(Los Angeles, California--July 18, 2012) The Hollywood Post Alliance® Sales Career Resource Group (SCRG) will present On-Set Dailies: WTF? (or What's the Flow), an in-depth look at the revolution in dailies creation and how delivery has changed the post industry quicker than color, high definition and digital cameras. On-Set Dailies: WTF (What's the Flow) is set for July 25th at the Beverly Garland Holiday Inn in North Hollywood, CA. Moderated by Leon Silverman, General Manager, Digital Studio, Walt Disney Studios and President, Hollywood Post Alliance, the discussion will take a close look at how the flow of on-set dailies have revolutionized the post industry from the unique viewpoint of the users.
The distinguished group of panelists will share their knowledge built on real world experience encompassing a variety of dailies systems, and focus on what they have learned along the way. Panelist include, Richard Winnie, Vice President of Post Production Universal Television and Universal Television Cable; Joe Fineman, Executive Post Consultants; Curtis Clark, ASC; Gigi Coello-Bannon, Supervising Producer "Criminal Minds"; and Arthur Forney, Co-Executive Producer, "Law & Order" branded series.
The HPA® SCRG luncheons are engaging, expert-driven educational events that create community among sales, marketing and business development professionals, provide a forum of support and resources, and deepen the value of the HPA by exemplifying its ideals and commitment to the post production industry.
Registration for the event is $60 for HPA Members and $80 for Non-Members, and includes a buffet lunch. Early registration is encouraged as SCRG luncheon events sell out and higher fees will apply for onsite registrations. For event information and registration, please visit http://www.hpaonline.com
or call 213.614.0860.
About the Hollywood Post Alliance®
Hollywood Post Alliance (HPA) serves the professional community of businesses and individuals who provide expertise, support, tools and the infrastructure for the creation and finishing of motion pictures, television, commercials, digital media and other dynamic media content.
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