Atlanta Film Society presents Eat, Drink, & B-Indie Intro to Virtual & XR Production
This month at Eat, Drink & B-Indie, join ATLFS and the team at MEPTIK for an introduction to how virtual & extended reality production works, what benefits it has in store for filmmaking, and more. MEPTIK is a local, Atlanta-based virtual & extended reality production studio that has created innovative visual experiences for Fortune 500 companies, musical artists, films, and broadcasts. In this introduction to virtual & extended reality (XR) production with real-life examples, learn more about how the technology works, what it can do for film productions, and how filmmakers can make the best use of it.
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LS Studios presents Industry talk w/ Talent Agent w/ Melinda
Melinda focuses on utilizing her full array of experience in the talent industry to bring a comprehensive approach to booking that fulfills actor and model needs while serving clients with exceptional value. Her experiences span decades of working as an actress, model, vocalist, scout, and agent. Knowing talent life firsthand gives her an edge when guiding those she represents to communicate and advise individual actors and model needs. Agency experience gives her the perspective on how to weave talent and production worlds to meet in harmony. Her agent relations include designer fashion, renowned photographers, and a series of successful talent bookings. Melinda’s credits include European Nike, (Runway) Oscar de la Renta, Meet the Browns, Oscar Meyer, Disney, Talledega Nights, and many more.For a full list, click here.
If you plan to attend, we will enforce CDC COVID Guidelines. You agree your attendance is voluntary, and understand social distancing, face mask, and temperature checks will be implemented.
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Atlanta Film Society presents Music in Picture: A Critical Role Discussion with Composer Evan Hodges
The goal of this immersive workshop/ clinic is to educate directors and producers on how to effectively communicate with composers. It is vital for up-and-coming composers as well, as they can fall into the pitfalls of convoluted themes and over-scored cues that don’t serve the story.
Some of the talking points will be:
• Building relationships with composers
• Learning how to bridge the communication gap
• Understanding themes and thematic development
• Choosing the correct instrumentation and arranging
• How to properly use temp tracks
• Starting early: scoring from a script
• Studying project files from existing films
Ensure your next film score matches your vision by registering today!
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