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ZEISS Cinematography Americas To Sponsor
HollyShorts’ 2022 Achievement in Cinematography Award

Held in Hollywood, California August 11-20, 2022

For the eighteenth year, HollyShorts will present its Academy qualifying Short Film Festival in person at TCL Chinese Theaters, Japan House Hollywood, and streaming on Bitpix TV. For the first time, ZEISS Cinematography is pleased to sponsor the new HollyShorts ZEISS Achievement in Cinematography Award and participate in other festival events.

“We are extremely excited to team up with ZEISS, a world-renowned and innovative company that recognizes these goals with their incredible brand and products,” commented HollyShorts co-founders, Daniel Sol and Theo Dumont. “We look forward to introducing Zeiss to our 400 officially selected, incredible next generation of artists at this year’s festival.”

To recognize the latest trend in motion picture optics, on August 14, ZEISS Cinematography team member David Warner will present Creating Flares for Filmmaking. An expert in the field of lens technology, Warner will offer background, insights, and options before opening up the mic for a lively Q&A.  

The Festival’s finale is the Film Awards ceremony on August 20. A highlight will be the new Achievement in Cinematography Award, presented by ZEISS to give special recognition for the best cinematography chosen from all films presented. Tony Wisniewski, ZEISS Senior Manager of Marketing adds, “We are delighted to partner with HollyShorts to present an award to the winning cinematographer as our way of rewarding their achievement and encouraging filmmakers to tell their stories with inspiring images.” ZEISS will also have the honor of presenting the HollyShorts Film Festival Achievement in Filmmaking and Cinematography Award to the esteemed Nancy Schreiber ASC, who’s past work has been screened at the Festival. 

CineGear LA Technology Achievement Winners Announced &
Atlanta Registration is Now Open

It’s official—October 7-8, 2022 the industry’s most renowned southern industry event will return to Atlanta Georgia’s Trilith Studios (same studio, new name). Signups for attending the Hollywood-meets-southern-hospitality CineGear Expo are free at:

CineGear Expo is also pleased to announce the LA ’22 Technical Achievement Award recipients. CineGear’s team of expert judges, representing multiple industry disciplines, examined each product submitted at the June CineGear Expo in Los Angeles. After weeks of extensive deliberation, they have selected worthy new motion picture gear in 12 product categories. 

The win in Camera Technology went to Sony Electronics for the SONY VENICE 2 camera system. In the Camera Accessories category, the award was given to Moonlighting Industries (designers: Miko Lazic, Henrik Lander, Oscar Thörn, Jonas Nockert, Andreas Persson, Andreas Wallberg, Mathias Farnebo, Örjan Söderberg, Lars-Olof Berg, and Michel Cardoso Teixeira) for the Moon Smart Focus rangefinder.

In the hotly competitive Optics category, the main award went to Angenieux for the Optimo Primes – Integrated Optical Palette (IOP) designed by Arnaud Esbelin. An Honorable Mention went to ZEISS for their Supreme Prime Radiance lenses.

The Support Technology prize went to Tilta for their Hydra-Arm Mini portable camera crane with an Honorabe Mention bestowed upon Motorized Precision (Designers: Sean Brown, Brian Davidson)
for their MP-AR motion control robotics tool. In the abundant Lighting Technology category there was a dead heat between Velvet USA for The Velvet Cyc 6 LED cyclorama light and the RuPixels Inc, RuFlex System (designer: Michael Kelly) for interactive lighting.


Post-Production Technology winner was Blackmagic Design for the DaVinci Resolve 18. Diety Microphones picked up the Sound Technology win for their TC-SL1 Wireless Timecode Slate
(designer: Andrew Jones).

The Other Technologies category brought in two winners. SmallHD scored for their Vision 24 and Vision 17, 4K HDR Production Monitors. Filmmaking Research Lab (Designers: Lawrence Sher ASC, Alon Ziv, Bodhi Oser, Ethan Young) also took home a win for their ShotDeck filmmaking research website.

The CineGear 2022 esteemed panel of Tech Awards judges included: Jeff Siljenberg, Joe Lewis, Joshua Pines, Lawrence Sher, ASC, Sarah Priestnall, Ted Hayash and Peter Santoro.

For additional information on upcoming shows, industry vendors and happenings throughout the year visit

The ShotDeck™ Recreations contest returns July 1 through July 31, 2022.

Recreations was first initiated in April, 2020 by the Oscar-nominated cinematographer of Joker, Lawrence Sher, ASC and his designer wife Hema. While in quarantine at home, they recreated motion picture stills using household items as props, family members as actors, and their cell phones for cameras. After posting their results on Instagram with the hashtag #shotsinisolation, the entertaining images immediately went viral.

In conjunction with the filmmaking research website ShotDeck, they initiated their first contest. Hungry to take part in the fun, creators worldwide joined-in and started recreating their favorite movie frames as meticulously as possible. Now the ShotDeck Recreationscontest is back— ready to spread across the globe with over $30,000 worth of prizes including: cameras, lenses, lights and support from Sony, Zeiss, Blackmagic, Aputure, Rosco, SmallHD, Tiffen, and more.

The contest begins on July 1, and runs through 11:59 GMT, July 31, 2022. Winners will be announced the first week of August. There is no charge to enter. To participate, contestants simply set up a free account at, select a frame from the over 300,000 shots in ShotDeck’s high-definition movie images library, and recreate it DYI-style. Entrants are urged to show their resourcefulness with behind-the-scenes images—the more creative, the better!

Over 20 prizes will be awarded for categories including: Most ambitious, Best children participation, Best lighting and Best make-up. The esteemed panel of judges includes award-winning filmmaker Todd Phillips, Oscar-winning DPs Erik Messerschmidt ASC and Greig Fraser ASC, ACS, Natasha Braier ASC, ADF and surprise celebrity judges.

Participants are encouraged to spread the word and enjoy a creative July with their favorite movie images they’ll find at

ZEISS Conversations with Steven Meizler
DP of The Queen’s Gambit

Tuesday July 19th at 12pm PST

This virtual ZEISS Conversation event is taking place with esteemed Emmy Award-winning Director of Photography, Steven Meizler! Meizler is known for his work on TV series such as, The Girlfriend Experience, Godless, The OA, and many more titles including The White House Plumbers, an upcoming American political drama TV miniseries. We’ll chat about his experience using ZEISS Supreme Primes on all seven episodes of The Queen’s Gambit, and get feedback on his collaboration with Director Scott Frank.

Hear about how he developed his operating style based on many years working on feature films as a first AC, as well as equipment choices.

To Register:
• First 300 people to sign up will be accepted. 

• Recorded session will be uploaded to @zeisslensesamericas on YouTube at a later date.

• A Zoom link will be emailed to ticket holders upon registration for the event. Please check your spam folder for Zoom Webinar reminders.


Premiere Pro: The Customer Experience IRL  | June 2022 Meet-up

Learn how to work faster and level up your content with powerful color tools for video editors in Adobe Premiere Pro. In this Meet-up we will explore the customer experience and the role the Beta plays in developing Premiere Pro. LIVE on June 29.

INTRO: Hosted by Product Marketing Manager, Nakiesha Koss — we explore what goes into designing and delivering Premiere Pro.

PRODUCT DEMO: Get an overview of recent updates to the import and export experiences in Premiere Pro from seasoned creators, Javier Mercedes and Lila.

MEET THE TEAMS: Host Nakiesha Koss is joined by Senior Product Manager, Francis Crossman and Parker Gibbons, Sr. Experience Designer, Premiere Pro for a discussion around what goes into making changes in Premiere Pro — including customer request, industry trends, and user feedback in and out of beta.

COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT: Francis Crossman dons his editor hat to open up a recent project and show best practices for maximizing efficiency between starting a project and sending out the final product.

Q&A: All of the guests go deeper on gear, workflows, and lots more.

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This virtual event is part of a monthly series — Adobe Video Community Meet-ups — and will go live on Wednesday, June 29th 12pm PT (UTC-7).  AVC Meet-ups feature product demos, conversations and Q&A with Adobe product teams, and spotlights on folks from the community. 

Each event is streamed to the /adobevideo YouTube and Facebook channels on the last Wednesday of each month. Spread the word to your friends, colleagues, and peers. They can’t wait to connect there and then! 

See the complete playlist of community meet-ups here: 

What is Adobe video community? Anyone using Premiere Pro, After Effects, Audition, Media Encoder, Character Animator, Photoshop, Animate… and more to create video content of all stripes.

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Top Honor for Women in Media WIM + ZEISS Altitude Awards Goes to Estzer Csepeli, HCA

ZEISS hosted the Women in Media WIM + ZEISS Altitude Awards Ceremony on June 9 to celebrate the recipients of the prestigious annual honors. Held at Cine Gear Expo in the Los Angeles Convention Center, the air was thick with anticipation as the auditorium filled with nominees, WIM members, and guests.
The full house was greeted by Tema Staig, founder of Women in Media which is dedicated to promoting gender balance in the film and entertainment industries. Also on hand to help launch their new annual Altitude Awards collaboration was ZEISS’ Tony Wisniewski, Senior Manager of Marketing and Anna Schmidt, Cinema Marketing for the Americas. 
Submissions were open to camera operators, gaffers, and cinematographers. Esteemed judges including ASC members Johnny Simmons, Tami Reiker, Alan Caso, Sandra Valde-Hansen, and David Harp as well as cinematographers, Laura Merians Gonçalves and Ana M. Amortegui, carefully surveyed the applicant’s reels, supplemental materials, and artist statements.
On stage Staig named the Semi Finalists: Michelle Clementine, Jenny Desrosiers, Rachael Hastings, Crystal Kelley, Emilia Mendieta Córdova, Lucia Rinaldi, Elle Schneider, Aymae Sulick, Haley Watson, and Sarah Thomas Moffat. Then the finalists included: Jenn Gittings, Barbie Leung, Caitlin Machak, Sarah Phillips, Ashton Rae, and Jen White. All took home a brimming bag of filmmaking gear contributed by: Quasar Science, Rosco, Filmtools, and ShotDeck.

Next Lawrence Sher ASC (Joker, Hangover, Garden State) took the podium to award the WIM + ZEISS Altitude winners. ZEISS’ First Prize $3,000 cash award, in addition to one week free use of ZEISS prime lenses, went to cinematographer Eszter Csepeli. A founding member of the Hungarian Cinematography Association (HCA), her body of work includes the Palme d’Or nominated short, The Execution, and the upcoming feature, The Flower of the Apple Tree. Second Prize $1,000 was awarded to cinematographer Jendra Jarnagin while Carolina Costa and Veronica Bouza took home $500 in addition to other generous prizes.

The evening concluded with a party for winners and guests sponsored by and ZEISS.

To find out more about Women in Media (WIM) visit: and #HireTheseWomen

For more about ZEISS contact 

BC Live Productions Relies on AJA Gear to Get it Right the First Time

From star-studded Hollywood film premieres and concerts to esports tournaments and reality shows, BC Live Productions helps bring the wow factor to live productions around the world. Musician-turned-live event producer, BC Live CEO Brett Collins founded the company out of his living room and has since grown it to include four locations in and around Los Angeles that offer a combination of on-site and remote live production services as well as gear rental. With a job that leaves no room for second takes, Collins has made AJA gear a go-to in the company’s ever-expanding kit. 

“We rely on a lot of AJA products that we source from Key Code Media, both in production and our rental pool. We use Fiber on a lot of projects so that we can transmit audio and video across longer distances, so FiDO Mini-Converters have been great for video transport; the four-channel throw down is super convenient,” noted Collins. “We also do a lot with KUMO routers, and the Ki Pro GO multi-channel H.264 HD recorders are fantastic for when clients want files right away – they can just grab the USB drive and go as soon as the program wraps.”

While the BC Live team initially developed remote workflows for its international corporate clients pre-pandemic, they quickly pivoted to offering remote kits as work on local in-person, on-site shows ceased. Demand for the remote kits skyrocketed, and the company’s solutions helped productions get back on air safely, from talk shows, game shows, and reality competitions, like “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” to content for the NBA and NFL. Using its AJA gear, the BC Live team can continue delivering high production value content remotely. 

“The pandemic challenged many production outfits, BC Live included, to embrace distributed ways of working, and now that people have realized that everyone doesn’t have to be in the same place to create content, it’s becoming easier to keep pace with consumer demand for content,” Collins explained. “As clients become more aware of new possibilities, however, the requests become a little more adventurous. We try to stay ahead of the curve and anticipate their asks, so that we’re always providing the best solutions possible. Part of that is evaluating new technologies and implementing them where it makes sense, like video over IP, which is now totally ubiquitous.”

“There are also endless instances where we need to spit out different flavors of video, which is easy to navigate with our AJA gear, even as we step into the 4K world. Our Ki Pro units are also super popular as rentals,” he added. “ In general, using AJA gives me comfort because I know they take their engineering seriously, and their tools hit the trifecta of metrics: price point, reliability, and elegance.”

One of BC Live’s largest undertakings to date was for an event celebrating the launch of “Arcane,” an animated Netflix series set in the universe of Riot Games’ “League of Legends,” which attracted 10 million viewers upon its debut. Collins and his team streamed the red carpet event to Twitch – which was held at Riot’s Santa Monica campus and featured a large dome with a projection map on the interior. Its team handled everything from the initial event broadcast to the live show premiere, and a re-broadcast for the European audience, streamed in 22 languages simultaneously. To pull it off, the team recorded the show in ProRes to a tower housing many AJA Ki Pro Ultra Plus recorders. One master video file was embedded with 22 different languages to stream out across an encoder farm, and each one of those was discretely recorded onto a Ki Pro. For the re-broadcast, the team wrote code to gang play the Ki Pros, and outputs were sent to different encoding channels to go to different regions.

As Collins looks to the future of live production, he’s keeping an eye on video over IP technology. He concluded, “Plugging in BNC is great for reliability, but with IP video, you can also include a lot of ancillary data, and it’s incredibly scalable. Fortunately, we have exceptional network engineers so adding IP capabilities has been relatively smooth and we’ve been able to thrive in the remote world. Each new venue or OB truck we interface with has their own set of connectivity protocols, so we need to be nimble and make sure we’re able to work with all kinds of formats. With gear from manufacturers like AJA, we’re well situated to navigate between protocols, platforms and codecs.”

Creative Solutions Will Showcase New Products From Teradek, SmallHD and Wooden Camera at 2022 Cine Gear Expo

Creative Solutions, comprised of the brands Teradek, SmallHD, and Wooden Camera, announced a diverse lineup of new cine innovations available for demos during the 2022 Cine Gear Expo from June 9–12, 2022, in booth 565 in the West Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Teradek will showcase the improved Teradek RT Wireless Lens Control system, including the MDR.S: an ultra-compact, three-channel motor driver receiver, and a new addition to the Serv series.

Teradek Serv 4K
SmallHD OLED 27 Monitor

SmallHD will be showcasing several 4K and HDR production monitors, including the new Cine 18, OLED 27, and more—each designed to be lightweight and rugged for on-set use, but with an image quality and color accuracy expected for post-production scenarios. The latest version of PageOS will be demonstrated alongside a dedicated HDR color suite that will give attendees a firsthand look of SmallHD’s premium Vision Series Monitors.

Wooden Camera will be bringing new collections for unreleased camera systems, and showcase its latest professional camera accessories. Live demonstrations of camera kits for Sony VENICE 2 and RED® KOMODO™ will be on display, plus accessories like the redesigned Ultra Arm V2, the Ultra QR Articulating Monitor Mount, and more.

Wooden Camera Accessories for Fujifilm camera

Wooden Camera will be bringing new collections for unreleased camera systems, and showcase its latest professional camera accessories. Live demonstrations of camera kits for Sony VENICE 2 and RED® KOMODO™ will be on display, plus accessories like the redesigned Ultra Arm V2, the Ultra QR Articulating Monitor Mount, and more.

“We’re looking forward to meeting in-person with the community Cine Gear brings together, from professionals to aspiring filmmakers,” said Andrew Ng, Director of Marketing, for Creative Solutions. “Evolving production and post-production workflows over the last two years have given us the opportunity to work directly with our community in order to re-imagine hardware, software, and cloud solutions that set the standard for a more connected, intuitive, and powerful 4K HDR ecosystem. Cine Gear will be a showcase of all our latest innovations.”

All product demonstrations can be booked at

The Telly Award Winners announced

ViacomCBS, Warner Bros. Worldwide TV Marketing, Nice Shoes, Chop & Hue, Feed the Children, Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, FORTUNE Brand Studio, Sony Music Entertainment, Microsoft, and ESPN among Telly Winners

Al Jazeera Media Network wins “Telly Company of the Year” for second year in a row

The Telly Awards, the world’s largest honor for video and television content across all screens, announced this year’s winners, including a variety of top-tier brands and organizations as well as smaller media companies such as ViacomCBS, Warner Bros. Worldwide TV Marketing, Sony Music Entertainment, Microsoft, ESPN, PBS Digital Studios, Mytonomy, Freethink, Nice Shoes, CTRL5, Feed the Children, Square, Crunchyroll and Fast Company. This year’s edition received over 11,000 entries and saw an increase in global submissions from Australia, Mexico, across Europe (Germany, Spain, France) and Asia (Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan).

Founded in 1979 to honor commercials made for cable and local TV, The Telly Awards has continually refreshed its categories to honor the evolving, broad range of work being made — including branded content, social video and animation — working with industry experts to identify categories where new platforms play an increasingly important role in how stories are being told. In recognition of the industry’s continuing evolution, The Telly Awards reinforced its commitment to showcasing the many outstanding ways video is being used in this ever-changing landscape by introducing a suite of new categories, including Workplace Culture, Hybrid Events, Education & Training, Recruitment and Sustainability.

“The workforce has changed so much. New companies have come out of this time, others have shifted their offerings and employees are also looking for new ways of working — and video is being utilized more than ever to address these shifts,” explains Tellys Executive Director Sabrina Dridje. “The culture of a company has never been so critical to attract and retain talent — whether it’s new ways of remote working, placing purpose at the center of a businesses key values or providing Employee Resource Groups for communities to gather and support each internally. This year’s incredible group of winners perfectly exemplifies the many artful and unique ways video is being used to tackle these timely topics. By introducing our new categories, we’re continuing to deliver on our mission of constantly evolving with the changing industry and the world.”

Among the winners in the new categories, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Microsoft and The Walt Disney Company, Europe & Africa, won big in Workplace Culture. Johns Hopkins Medicine’s “When The Dust Settles” stars RN Nurse Manager Robin Lewis-Cherry, MSN, as she performs spoken word poetry honoring her colleagues’ courage, commitment, sacrifices and resilience during the pandemic. In Hybrid Events, Left Field Labs and ViacomCBS Consumer Products took home the top honors, the latter for “ViacomCBS Consumer Products Virtual Partner Summit,” a recap of their virtual partner presentation utilizing UNREAL Engine to create a virtual stage for presenting updates on their shows. PBS, CTRL5, The Department of Veterans Affairs, American Documentary Inc, Setter Studios and Grounded brought home the gold in Sustainability, which highlights the many ways video and television is being used to center stories around environmental issues — a powerful way to disseminate critical information about the current and future state of the planet.

Meanwhile, in Education & Training and Recruitment, two key areas where video is becoming increasingly used to attract, educate and retain top talent, winners for the former category included work from the likes of Accenture Productions, PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs and the American Theatre Wing, while Stanford University and Johns Hopkins Medicine took home the top honors in Recruitment.

The Telly Awards also announced Al Jazeera Media Network as Telly Company of the Year for the second year in a row. With work including “Al Jazeera Investigations – All the Prime Minister’s Men” to “Holding on to Ukraine” and “Life in Syria” told through the eyes of displaced children, the Telly top honors reflects how influential the media company is with their powerful, unique form of reporting and storytelling. Al Jazeera Media Network’s work this season continues to embody what it means to create compelling, gold standard video journalism.

Finally, it was another standout year for the “People’s Telly Awards”, which are given to the most-loved pieces chosen by The Telly Awards’ audience. Winners include Al Jazeera: “Al Jazeera Investigations – All the Prime Minister’s Men”, the National Parks Conservation Association’s “One Park. One Story. Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park,” and Operation Smile: “A Window to the World: The Anthony L. & Hideko S. Burgess Interactive Learning Center.”

To further reinforce its commitment to produce and share stories that highlight its diverse community, the Telly Awards launched new endeavors including The Telly Award Podcast, which brought together industry experts like Felicia Pride, writer and producer of ABC’s hit show Grey’s Anatomy and Navid Khonsari, game writer and producer of household Rockstar games Grand Theft Auto and Max Payne, to share insights, debate their differences and find common ground in their forms of storytelling. The Tellys also reinstated the extremely popular Tellys live experiences, which featured work from the likes of The New York Times and The Atlantic. “Each of these events were attended by the diversified body of The Telly Awards, including larger corporate agency entrants as well as smaller independent creators and production companies,” says Dridje. “Our podcast and live events are some of the best ways for us to be able to bring together these groups, increase our brand awareness and strengthen bonds between our current clients as well as develop relationships with new partners and entrants — all while showcasing the very best work from our community.” 

View the 43rd Annual Telly Awards Winners Reel below:
Highlights from this year’s Telly Gold Award winners include: Branded Content

Branded Content
Freethink won for “Catalysts” in Campaign: Social Responsibility
FORTUNE Brand Studio won for Salesforce and FORTUNE Brand Studio presents THE ECOPRENEURS “Ep1: SeaTrees” in Video/Cinematography
Innocence Project won for “Happiest Moments” in Campaign: Not-for-profit

Mytonomy won for “Cochlear Implants” in Education & Training
Sony Music Entertainment won for Janis Joplin “Me and Bobby McGree (Official Music Video)” in Use of Archival Footage

Microsoft won for “Power On: The Story of Xbox” in Games
Playstation won for “Star Wars” in Games
Taxi Film Production won for Tourism & Events Queensland – “Days Like This” in Directing

Hearst Media Production Group won for “The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation” in Museums & Galleries
The Walt Disney Company, Europe & Asia won for “Disney Jr. Xmas Multiproperty Spot” in Fully Animated Piece
WETRANSFER  won for Aline – “The French Dispatch” in Use of 2D Animation

Immersive & Mixed Reality
Nice Shoes won for Audi: ”E-Tron Showroom” in Use of AR

Social Video
PBS Digital Studios won for “Popular Words Invented by Authors” in Education & Training
Sesame Workshop won for “Dia de Los Muertos/Day of the Dead Song” in Children

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It’s Cine Gear Expo Time – Los Angeles Convention Center at LA Live – June 9-12

Cine Gear Expo LA is coming back, full power with its hallmark exhibits, film competition, seminars, screenings, and world class hobnobbing. It’s the place to reconnect with colleagues, friends and collaborators in the casual LA Cine Gear style at the Los Angeles Convention Center, June 9-12, 2022.

The downtown LA location is a breath of fresh air with soaring ceilings, bright airy spaces inside, and outdoors exhibits too, with lots of on-site parking in addition to ample public transportation. Next door is the LA LIVE! entertainment complex with theatres, the Arena, the word-famous Grammy Museum, top restaurants, and hotels.

Thursday, June 9 marks the official opening of the Los Angeles 2022 show. The event starts at noon with the Film Series Competition which will extend throughout the day with screenings in the Student Short, Indy Short, Commercial and Music Video categories.

Also, on Thursday, the exhibition halls will open at 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. This year guests can meet with hundreds of exhibitors from technology companies worldwide. From ARRI to ZEISS, this is LA’s best opportunity to check out the latest equipment and services including, cameras, optics, lighting, grip, support, motion control, stabilizers, virtual stage LEDs, robotics, streaming, monitors, filters, camera cars, cases and other tools of the trade.

Exhibit Doors open again Friday the 10th, from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with the addition of a full slate of industry presentations from participants like the ASC, ICG Magazine/ICG Local 600, ARRI, Blackmagic, MBS, Sony, ZEISS, and more including the popular Got Agent? panel.

Friday evening, Cine Gear holds its annual VIP party and ceremony co-sponsored by Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment, Inc. and Sony Electronics, Inc. where the Film Series Competition winners are awarded. And, in the Cine Gear tradition, several industry favorites will be honored for their contributions to the art and technology of filmmaking. Look for surprise guests on hand to pick up special honors.

Free Registration for Cine Gear Expo is now open at:

For the for up to date lineup of exhibitors, screenings, and seminars visit:

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