By kind permission of the the guys who run the SuperMeets, we present the entire presentation lineup from the recent Boston event. DaVinci Resolve, Canon EOS, Autodesk Smoke, Avid Media Composer 6 and the editor of Black Swan are all on the billing.
What's the next best thing to going to a SuperMeet? Watching all the presentations online of course, although you won't be able to take part in the world famous raffle!
The organiser of the recent Boston SuperMeet has kindly sent us all the links to the videos for us to embed. If you haven't seen the headliner of the night then check out Mr Murch's presentation.
All recorded live during the Second Annual Boston SuperMeet on Thursday, October 27, 2011 at the Stuart Street Playhouse, Radisson Hotel Boston.
OK, get yourself a large cup of coffee as here we go...
Interoperability & Flashy Looks in DaVinci Resolve 8.1
Canon EOS DSLR Filmmaking and Canon EOS-1D X
Autodesk SMOKE on the Road with Marc-Andre Ferguson
Avid Media Composer 6 Sneak Preview with Corey Tedrow
AVID: ANDREW WEISBLUM, A.C.E. and Editing of BLACK SWAN
AVID invites special guest ANDREW WEISBLUM, A.C.E. on stage at the Boston SuperMeet to share his editorial workflow on BLACK SWAN. Weisblum was also editor on THE WRESTLER, and supervising editor on FANTASTIC MR. FOX, among other credits.
Weisblum was an additional editor on Nora Ephron’s BEWITCHED as well as John Waters' A DIRTY SHAME.· He served as the Visual Effects Editor on Aronofsky’s THE FOUNTAIN and Rob Marshall’s CHICAGO, which earned Academy Awards® for Best Editing and Best Picture, as well as the 2003 Eddie Award for Best Edited Musical/Comedy.· He also cut the independent films UNDERMIND and CONEY ISLAND BABY.
As an assistant editor for more than a decade, Weisblum worked on a wide variety of films ranging from independent features, including John Waters' CECIL B. DEMENTED and Allison Anders' GRACE OF MY HEART, to larger scale productions such as Brian De Palma's SNAKE EYES and FEMME FATALE, and Richard Linklater's SCHOOL OF ROCK.
And of course if we are saying 'entire' in the headline we ought to include Walter Murch although we know you've already watched the video!