Don't miss RedShark Connect in Burbank, LA, February 28, 6:30 - 9:30pm: Last few free tickets available!

Written by David Shapton

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Just a reminder: This is your last chance to sign up! Are you in LA on Thursday Feb 28th? Do you like cutting edge film technology? Want to mix with experts and have them answer your questions? We're modestly describing our Redshark Connect event as "possibly the best ever". And that's before we even mention the free Mexican food and beverages

We've been running RedShark Connect events for over a year now and they only downside has been that there aren't more of them. But there's good news here: there will be. We'll announce our plans soon, but, meanwhile, our next event is in Burbank on 28th Feb.

The theme is "High Definition Hollywood: Future technology for filmmakers today". The idea is to look into the future while keeping a firm grip on what's available today. What happens in the future matters, and we want to help you figure out how to get there, with a complete, working 8K production workflow, and all the expertise you could possibly want on hand to help you with it.

Fluent in 4K?

Still shooting HD? You're very welcome. Fluent in 4K? We can help you figure out what's next. Maybe we can answer your questions, like "does shooting in 4K for HD or 8K for 4K really give you better images?

So, our workflow in Burbank will showcase a complete filmmaking workflow, from capturing and recording 4K and 8K video on a live set, to storing and editing your footage, to collaborating with your creative partners.

There's simply no nicer place to meet your peers and our partners, who are all experts in high resolution video.

Our Technology Partners at RedShark Connect Burbank are:

RED Digital Cinema, Sigma, G-Technology, SmallHD, Teradek, Apple's Final Cut Pro, Frame.io and Aputure.

And we're hosting it at Creative Solutions LA in Burbank. (Thanks to CSLA for letting us host this and for all their incredible help in setting it all up!).

Expert panel

Brand new for RedShark Connect LA, we’ll be hosting a panel of some of today’s most forward-thinking filmmakers and technologists to discuss the future of filmmaking and what you need to know today. Moderated by RedShark News editor-in-chief Dave Shapton, confirmed panellists include:

Michael Cioni, Panavision
Philip Holland, Director and Cinematographer
Sandra Valde, Cinematographer
Dan Duran, RED


Why Come to RedShark Connect?

You'll learn some new techniques, discover new kit and technology and meet interesting new creative friends and colleagues. It's an ideal place to network and maybe even plan new projects together...

There will be food, soft drinks and wine/ beer to keep your energy levels up. Best of all, it's all completely free.

Valet parking will be available onsite, full details will be sent once you RSVP.

Click on this link to take you to the Eventbrite page to sign up for RedShark Connect. (Eventbrite sometimes goes down. If you get an error when you click through, please do come back later. It's not usually offline for long. Thanks!)

Places are very limited and are going fast. We have a strict limit on attendance, so please sign up as soon as you can.

And if you can't make it to this one - we might be in your neighbourhood soon. More details to follow about other RedShark Connect events.

About RedShark Connect

RedShark Connect is a series of intimate, pop-up events in global creative hubs designed to connect filmmakers with moving image tech companies working together to create real world examples of best-in-class production and post workflows. Please note that by RSVP'ing to this event you agree to having your email address shared with the event hosts. However you are free to unsubscribe by informing us at check in or at a later date by email.

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