Doors open 6:30 PM for Refreshments, Tables and Networking
Bastiaan Koch: Filmmaker and VFX Artist:
“Writing Big, Executing Small. – ‘Hollywood VS indie filmmaking.'”
Gilberto Balderas: Adobe Certified Instructor, Independent Producer
“Tricks and tips for faster editing in PremierePro”
Patrick Sculley CEO Pixelflow’s Latest Secure File Sharing goes Mobile and Demo
Todd Dubnicoff: latest video project, “Disease in a Dish”
More about our super Speakers:
Bastiaan Koch is a writer, director and VFX artist: New Film “Follow the Camera”
has created key computer generated characters for HellBoy, Pacific Rim, Rango, Tomorrowland, Avatar, Transformers & the Avengers movies. He also produced The 3rd Letter (Hollyshorts 2012 winner) and was nominated for best feature screenplay (Beverly Hills Film Festival 2012).
Gilberto Balderas visiting from Cancun, Mexico
Adobe User Group Manager Grupo Creativo Mexico
Adobe Video Specialist / Former Premiere Pro and After Effects Certified Instructor:
Tricks and tips for faster editing: Mapping keyboard shortcuts: Best Shortcuts: Cool stuff
March 19 Meeting Sponsor Patrick Sculley of Pixelflow – New Mobile iPhone App for Pixelflow
PixelFlow allows users to post comments on the timeline from any web browser, without any consideration required for codecs, file size or client platform. PixelFlow’s streaming platform allows videos to be instantly viewed and prevents unauthorized download.
Whether you are working in the same office, down the hall or on the other side of the world with multiple people, multiple revisions and multiple media files, Pixelflow provides instant file review and the ability to post comments for changes and revisions without needing to ship drives or require complicated login. Yet Pixelflow is a secure file sharing application, affordable and easy to use.
Pixelflow is endorsed by Norm Hollyn, Head of the Editing Track at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts and is used by students in the department
Please bring your questions for Patrick at his table and following his presentation
How does the single person Shooter/Editor/Producer make it all happen?
As a kid, Todd Dubnicoff (pronounced DOOB-NEH-KOFF) loved watching Carl Sagan’s Cosmos and movies in general, which sparked a life-long interest in both science and cinema. As a grownup, Todd took the science career path earning a PhD in molecular biology and working as a biotech research scientist in the Bay Area. But he also kept up a serious filmmaking hobby and about seven years ago he merged his two passions by becoming a video producer and science writer for California’s Stem Cell Agency where he helps inform the public about the agency’s mission: to accelerate stem cell treatments for patients with unmet medical needs. His collection of videos for the agency can be viewed on their YouTube Channel: CIRMTV https://www.youtube.com/user/CIRMTV
Title of the 4 minute video I’ll screen at the meeting: “Disease in a Dish – That’s a Mouthful”
(part of a series called Stem Cells in Your Face)