Conference Schedule March 4

Schedule Subject to Change

9:30 – 10:30
Lobby
Registration

VR LOUNGE, EXHIBITION & TRADE SHOW runs  9:30 – 3:30

10:45 – 11:30
Theatre
WB SUPERHEROES MASH-UP Director Mairzee Almas, Director/Director of Photography C Kim Miles, Director/Director of Photography David Geddes, Costume Designer Maya Mani, Production Designer Tyler Harron, Visual Effects Supervisor/Director Armen Kevorkian, Associate Visual Effects Supervisor Marc Lougee, and Associate Visual Effects Supervisor Keith Hamakawa. Join the “creative teams” from FLASH, ARROW, SUPERGIRL AND LEGENDS OF TOMORROW as they discuss the challenges of weaving story lines and characters – creativity and digital technology to bring the DC universe to life.
11:45 – 12:30
Theatre
WORKING IN HDR AND 4K Director of Photography Michael Balfry, Post Production Associate Producer Gary Lam, Sim Digital’s Engineering Supervisor Michael Bravin, and Bling Digital’s Director of Workflow Services Jesse Korosi discuss the challenges involved when working in 4K, and HDR. Moderated by Steve Demeter, SIM Digital’s Director of Business Western Canada
12:30 – 2:30
Ballroom
Grab a box lunch sponsored by CreativeBC and check out the tradeshow, demos, breakouts and the VR Lounge
Atrium VR LOUNGE

Cream360:
Civil War: A Letter from the Trenches
AGNUS DIE! A VR Tribute to the great Alfred Hitchcock

National Film Board Of Canada, Digital Studio:
Cardboard Crash
Bear 71 VR
Minotaur
Way To Go

Perspective Films:
Canucks VR/360 Experience
VR Wonders of the World series featuring the Grand Canyon and Northern Lights

12:45 – 1:30
Room TBA
YOUR ONLINE PRESENCE with S. Siobhan McCarthy Learn the basics of business/personal branding and social media marketing, the integral aspects of a website, why your digital business card is so very important, and cover the abcs of social media engagement and its various forms – Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Vimeo, etc, so that self promotion no longer feels awkward, but effective and streamlined. Please bring your laptop/iPad.
1:35 – 2:05
Room TBA
MAKING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR IMDb PROFILE with C. Ernst Harth. Ernst will be talking about on-line professional industry databases such as IMDb & IMDbPro and how to best utilize their services to promote yourself and your career in film and television. Please bring your laptop/iPad.
12:30 – 1:15
Room TBA
SCRIPTE and DH COSTUME with Tony Pettine. Tony will provide an overview of the ScriptE and DH Costume Apps – see how your job can turn into digital workflow with script import, breakdown and notes. Please bring your iPad.
12.40 – 1.25
Room TBA
DIGITAL CHARACTERS  Karin Konoval  and Paul Moniz de Sa Join Karin (RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES) and Paul (THE BFG) as they discuss performing in a virtual world, moderated by Alvin Sanders, actor and President of UBCP/ACTRA.
1.30 – 2.30
Room TBA
4K/UHD with Gord Langdon – Video Applications Engineer – Tektronix Producing 4K/UHD content with High Dynamic Range (HDR) and wide colour gamut presents new challenges for acquisition, post-production and delivery. Learn how Tektronix waveform monitors can help streamline your 4K/UHD workflows.
1.30 – 5.45
Room TBA

1.30 -3.30 Tony Pettine will provide a deeper look into the DH Costumes APP

3:45-5:45 The Dept Head APP presentation -This session is intended for Props/Hair/Make-up

Bring your own iPad or pen and paper to take notes; see how your job can turn into digital workflow with script import, breakdown and notes.

2:15 – 3:15
Theatre
CINEMATIC VR Artistic Director Andrew MacDonald, Director of Photography Chris Bedyk, and Virtual Reality Creator Paisley Smith. McDonald will begin with a presentation on shooting VR/360 and then join Bedyk and Smith in a panel discussion on series content creation moderated by Alan Goldman, Emily Carr University of Art and Design.
3:30 – 4:15
Theatre
THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE  Director of Photography James Hawkinson, Production Designer Drew Boughton, Visual Effects Supervisor Lawson Deming and Locations Manager Nicole Chartrand. join the creative team of the award winning series from Amazon Studios and Scott Free Productions as they discuss “The Fallout” and their work in creating the visual aesthetic of an America that never was.  Moderated by Margot Ready, Art director IATSE 891
4.20 – 5.05
Theatre

Keynote: DIRECTING THROUGH THE LENS In conversation with director and legendary camera operator Stephen S. Campanelli SOC.  Interviewed by Brian Whittred, President International Cinematographers Guild Local 669.

5.15 – 6.30
Theatre Foyer
Closing Networking Reception