Wednesday, October 13, 2010

[MISP] NMPA: Come to our Fall Event next Thursday at the Santa Fe Complex!

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Hey everyone... 

With the Motion Conference, Santa Fe Independent Film Festival and Santa Fe Film Festival -- this is a great week coming up in Santa Fe (and Albuquerque).  If you're interested in the New Mexico Post Alliance, post-production, Visual Effect and indie filmmaking, I hope you'll consider our Fall Membership Event! 

(Special thanks in the meantime to the Rio Chama Steakhouse and the Santa Fe Film Festival!) 



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The NMPA's October event is not to be missed

 

NMPA MEMBERSHIP, FALL EVENT
SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO – OCT 21, 2010

FALL
2010
 
Coffee & Snacks/
Welcome and Registration
NMPA Member
Quarterly Meeting
(Fall / 2010)
Lessons in Post:
Study #1 "Adventures of a Teenage Dragonslayer"
Reel World: "Invisible VFX"
byRon Thornton - Creative Director, Red Earth VFX
Lessons in Post:
Study #2 – "The Incredible
Voyage of Captain Hook"
NMPA Post Party & Professional Mixer - Rio Chama Brewing Company
NMPA fall event
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9-9:30am

Coffee & Snacks / Welcome Registration

LOCATION: Santa Fe Complex, 632 Agua Fria (entrance through Romero; walking distance from the Railyard) FEES: $40 General Admission, $25 for Santa Fe Film Festival Pass Holders, and Free for all NMPA members (membership starts at $50)

Click here to register now.

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9:30-10:35am

NMPA Member Quarterly Meeting (Fall / 2010)

MEETING IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS

"Coming Together: the Legislative Battle Ahead" Officer reports, committee reports NMPA Conference in February – the basics

10:35-10:45am - BREAK

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10:45-12:15pm

Lessons in Post: Study #1 –
"Adventures of a Teenage Dragonslayer" Moderated by Eric Renz - Whitmore

Adventures of a Teenage Dragonslayer is not only a great example of local independent production, it's also a project that brought together many elements of our local post-­‐production community. In fact, the full-­‐ length feature was quite possibly the largest post-­‐production job to be completed in New Mexico, with very few elements being completed out of state. Picture editorial, over 200 visual effects shots, color correction, score, music licensing, sound design and 5.1 theatrical sound mix were all done in New Mexico. Join us as the Dragonslayer post team discusses their experience and lessons learned.

12:15-1:30pm - lunch - BYO

Bring your own or find a local vendor of your choosing. Just be back on time. We are running a tight schedule.

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1:30-2:45pm

Reel World: "Invisible VFX" by Ron Thornton

Emmy‐award‐winner Ron Thornton, Creative Director at Red Earth VFX in Albuququerque, has designed, produced and supervised Visual Effects work for television and theatrical film for over thirty years. In this session he'll focus on what current feature and TV markets are looking for in their visual effects.

2:45-3:00pm - BREAK

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3-4:30pm

Lessons in Post: Study #2 – "The Incredible Voyage of Captain Hook" Moderated by Lance Maurer

Come be the first to see the local movie everyone is talking about. We will screen this truly amazing, 100% New Mexican short film for the NMPA members before it hits the screens. After the screening, panelists Reuben Finkelstein (Editor, Actor) and David Garcia (Colorist) will be on hand to discuss the workflow through post, including lessons learned while making this beautiful film. For more information on the film itself, look for them on facebook.

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5:30-7:30pm

NMPA Post Party and Professional Mixer

Join some of New Mexico's leading professionals in the post and film industry -­‐ and a few other VIPs -­‐ for good food and drink at the NMPA Fall Mixer. Don't forget to bring your business cards!

The mixer is free for attendees of this fall event, Santa Fe Film Festival Ticket Holders, and all NMPA members; for all others, the cost is $20 at the door.

LOCATION: Rio Chama Steakhouse (President's Room) 414 Old Santa Fe Trail

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