CineGear On Air Event Series

Part I: IMAGO Diversity & Inclusion Committee 

Part II: IMAGO Technical Committee 

Host: Cine Gear Expo
Recorded:
Wednesday, March 24, 2021
Time: 2 hours, 10 minutes
Price: FREE

Part I: IMAGO Diversity & Inclusion Committee

Both Imago Diversity & Inclusion Committee and ASC Vision Committee were established in 2016, although coincidentally and independently from each other, it could indicate a bigger global change. Now a joint 5-year anniversary offers a good reason to look back and summarize the experiences. We will reflect back on the status quo of 2016 and on which (if any) changes can be observed within the 5-year period. Looking at the question of diversity and inclusion in cinematography globally, the roundtable intends to map possible steps for the future and understand what works for creating the change.

We invite cinematographers from all over the world to participate. The bigger the picture, the more equipped we are to change it.
Panelists:
Elen Lotman, ESC (Chair) — Moderator
Nina Kellgren, BSC (Chair)
Justine Kerrigan, ACS
Marc Swadel, NZCS
Laurie Rose, BSC
Kate Reid, BSC
Aga Szeliga
Tunji Akinsehinwa
John Simmons, ASC (via recording)
Cynthia Pusheck, ASC (via recording)
Panelists subject to availability

Part II: Update on the work of the IMAGO Technical Committee

List of Presentation topics:

  • Introduction of the IMAGO Technical Committee mission, structure, members, and results of elections 2021
  • ITC CAMERA COUNCIL discussion of METADATA new heights and realities
  • ITC COMPETENCE COUNCIL project GLOSSARY / LIST OF TERMS introduction
  • ITC COMPETENCE COUNCIL project “PHOTON PATH” path of a photon from set through all steps of the production workflow and content distribution to better understanding the nature and relation of all technical and creative elements in cinematography
  • ITC OPTICS COUNCIL introduces perspectives of ILens metadata, overview of lens tests specialties, recent and future demands for look and character
  • ITC CAMERA COUNCIL re-defining camera test approach
  • ITC COMPETENCE COUNCIL establishing closer cooperation with CML for the art of Cinematography
  • ITC CAMERA COUNCIL introducing exposure control version with new EL Zone system
  • ITC LIGHT COUNCIL: new approach to flame colour character with new design of LED, light source
  • ITC COMPETENCE COUNCIL sharing experience of fighting windmills of “HDR look” misconceptions and surprises of unsupervised remastering; report from 2 working groups of the BVK (German Society of Cinematographers)
  • ITC COMPETENCE COUNCIL update on ITC / SMPTE decisions regarding HFR presence in international standard for D-Cinema distribution and presentation
  • ITC CAMERA COUNCIL about new research project of 4 colour sensor and camera system
  • IMAGO Technical Committee milestones in relations with new audio-visual content production companies and streamers
  • IMAGO Technical Committee reports news from the “Sharpness Control Club”

Q&A session with all participants of the IMAGO Technical Committee presentation.

Panelists:
Dave Stump, ASC –  Moderator
Aleksej Berkovic, RGC – IMAGO TC Co-Chair
Alfonso Parra, ADFC – IMAGO TC Co-Chair
Philippe Ros, AFC – IMAGO TC Co-Chair

Barry Russo, ASC Associate
Charles Poynton, PhD
Daniele Siragusano
Dirk Meier, BVK CSI
Edward Lachman, ASC
Joe Dunton, BSC MBE
John Christian Rosenlund, FNF
Juan Antonio Fernández, AEC
Stefan Grandinetti, BVK
Kommer Klejin, SBC
Marko Massinger,ASC Associate

Panelists subject to availability

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Gabriel Mays

AbelCine Director of Rental
As Director of Rental, Gabriel Mays oversees growth of Rental by nurturing business relationships and unifying the customer experience nationwide. In his previous role as the LA Rental Manager, Gabriel worked with producers, cinematographers, and assistant camera operators to provide the highest level of customer service possible. He also ensured that all their equipment needs are met on budget. Before coming to AbelCine in 2015, Gabriel previously worked as a Communications Instructor and Electronic Media Engineer at a private university. He taught various courses in electronic media, including film, broadcasting, and digital arts. Gabriel is an award-winning cinematographer, director, producer, and editor known for his innovative research and implementation of new film techniques. He was also one of the first to implement HDSLR cameras into filmmaking. He has been the cinematographer on dozens of independent films, documentaries, and music videos.