The PGA Seminars Committee East invites you to...
HOW TO STOP WORRYING AND START LOVING POST
(Understanding Post & How to Finish the Job)
A three-part seminar series on Scheduling, Budgeting and Workflow which focuses on Features, Feature Docs, Scripted Television and Non-Scripted Reality Television
This unbelievable must-attend master class, led by superstar panelists, will give you a complete understanding of post across genres. Whatever your position or involvement in the post process, this is a not-to-be-missed opportunity!
DATES & TIMES
Scheduling: Saturday, March 12th, 9:30am – 12:30pm Feature Film:
A systematic approach to putting together a schedule for each film and television genre.
Budgeting: Saturday, April 2nd, 9:30am – 12:30pm
Learn how to create budgets based on the scheduling seminar.
Workflow: Saturday, April 30th, 9:30am – 12:30pm
This session rounds out the series, teaching the process of bringing post to completion.
The JCC in Manhattan
334 Amsterdam Ave. at 76 St., 7th Floor Conference Room
9:30am – Doors Open for Continental Breakfast
10:00am – Panel Begins Promptly
- PGA Members attend for FREE: refundable $40 deposit required to hold reservation for each seminar you attend. See below for further details. Space is limited!
- Non-Members & Guests: $40 per seminar, must be purchased in advance.
CONFIRMED PGA MEMBER PANELISTS
Irene Burns has been responsible for Post Production of nearly 200 hours of episodic television. Currently, she is a Producer on the award-winning comedy "3O Rock" on NBC. Also for NBC, Burns was a Producer who raised our collective social-consciousness with Tom Fontana's "The Philanthropist" last year. Working with Levinson/Fontana, Burns headed post production on several series, including: 45 episodes of NBC's "Homicide: Life on the Street" and 48 episodes of HBO's "Oz." Burns has produced numerous television pilots, including her personal favorite, "The Joke Show" for Comedy Central.
Jennifer Lane, a native New Yorker, has worked on both coasts as a post production supervisor. In the early 2000's, Jennifer was the Vice President of Post Production at Miramax Films in New York overseeing post production on such films as "Brothers Grimm"(Terry Gilliam), "An Unfinished Life" (Lasse Hallström), "Ella Enchanted" (Tommy O'Haver), and the Academy Award winning film "Chicago" (Rob Marshall). As a freelance post supervisor, some of her feature credits include "The Reader" (Stephen Daldry), "Revolutionary Road" (Sam Mendes), "Doubt" (John Patrick Shanley), "Taking Woodstock" (Ang Lee), "The Good Shepherd"(Robert De Niro), and "Hollywoodland" (Allen Coulter). She has also worked on many independent films including "Secretary" (Steven Shainberg), "Hamlet" (Michael Almereyda), "Sidewalks of New York" (Edward Burns), "Trust the Man" (Bart Freundlich), and the documentary "Trekkies" (Roger Nygard). She is currently completing post production on Universal Studios' science-fiction film "The Adjustment Bureau"(George Nolfi) which will be released in March 2011.
Brad Carpenter's introduction to the television industry began 15 years ago courtesy of Rob Tapert and Sam Raimi at Renaissance Pictures with their shows "Hercules: Legendary Journeys" and "Xena: Warrior Princess." His training in the world of scripted episodic Post Production developed over several seasons of HBO's much lauded, "Sex and the City," and continued in the unscripted world with 67 episodes of Bravo's "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy." After being fortunate enough to work on the first Emmy award-winning season of NBC's "30 Rock," Brad went on to Co-Produce "Life Is Wild," a family drama for The CW Network shot on location in South Africa. Over the past two years, Brad has been alternating between Co-Producer duties on Showtime's "Nurse Jackie" starring Edie Falco, and HBO's "Bored To Death" starring Jason Schwartzman, Ted Danson and Zach Galifianakis.
Brian Batka is a New York based post-production supervisor for non-scripted reality television. For the past two years, he's been post supervising on television shows such as "Runaway Squad" for A&E, and "food(ography)'' and "Drink Up!" for The Cooking Channel. Prior to that, Brian post coordinated on "Steven Seagal: Lawman" for A&E and two feature documentaries for Participant Media: "Man From Plains" directed by Jonathan Demme, and "Pressure Cooker" co-directed by Jennifer Grausman and Mark Becker.
Simon Egleton has worked as a Producer, Line Producer, Unit Production Manager, Associate Producer, Technical Consultant and Post-Production Supervisor for the past 23 years. His work experience ranges across feature length documentary films, television specials for NBC, CBS, PBS, FOX, and AMC, television series for HBO, live multi-camera concert DVDs, projected film and video installations for museums and live theatrical settings. Recent projects of note include: three seasons of "The Wire," a critically-acclaimed dramatic television series for HBO, and "My Architect," a feature length documentary about the life and work of Philadelphia architect Louis Kahn. The film was nominated for an Academy Award in 2004 and won the Directors' Guild of America's Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary in 2004.
Generously Sponsored By PostWorks NY
"Scheduling" - Saturday, March 12th, 9:30am - 12:30pm
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