ASC

Panelists:

  • James Neihouse, ASC
  • Don FauntLeRoy, ASC
  • William Wages, ASC
  • Billy Dickson, ASC
  • Anastas Michos, ASC
  • Sid Sidney Sidell, ASC

3:40 PM

Vintage vs Modern Lenses With Jay Holben – Understand the Differences and How to Choose the Best Lens for Your Story

Cine Gear Expo

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1 hr 20 min

Location: TBD

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ASC associate member and co-author of The Cine Lens Manual, Jay Holben will take you on a journey into the past to discover what makes vintage lenses different from modern and how best to understand what benefits and pitfalls you’ll encounter in time traveling with your lens choices. Jay is also the chair of the ASC Motion Imaging Technology Council’s Lens Committee and contributing technical editor for American Cinematographer Magazine.

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