SMPTE Hollywood will host senior technology executives from MovieLabs, Sony Pictures and Universal Pictures January 28 in a virtual panel discussion on their shared vision for the future of the film and television industry.
A nonprofit technology research lab working jointly with its member studios, MovieLabs projects a bold vision for entertainment media production over the coming decade under the theme MovieLabs 2030. It foresees sweeping changes in workflow, technology and processes based on a new cloud foundation, controlled security and access, and software-defined workflows.
At SMPTE Hollywood’s virtual meeting, MovieLabs CTO Jim Helman, Sony Pictures’ vice president of post-production, technology development Daniel De La Rosa, and Universal Pictures vice president of creative technologies Annie Chang will discuss this vision for the future, how it will come about, and its impact on production and post-production. They will also describe how COVID-19 has led to the accelerated adoption of some MovieLabs 2030 concepts. Greg Ciaccio, ASC motion imaging technology council workflow chair, will moderate.
The event will be hosted on Zoom and is scheduled for Thursday, January 28 at 7:00pm PST. The panel discussion will be followed by a question-and-answer session. It is free and open to all.
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