Wed

30

Oct

Creating Your Final Picture - Colour Grading for the Big and Small Screen
Park Road Post Production Cinema 141 Park Road, Miramar
5.30pm for 6.00pm start

Welcome to your October workshop - you will find it invaluable!!

Creating Your Final Picture - Colour Grading for the Big and Small Screen

In conversation with:

Clare Burlinson - Colourist - Daffodils, Savage, Yellow is Forbidden

https://pro.imdb.com/name/nm2788784/?ref_=instant_nm_1&q=Clare%20Burlinson

David Stubbs - Director - Daffodils,  Producer - Catching the Black Widow

https://pro.imdb.com/name/nm3815440/?ref_=instant_nm_1&q=David%20Stubbs

Tammy Williams - Cinematographer & Photographer - The Deadly Ponies Gang, Give Kate a Voice: Suffrage 125

https://tammy.co.nz/home/moving-image/

The language and communication in colour grading .. there is no one way to talk about colour.

Designing a look/ development for a movie or TV series

How we schedule out time for each project and what needs to be covered in the time available

Preparation and communication before the session

Who's in control (Director or DOP)

Common terms

Then we will delve into the new technology of EDR and HDR for streaming and theatrical screens with some of the Park Road team and open the floor to questions.

Venue: Park Road Post Production Cinema

141 Park Road, Miramar

Date:  Wednesday 30 October

Time:  5.30pm drinks and networking; 6pm Workshop start

Members free.  Non-members $15 - drinks and nibbles included.

RSVPs essential to office@wiftnz.org.nz

 

Programme is brought to you with generous support from the NZ Film Commission and Foundation North.