Long-time friend David Leitner has been named a SMPTE Fellow. David wrote for NYCPPNEWS in the past, but most know him from his work as a director/cinematographer. He has unique know-how in the history of cinema that he somehow translates into working solutions for digital cinema.
On WNYC radio this past Thursday, October 29th, host Leonard Lopate’s guest Monona Rossol offered very relevant – and often eye-opening – safety information for anyone who steps on a location or stage set when working in film and television production. Accidents on film and TV sets happen all the time. Rossol points out how […]
You’ve probably heard of William Goldenberg ACE, the editor. Okay, maybe not. Like many of the best in the business, he’s not someone who throws around his Hollywood credentials. But you’ve seen or read coverage of the top directors whose films he’s edited – John Hughes (‘The Breakfast Club’), Michael Mann (‘Heat’), Ben Affleck (‘Argo’ […]
Today the New York indie production community gets some top level backing with the announcement that the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria will be adding Sony Pictures Classics Co-President and Co-Founder Michael Barker as co-chair of the museum’s board of trustees. Barker comes in to his position sharing board responsibilities with Ivan Lustig. […]
Author and teacher Bobbie O’Steen shares her insight into smart editing at Manhattan Edit Workshop’s new class starting January 7th. Bobbie O’Steen has authored a couple of acclaimed books on editing – Cut to the Chase and The Invisible Cut. That’s nice. But what’s better is to step up your editing game by attending at her very […]