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The solid-state-lighting presentation featured a test film shot by Daryn Okada, ASC, showing how various solid-state sources affect the look of makeup, wardrobe and set decoration as compared to tungsten lighting.
 

The IIF discussion included footage from the TV series Justified, the workflow’s first official industry outing (AC March ’11), and remarks by Francis Kenney, ASC, the series’ director of photography, and Richard Crudo, ASC, the second-unit cinematographer.
 

The digital-preservation discussion was highlighted by the announcement that the Council will soon publish The Digital Dilemma: Part 2, which examines how independent filmmakers, documentarians and non-profit archives are contending with the preservation of digital materials. (The original Digital Dilemma, published in 2007, focused on major studios. See AC Dec. ’08.)
 

Finally, John Bailey, ASC joined Grover Crisp, Sony Pictures Entertainment’s senior vice president of asset management, film restoration and digital mastering, and Andrea Kalas, Paramount Studios’ vice president of archives, to discuss concerns related to digital preservation, and how Sony and Paramount approach the task.
 

On the last day of the summit, participants toured Panavision’s Woodland Hills facility and Mole-Richardson’s facility.

 

Thanks to all of the sponsors who made this conference possible:

CAMERON - PACE Group

Clairmont Camera

Cinelease, Inc.

Company 3

Createasphere

Dattner Dispoto and Associates

Deluxe

EFilm

Fletcher Chicago

Fujifilm

International Cinematographers Guild, Local 600 IATSE

J.L. Fisher

K5600, Inc.

Kino Flo Lighting Systems

Kodak

Laser Pacific, LLC

Lee Filters

Mole-Richardson Company

Panavision

Paradigm

Sony

Technicolor

The Tiffen Company

United Talent Agency

NBC/Universal

A special thanks to all the companies
that hosted presentations during the four days:


Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Sci-Tech Council

Mole-Richardson Company

NBC/Universal

Panavision

Sony
 
 
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