Manhattan’s premier destination for professional photographic equipment, Foto Care, held an Education & Networking Series event on September 28th. The panel discussion included award-winning directors of photography Wolfgang Held ASC, Matt Porwoll, Martina Radwan and was moderated by Producer/Director David Leitner. Over sixty filmmakers from New York attended the sold-out community event supported by Fujifilm to learn from these top cinematographers and to connect with other filmmakers.
Wolfgang Held, ASC is known for lensing projects such as The Andy Warhol Diaries, This Stolen Country of Mine, and the brand-new Joan Baez documentary, I Am a Noise. Matt Porwoll has shot Cartel Land, The Trade, and Once Upon A Time in Uganda. Martina Radwan’s work includes The Final Year, Saving Face, and Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow; and David Leitner has served as Producer, Director or DP on films including For All Mankind, Vienna is Different: 50 Years After the Anschluss, and Particle Fever.
John Coscia, General Manager of Foto Care shared, “We were honored to host this event for the filmmaking community and welcome such an esteemed panel of cinematographers. We are also proud to help bring back these types of educational events to Manhattan – and plan to host more soon, so stay tuned.”
To view the Documentary DP Panel, click here: youtu.be
About Foto Care
As the premier resource for New York’s photographic community, Foto Care is the place to go for image makers. In business since 1968, Foto Care offers sales, rentals, and services for photographers and video professionals. It sells and rents a wide variety of digital cameras, lenses, studio/location lights, grip, accessories and much more! Based in the Flatiron District, Foto Care is ready to assist you with all your production needs. Learn more at www.fotocare.com and fotocarerentals.com
About FUJIFILM North America
Fujifilm’s Electronic Imaging Division is part of the Imaging Solutions group at FUJIFILM North America Corporation. The division markets consumer and professional digital cameras, lenses, and content creation solutions for both still photography and video. Based off almost 90 years of Fujifilm color science, the Electronic Imaging Division is committed to developing products and technologies that allow creators to tell their stories, whether it’s an audience of one, or on the world stage. Learn more at fujifilm-x.com