Daphne Dentz is Senior Vice President, Mastering & Production Technology, within Warner Bros. Technology. She oversees a team which supports hundreds of domestic and international television and feature film productions annually, providing production technologies including studio and production applications, IT, production pipeline workflows and more. In addition, she leads teams that continuously deliver next generation and best-in-class mastering and restoration services.
With over 20 years of experience in digital production, she has been credited as a Digital Intermediate Producer on many high-profile projects including The Hangover and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, and on restorations of classic films including The Godfather and The African Queen. She continues to be an industry leader in feature and TV mastering and works closely with content protection teams on implementing policies and procedures essential to protecting creative content.
Previously, Dentz served as Vice President of Digital Services at Motion Picture Imaging, Warner Bros. Advanced Media Services. In this role, she led the management of dailies, previews, digital intermediates, restorations, mastering, and archival deliverables for feature film and television.
Before joining Warner Bros., she was Vice President of Digital Services for Cinesite LA, a major digital post production house specializing in visual effects, film restoration, and digital intermediates.
Dentz is committed to diversity and inclusion initiatives. She has served as board member of the Women of Warner business resource group; has created content for nonprofits including Pepfar, Women to Women International, and Girl Rising; and is an active leader in WB Technology community outreach programs including Girls Who Code and STEAM:CODERS.
Dentz earned her bachelor’s degree in Women Studies with an emphasis in Legal Theory from the University of California, Los Angeles.