David Fincher’s new film, Gone Girl, employed the first 6K real-time review pipeline in any feature film production. It was the first feature film to be cut on Adobe Premiere and needed to employ an incredibly advanced technical workflow to handle huge amounts of data. Various people with very different jobs and responsibilities needed to access all of this data and Post-Production Engineer Jeff Brue was the one who made sure that entire process actually worked.
Moderated by ProVideo Coaliton’s very own Woody Woodhall, Jeff will share his experience with this ground-breaking workflow during a live webinar on November 17th at 11:00am PST. The two will talk about the tools that were employed throughout the production – from the 6K RED Dragon to Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC to the HP Z Workstations powered by Intel® Xeon® processors and NVIDIA Quadro GPUs.
About the Presenter:
Jeff Brue is a Technical Consultant specializing in high performance studio architecture. Jeff has designed the compute architecture and storage infrastructure of over 40 facilities and productions worldwide. He founded Open Drives in 2011 in order to provide the next generation of storage infrastructure for data centric production. He has designed infrastructure for productions such as Lawless, American Hustle, and House of Cards. His background in Visual Effects and Post Production includes working on over 135 features and 60 commercial productions. Jeff is currently the CTO of Open Drives in Santa Monica.
About the Moderator:
Woody Woodhall, CAS is President of Allied Post Audio in Santa Monica, CA and is an award winning supervising sound editor, sound designer and rerecording mixer. He has sound supervised and mixed feature films, documentaries and for television he’s VO recorded, sound edited and mixed hundreds of episodes of programming for USA Network, VH-1, E!, Travel Channel, Food Network and Comedy Central to name a few. Woody is author of the college textbook, Audio Production and Post Production, used at universities across the US. Woody also heads the Los Angeles Post Production Group (LAPPG) where he shares his filmmaking expertise alongside other working professionals on a monthly basis for the LA post production community.