2016 Festival Forum: Filmmaking Panels Weekend 1

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All panels are $10 / $5 for SIFF members. Visit http://bit.ly/siffforums for expanded descriptions and panelists announcements.

Saturday, May 21
Getting It Done: Taking Documentaries from Seed to Completion
12:30pm - 1:30pm
SIFF 2016 documentary filmmakers ring in on their challenges and successes as they took their films from a moment of creative inspiration to presenting it on the big screen.

Saturday, May 21
Masterclass with James Schamus
2:00pm - 3:00pm
James Schamus shares his knowledge of the film industry as a producer, studio head, sales agent, and now, director.

Saturday, May 21
Producing: Balancing Art and Commerce
3:30pm - 4:30pm
A panel of feature film producers examine the challenge of creating artistic content while satisfying the commerce required in the film industry.

Sunday, May 22
Scoring the New Storytelling Frontier
12:00pm - 1:30pm
A panel of film composers explore the changing face of composing for the variety of new storytelling platforms.

Music and Sound for film have undergone huge developments, influenced by Video Games, Mobile Platforms, and now Virtual Reality. Join composers Penka Kouneva (Gears of War 3, Transformers), Hummie Mann (Robin Hood Men in Tights), and sound designer Andy Martin (inFAMOUS) as they tackle sound and music possibilities for these new cinematic experiences.

Sunday, May 22
Light the Set Up: Cinematography Panel
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Women in Film Seattle presents an illuminating panel of professionals representing the variety of jobs on a cinematography crew.

A cinematographer’s job and goal is to create the images that evoke emotion and provoke thought. Composition, angles, movement, and lighting all work to help craft the story. Hand in hand with the director, the cinematographer works to strengthen the plot.
Lighting the set has always played an important role in telling the story and still does, yet are we transitioning from wanting and needing to artificially light “the set,” to using available light, or at least a very light touch?
Cinematographers discuss the psychology of creating images and manipulating resources to paint a picture on screen.
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