BOSCPUG // A Conversation with Matt Feury of Avid and Guillaume Aubuchon of DFT Tuesday, 11/18/2014

Post Workflow on Spike Jonze’s ‘HER’ & What’s Next with Avid Media Composer featuring Matt Feury of Avid and Guillaume Aubuchon of DigitalFilm Tree

Join us Tuesday, November 18th for the next not to be missed BOSCPUG – with post networking + refreshments (pizza and drinks) following at SALVATORE’S!

Get out to meet & mingle with fellow filmmakers in the Bright Family Screening Room at The Paramount Center at Emerson College – Enjoy a great night of networking, engaging screenings & conversation – swap stories and business cards, discover talent and crew for your next project – and interact with members of Boston’s Production and Post community.

Then, join us for an industry reception featuring Refreshments + Networking next door at SALVATORE’SGrab a seat now!


Matt Feury of Avid in conversation with the editors and assistant editors of ‘STAR WARS: EPISODE 7′ at IBC

We are thrilled to have with us Matt Feury of Avid, who will give a sneak preview of the highly anticipated upcoming update to Media Composer! This new update features; 2K/4K/UHD project types, native 4K editing and monitoring, 4K mastering and enhanced LUT and CDL capabilities.

And joining Matt in conversation on editing with Avid is Guillaume Aubuchon of DigitalFilm Tree, who will talk about the workflows he’s designed for shows like NCIS: Los Angeles and Turner’s upcoming show, “Unreal”. He’ll also discuss DFT’s role in Spike Jonze’s, ‘HER‘ and demonstrate how Avid’s browser-based Media Central | UX makes it easy for his clients to remotely edit, review and approve their projects.

DigitalFilm Tree were the brains behind getting Final Cut Pro to work for ‘COLD MOUNTAIN,’ “Scrubs” and “Nip Tuck” and it’s a joy to have the opportunity to spend an evening in good conversation with both Matt and Guillaume.

BRING YOUR QUESTIONS! This is a rare opportunity to connect with Avid

Biggest trends in the industry right now are cloud computing and 4K editorial.
· While 4K mastering and distribution is slowly on the rise, high-res acquisition has already taken over as the norm for source material.
· DigitalFilm Tree has been out in front of both. Providing 4K solutions for clients before any industry leaders were ready to trumpet their 4K offerings for editorial
· DFT has also been a pioneer in cloud computing, with Guillaume developing remote editorial workflows for films and tv shows, using Avid’s Interplay Production tools in conjunction with open source storage and computing solutions.
· At IBC, Avid rolled out Resolution Independence, an end-to-end workflow for high-res editorial that allows content creators make the move to 4K without having to sacrifice performance or collaboration, all while leveraging their existing storage, computing and network infrastructure

Tuesday, November 18, 2014 || Bright Family 2K Screening Room, The Paramount Center, Emerson College • 559 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111