The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, the organization that is defining the future of storytelling, will host its annual technical conference and exhibition on November 10-12 as an interactive and immersive remote experience with a rich array of learning and networking opportunities. Within this highly customizable online format, SMPTE 2020 will provide what it says will be unparalleled opportunities for attendees to explore the variety of new technologies and business models shaping the future of media and entertainment. The theme for this year's event is Game On, with one full day focused on the convergence of esports/gaming and media technology and the unique requirements of the thriving eSports industry.
Emmy nominated filmmaker Pamela B. Green will be the featured speaker at the annual Women in Technology Luncheon on October 21, presented by HPA Women in Post and SMPTE. The popular gathering takes place October 21-24 during the SMPTE 2019 Conference at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Green’s feature documentary Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché tells the moving and groundbreaking story of the first female filmmaker. During the luncheon, Green will be in conversation with Loren Nielsen, co-chair of the HPA Women in Post Committee.
Submissions for proposals of technical papers is open for the Society Motion Picture and Television Engineers 2019 Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition October 21-26, at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites in Los Angeles. Abstracts must be submitted online no later than April 30.
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers 2016 Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition held last month in Hollywood, California, drew nearly 2,500 registered attendees for an event that featured 72 expert presentations and more than 108 exhibitors spread across two exhibit halls.
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers and the Hollywood Professional Association have announced the winners of the second annual SMPTE-HPA Student Film Festival.
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers has announced the keynote speakers for its annual technical conference and exhibition in Hollywood, California later this month.
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers and the Hollywood Professional Association today announced the Official Selections for the 2016 SMPTE-HPA Student Film Festival. Jurors curated the selected shorts from a record number of more than 250 submissions from more than 46 countries.
Award-winning actor John O'Hurley, best known for playing J. Peterman on Seinfeld, will be the evening's host as the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers celebrates its 100 years of leadership in motion-imaging innovation and creativity. The event will be held October 28 in Hollywood, California, at the Ray Dolby Ballroom.