Day 2 – Saturday, September 22rd, 2017
Center for Civil and Human Rights
100 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
9:00am – 6:00pm Registration: Get your Passes and Program
9:30am – 4:30pm Short Film Showcase and Disruptive Technology in Film Conference
Art meets Technologies
9:30am – 10:30am THE FUTURE OF SCREENS: VIRTUAL REALITY, AUGMENTED REALITY & The Potential For Stories
Founder, TRICK 3D
The past few years have shown us that mobile phones and computers are just as widely watched as TVs and theatre screens. It has changed the way we view content as well as how we create content. Currently, we’re diving into an era in which the screen is changing beyond previously recognizable forms. Virtual reality, augmented reality, projection mapping, holograms, and a bit of everything in between are shaping a new landscape of not only how content is watched but also a new approach to storytelling as a whole.
Short Film Block 1 – 10:30am -11:30am – Short Film Screenings
10:30am – 10:35 – “Lunch in Lima”
10:35am – 10:45am – “Love Worth It”
10:45am to 11:00am – “Times Like These”
11:00 am-11:15am – “Clave”
11:15am – 11:30am – “ALMA”
11:30am- 12:20am: WOMEN CALLING THE SHOTS:- Women in Film
Explore the triumphs and setbacks of women in the industry. Expect to be challenged and inspired by our panel of experts.
Carmen Corral Aileen Michelle
12:30pm -1:30pm Keynotes: Watch, Lunch & Learn
State of the Tax Incentives
Craig Miller Georgia Film & TV Production Office (Confirmed)
Your Acting Career: Starting a Movement and Making Yourself Memorable for Casting Directors
1:30pm – 2:30pm DRONES AND THE ART OF FLIGHT.
Founder and CEO
Blueskeye Aerial Media
As a group, filmmakers are usually at the forefront of using new technology. While some have to be dragged, kicking and screaming into a new era—the endless debates about the sanctity of film vs. digital come to mind—most willingly embrace new technology because it will help them achieve their goals in a more efficient and cost effective way. And in some cases, that new technology also makes possible something that was unimaginable just a few years before.A great Director of Photography will take us on journeys that aren’t possible without their visual genius. Come to this session and learn from an accomplished filmmaker and D.P. who will help change the future of cinematography
One of the technologies that may change filmmaking—even indie filmmaking—in the next few years is the incorporation of aerial cinematography through the use of drones. Just think of the cost factor alone, in how a drone may eliminate the need (if not the desire) to use a crane or an actual piloted helicopter or other aircraft. A filmmaker may be able to compose shots that would have been prohibitive—or nearly impossible—just a few short years earlier.
Short Film Block 2 – 2:45pm – 4:30pm – Short Film Screenings
2:45 – 3:05 – 3000 – Roberto Clemente 3000 Hit.
3:05pm – 3:25pm – Mysterious Ways
3;25pm- 3:40pm – Breakfast with Tiffany
3:40pm – 3:49pm – Zombies
3:49pm – 3:55;PM – Boardwalk Musico
3:55pm – 4:15pm – Limerence
4:15pm – 5:30pm – How to Be Successful with HD & 4K and Post – Productions
Rodney Luis Aquino and Cody Foltz, Owners, Left Digital Media
In this session with Rodney Luis Aquino and Cody Foltz, Owners, Left Digital Media who will take attendees through the process of understanding how modern digital cinema cameras work, so you can make informed decisions in terms of how to shoot your next project(s). While he will use certain cameras to go over these features and choices, the data covered in the workshop will apply to all modern digital camera systems and is intended for anyone considering using modern camera systems for their narrative or documentary based projects. The session will also focus on using Final Cut Pro X with camera systems from Canon, Black Magic and RED to successfully working with and process footage from each of these systems. This will include establishing the correct workflows for importing footage, managing media, and working within the application.