Andy Maltz

Andy Maltz

Managing Director, Science and Technology Council, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
United States
Andy Maltz is responsible for developing and implementing the Academy Science and Technology Council's operational plan, administering the Council's day-to-day operations, for individual contributions to selected Council initiatives and for representing the Academy on science and technology issues at industry, government and academic forums. Maltz co-authored The Digital Dilemma and The Digital Dilemma 2, the Academy's landmark reports on long-term preservation of digital motion pictures, and is the Project Director for the Academy Color Encoding System (ACES). Previous to the Academy, Maltz was CEO of Avica Technology Corp., where he led the first worldwide commercial deployment of digital cinema servers, drove the development of key technologies for digital cinema, and was heavily involved with the digital releases of major motion pictures in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Previous to Avica, Maltz served as a consultant to companies such as Sharp Electronics and Microsoft, where he spearheaded the development of the Advanced Authoring Format. Prior, he was executive vice president of operations and engineering for nonlinear editing pioneer Ediflex Digital Systems. Maltz served on the U. S. National Archives Public Advisory Committee for Electronic Records Archives for 8 years, is an associate member of the American Society of Cinematographers, and is a fellow of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers where he serves on the SMPTE Journal Board of Editors. Maltz is also the incoming chairman of ISO TC36 - Cinematography, which sets international standards for the motion picture industry.
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