|A Full Day Symposium on Saturday, October 1st, 2011
at Disney Studios, Burbank from 9 AM to 4:30 PM
8:00 Registration & Badge Pick-up at Fantasia Theatre
9:00 Welcome by Leon Silverman, GM, Digital Studio, Walt Disney Studios
9:10 Say What? A Glossary from Rod Bogart, Color Science of Pixar
9:30 Monitor Technologies Briefing Paul Chapman, SVP Technology of Fotokem guides us through the options
9:50 Myth Busting: Monitoring On-Set from Steven Poster, ASC – President, International Cinematographers Guild and Dave Cole, Senior DI Colorist, Technicolor
10:10 Myth Busting: Digital Cinema with Josh Pines, VP Imaging Research & Development and Jill Bogdanowicz, Senior Digital Intermediate Colorist of Technicolor
10:30 Myth Busting: Rec. 709 from Ron Williams, CEO of Landmark
10:50 Myth Busting: Home Displays from Kevin Wines, Image Technology Director of THX
11:10 Q & A
11:25 “101 Dalmatians” A Case Study of Monitoring in ACES with Lou Levinson, Colorist of Technicolor and Howard Lukk, VP Digital Production Technology of Disney
11:55 What’s Coming Next? A Futurist Panel Loren Nielsen, Founder & President of ETC, with Bill Admans, Director Product Marketing of Dolby, Gary Mandle, Sr. Product Manager of Sony, Curtis Clark of ASC, Mark Smirnoff, President, Studio Services of Modern VideoFilm, and Pankaj Bajpai, VP Color Technologies for Broadcast/Senior Colorist from Deluxe will discuss creative requirements and technology drivers, including: wide gamuts, more bits, higher spatial and temporal resolution, more brightness and more.
12:25 Manufacturers Mini Intros – Participating manufacturers let us know what we’ll see in the afternoon. Featuring; Boland Communications, Dolby Laboratories, Marshall Electronics, Panasonic Solutions Company, Penta Studiotech, Sony Electronics, THX and TV Logic
12:55 Explanation of afternoon program
1:00 Lunch in the Disney Commissary
2 – 4:30 Get UP CLOSE as you walk through four display areas where monitors will be shown in their respective applications. Blue Ribbon panel members will host the display areas and explain content and context.
1) Digital Cinema – in the Frank G. Wells theatre – can we use emissive displays for theatrical mastering?
2) 709 - Including on-set and DVD/Blu-ray Mastering – How do we monitor to ensure creative intent?
3) Consumer sets – what are the challenges when our content reaches the home?
4) Manufacturers’ marketing area – see the latest from the industry’s top manufacturers
Price: $25 for Members, $35 for Non-Members
Registration is Closed! There are NO Onsite Registrations.
No one will be admitted into the studio unless they are registered.
Registration closes on September 29, 2011. There will be no onsite registrations due to security at Disney Studios. NO REFUNDS FOR CANCELLATIONS AFTER September 28th. Details regarding parking to come. Space is Limited!
With the generous support of Walt Disney Studios