Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles Post Production Group’s April 18th meeting will feature two presentations from industry leaders Vimeo and HALON Entertainment at Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences in Santa Monica, CA.
Derick Rhodes, Vimeo’s Director, Creator Programs and Events, will share the latest from Vimeo as the company launches support for 360 and announces a steady stream of workflow-related tools including Enhanced Review Pages and the new Vimeo Panel for Premiere Pro. In addition, he will inspire attendees with some recent Staff Pick highlights. Derick will also preview Vimeo’s NAB programming for this year.
Vimeo has recently come on board as a Platinum Level Partner of the group. LAPPG Co-Founder Woody Woodhall, CAS explains, “Having an industry leading company like Vimeo as a new partner of the LAPPG is a real benefit to our members. It’s through companies like Vimeo that we are able to continue to offer valuable content on a monthly basis to our expanding membership of content creators, post production professionals and filmmakers.
After Vimeo’s presentation and a networking break, Kendra Ruczak, Managing Editor of Sound & Picture, will be moderating a postvisualization panel discussion with HALON Entertainment. Sound & Picture is a crew-centric workflow magazine covering sound, cinematography, picture editing, visual effects, and the latest in gear and technology.
HALON Entertainment is the leading visualization company in the film, TV, and game industry. Part of their expertise is in postvisualization, the art of digitally placing assets in production photography to flesh out the story for final VFX and edit teams. “Postvis is a fascinating aspect of post production and is especially crucial for executing blockbuster action sequences. Sound & Picture is excited to present an in-depth discussion of the topic with industry leaders from HALON Entertainment,” says Managing Editor Kendra Ruczak. We will be joined by HALON’s Clint G. Reagan, Tefft Smith II, and Casey Pyke, postvis supervisors and leads from films including “Logan,” “Kong: Skull Island,” and the upcoming “War for the Planet of the Apes.” They will discuss postvis’ crucial role not only in film, but in the art of storytelling.
This meeting as all of Los Angeles Post Production Group’s monthly meetings are open to all. For more information and to register visit:
The Los Angeles Post Production Group (LAPPG) is an organization for those with an interest in digital filmmaking and the post-production process. The group was founded in 2008 and hosts monthly meetings with the industry’s leading experts, professionals and companies. It is a thriving, creative and supportive networking community for members in Los Angeles and around the world and is expanding their reach with educational, networking and career-enhancing opportunities through the event platform “LAPPG Presents” and the launch of L.A. Post Fest, an innovative editing competition highlighting the huge impact post production has on storytelling. Visit their website at www.lappg.com.