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Previsualization Society Announces May 8th PREVIS 2010 Event


April 28, 2010

The Previsualization Society announces Previs 2010, the organization's inaugural event in Los Angeles scheduled for May 8. The one-day gathering will bring together a wide spectrum of professionals who use and interact with previs for an exploration of current previs approaches, workflows and new work. The event is open to Previsualization Society members as well as non-members.

The program will highlight recent motion picture previs, as well as feature a Round Table Forum that promotes interdisciplinary group discussions. The Forum will encourage conversation and input from all vantage points of pre-production, production and post production with an emphasis on previs in relationship to the creative process.

“We have designed this event to be informative and beneficial to everyone surrounding previs, not just previs artists,” said Previsualization Society President Colin Green. “In keeping with the mission of the Previsualization Society, Previs 2010 will be a forum for professionals to exchange ideas, ask questions and learn how previs can support all areas of filmmaking. We expect it to offer new cross-disciplinary perspectives with attendees connecting directly with peers and experts in such fields as cinematography, production design, visual effects and editorial.”

“Previs 2010” will take place Saturday, May 8, 2010, at 2:00 pm at the Sofitel Hotel, 8555 Beverly Blvd. in Los Angeles. Tickets are $40 for Previsualization Society members and $100 for non members. Event admission includes a dinner-and-drinks reception from 7:00-9:00 pm. Please reserve tickets in advance through the Previsualization Society website, www.previssociety.com. For details and program updates, please also log on to www.previssociety.com.

About the Previsualization Society: Formed in 2009, the Previsualization Society is a non-profit trade organization dedicated to the advancement and development of previsualization, or “previs,” for all who participate in or benefit from the previs process. Members of the Previsualization Society are engaged with the production or use of previs around the world within such fields as feature film, television, commercials, games, visualization and architecture. Through a community that is as collaborative and interdisciplinary as previs itself, the Previsualization Society promotes effective applications, standards and practices, education and practical knowledge exchange and takes a leadership role in developing and articulating the capabilities of an evolving medium that is playing an integral role in how content is made. For additional information, please visit www.previssociety.com.



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