SUPER 16 MM PANELS REVEAL BREAKTHROUGHS

SUPER 16 MM PANELS REVEAL BREAKTHROUGHS

Kodak is sponsoring “16. The Number That Works,” a series of panels to be held October 19, 20 and 21, 2004, in
Portland, Oregon; San Francisco, California, and Seattle, Washington, respectively. Leading local filmmakers will discuss the art and technology of Super 16 mm filmmaking, including breakthroughs in film technology that have made originating on film more advantageous and cost effective.

The panel will include directors, cinematographers, producers, postproduction professionals and other filmmakers discussing real-life experiences. In addition to advances in Super 16 mm film, specific topics will include film’s image quality, digital compatibility, archivability, and common myths about costs in today’s postproduction world.

Each of the “16. The Number That Works” panels will open with a comparative demo of film and digital formats. Following the panel, there will be an open Q&A session and a reception. Below are additional details about how to attend a FREE session “16. The Number That Works” session in your area:

**PORTLAND – OCTOBER 19, 2004**
Cine Rent West (2580 NW Upshur)
7:00 p.m.
RSVP at www.kodak.com/go/portland16
Panelists include Downstream Master Colorist Bruce Bolden, Food Chain Executive Producer David Cress, cinematographer Eric Edwards, Food Chain Producer Brad Goldthwaite, @ Large Films Inc., Producer Juliana Lukasik, Cinematographer Joe Meade, Limbo Films Director-Cinematographer Gary Nolton, and Euro RSCG 4D Cinematographer Todd McClelland.

**SAN FRANCISCO – OCTOBER 20, 2004**
Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (100 Potrero Avenue)
7:00 p.m.
RSVP at www.kodak.com/go/sanfran16
Panelists include Cinematographer Frazer Bradshaw, Retina Colorist Gary Coates, Director Stokes McIntyre, producer Frank Simeone, and Cinematographer Barry Stone.

**SEATTLE – OCTOBER 21, 2004**
Experience Music Project (325 5th Avenue North)
7:00 p.m.
RSVP at www.kodak.com/go/seattle16
Panelists include Cinematographer Matt Clark, Modern Digital Colorist Tim Maffia, Cinematographer Paul Mailman, Digital Kitchen Producer-Director Paul Matthaeus, Pontecorvo Productions Cinematographer-Producer Joe
Pontecorvo, and Flying Spot Colorist Jeff Tillotson.




Posted on October 15, 2004 in News by
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