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By: International Cinematographers Guild | June 4, 2014
The International Cinematographers Guild (ICG, IATSE Local 600) is producing a panel discussion on "New Workflow Choices and the Director of Photography" at the 2014 Cine Gear Expo in the Sherry Lansing Theatre on the Paramount Pictures lot this Saturday, June 7, from 10:15-11:30am.
The panelists are Paul Cameron, ASC, Director of Photography (Total Recall; Dead Man Down), Mark Doering-Powell, Director of Photography (ABC's Super Fun Night; CW's Everybody Hates Chris), Steven Poster, ASC, Director of Photography, National President, ICG (Donnie Darko; Someone to Watch Over Me), Andrew Turman, Director of Photography (Target; Lexus), Michele deLorimier, Digital Imaging Technician (DIT) & Phantom Tech (Cover Girl's Pink; Cream Reunion at the Royal Albert Hall), Bobby Maruvada, Digital Imaging Technician (DI colorist Project X; After Earth) and E. Gunnar Mortensen, Focus Puller (Amityville Horror: Locked In; Cooties). Digital Imaging Technician Joshua Gollish (Skyfall; Prisoners) will moderate.
The panel will discuss how Directors of Photography and their crews encounter an ever-expanding range of approaches to color management and dailies. These new paths profoundly impact the DP's artistic style and every aspect of their job, including on-set operations and creative environment and communication with the director, talent, editorial and post-production.
This group of leading DPs and other camera crewmembers will examine how their workflow choices on recent, high-profile motion picture and TV projects impacted the filmmaking process, the craft and the product.
About the International Cinematographers Guild:
The International Cinematographers Guild (IATSE Local 600) represents more than 7,000 members who work in film, television and commercials as Directors of Photography, Camera Operators, Visual Effects Supervisors, Still Photographers, Camera Assistants, Film Loaders, all members of camera crews and Publicists. The first cinematographers union was established in New York in 1926, followed by unions in Los Angeles and Chicago, but it wasn't until 1996 that Local 600 was born as a national guild. ICG's ongoing activities include the Emerging Cinematographer Awards and the Publicists Awards Luncheon. The Guild also publishes the award-winning ICG Magazine. www.cameraguild.com