Blackmagic Design Presents:
Cinematographer Bradley Stonesifer Discussing The Sundance Short Film “Me + Her”
Join cinematographer Bradley Stonesifer as he discusses his work on “Me + Her,” a live action short film by Island Creek Pictures, which was accepted into Sundance’s Short Film program in 2014. “Me + Her” is set in a fantasy world in the city of Cardboard where the main character, Jack Cardboard, goes on a journey to mend a broken heart. Bradley worked alongside Director Joseph Oxford to create an amazing world where all of the main characters and sets were built out of standard cardboard boxes on a one fifth scale. Bradley will discuss how the team devised and brought such a unique idea to life, how they met the demands of such an unusual workflow, the technology used, including affordable, easy to use and high quality Blackmagic Design cameras, as well as tips for submitting and getting accepted into Sundance.
Online Editor / Colorist Tal Discusses Workflow & The Marketplace For Freelancers
Fresh off the latest seasons of “Wipeout” ON ABC and “Running Wild with Bear Grylls” on NBC, Online Editor/Colorist Tal will discuss his workflow and the current marketplace for freelancers in LA. From big facilities of the past to the online coloring suites of today, Tal will speak about calibration importance and telecommuting.
Tal is a longtime member of the LAPPG and a 20+ year veteran of the online editing world from Israel to LA. After working at the Post Group and Chainsaw on shows like “Behind the Music” and “The Oscars” he moved to the freelance world and has worked on different projects from movies like “Syriana” with George Clooney to TV shows like “Dancing With the Stars” to name just a few.
Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences
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