The judges for the Digital Cinema Report Twenty-Twenty list have been named. They are, in alphabetical order are Brock Bagby, Tom Bert, Cedric Lejeune, Loren Nielsen and Leon Silverman. More about the judges in a moment. But first, this November, Digital Cinema Report will celebrate its twentieth year in business. To mark the milestone, we want to highlight the top twenty most significant developments in motion picture business and technology over the past two decades.
The European Digital Cinema Forum offered its annual global seminar at IBC 2022, which wrapped up in Amsterdam last week. This year’s agenda included a general market overview and current industry topics such as cybersecurity, high dynamic range, the cinema ecosystem and its challenges, and audio quality in the cinema.
This November, Digital Cinema Report will celebrate its twentieth year in business. To mark the milestone, we want to know what you, our readers, believe were the top twenty most significant developments in motion picture business and technology over the past two decades. They can be a product, a technological innovation, a particularly important movie, or a trade association.
The Hollywood Professional Association has issued a call for proposals for the main program and breakfast roundtables for the 2023 HPA Tech Retreat. The event, which draws a full complement of innovative thinkers working at the intersection of artistry and technology, will take place February 20-23 at the Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Soa in Rancho Mirage, California.
The Television Academy has announced that Arri will receive the Philo T. Farnsworth Corporate Achievement Award for its more than a century of designing and manufacturing camera and lighting systems as well as its development of systemic technological solutions and service networks for a worldwide complex of film, broadcast, and media industries. The 74th Engineering, Science & Technology Emmy Awards ceremony will take place September 28 in Los Angeles.
Extended Reality manufacturer disguise will receive an Engineering, Science and Technology Emmay Award for its XR technology. The award winners will be honored on September 28 during a live ceremony.
ArsenalFX Color has announced that Joshua Baca, a co-founder, and partner in the company, is moving into a new role as chief technology officer. A 20-year industry pro, Baca has served ArsenalFX as a finishing editor and technologist since its founding in 2012.
DGene, a Silicon Valley and Shanghai-based developer of artificial intelligence technology, has launched operations in Los Angeles. The company is creating software and services that it says can leverage artificial intelligence and computer vision for entertainment content creation. According to the company, DGene offers proprietary solutions for virtual production, visual effects, digital restoration, volumetric and holographic capture, and the creation of virtual actors and digital influencers
Today, the Hollywood Professional Association Awards Committee announced the winners of the 2018 HPA Engineering Excellence Award. Winners were determined at a judging session held June 16. The awards will be presented November 15 at the 13th annual HPA Awards ceremony at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
Twenty-five years ago, when digital entertainment was nascent, filmmaker George Lucas and University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts Dean Elizabeth Daley envisioned the Entertainment Technology Center at USC to bridge the divide between technologists and filmmakers. Today, ETC@USC is celebrating a quarter century as Hollywood's premiere think tank and research center dedicated to emerging technology's impact on professional content. This evening, at its annual Studio Technology Leader's Dinner, ETC will commemorate its anniversary and honor Dean Daley with the Bob Lambert Technology Leadership Award.