Renowned colourists Jet Omoshebi and Maxine Gervais talk about the art and the science of the colourist, working with today's ever changing technology. Omoshebi is behind some of the biggest high-end TV dramas on both sides of the Atlantic in recent years, including The Night Manager, Trust, Line of Duty and The Terror. Gervais has worked on over 50 blockbuster and critically-acclaimed movies, including this year’s commercial and critical Marvel Studios hit Black Panther, sci fi feature The Meg and most recently Sony Pictures’ Alpha, set in the Ice Age.
Dirk Westervelt, from the editing team on this year’s blockbuster movie Deadpool 2, will join Avid’s Matt Feury to reveal the cutting room story behind director David Leitch’s vision for the superhero film. Westervelt’s credits include Marvel Entertainment's tenth X-Men movie Logan and Warner Bros action thriller Run All Night.
Whether it is sport, music or wild life, broadcasters want to place the viewer at the heart of the action. Modern day technology is now able to deliver a spectacular visual and audio experience for the audience. Join us to hear industry experts from Dolby, national broadcasters, sports and music producers discuss the future of the broadcast experience.
Join us for breathtaking showreels and stunning images that will spark your imagination and feed your creativity. Immerse yourself in ARRI’s latest technologies and experience them first hand with the latest productions—from feature films, commercials, and documentaries. See for yourself the outstanding image quality of ARRI´s new large-format camera system featuring the ALEXA LF camera and the ARRI Signature Prime lenses.
An annual fixture of IBC, The EDCF Global Update session brings you up to speed with the latest business and technology developments in cinema around the world from manufacture through mastering, distribution and exhibition.
Starting with a review of the state of the world-wide industry, leading practitioners from Europe and the USA share their experiences looking at the up-to-date-issues.
Among the many areas of discussion and explanation will be:-
- Reasons for transition to SMPTE DCP, progress to date and plans for the rest of Europe
- The transition to Laser illumination - crossing the chasm
- Standards for new presentation technologies
- AI applications in versioning
- Direct View screens – the future of cinema?
- The EDCF/UNIC Guide to Best Practice in cinema presentation
A networking drinks reception will follow at the end of the presentations