Professional Development Seminars & Workshops
“Transitioning from film to digital in the large format cinema world” with James Neihouse ASC
- Presented by:
- James Neihouse
- Professional Development Seminars & Workshops
- June 07, 2016
- Doors open 6:30 pm; program begins 7:15 pm
- Free. Advanced registration required; space is limited
- Canon Hollywood Professional Technology & Support Center
6060 Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, California 90028
James Neihouse is an award winning cinematographer who specializes in large format (IMAX) films. He is best known for his work with the IMAX space team that has produced seven IMAX films in cooperation with NASA. Apart from serving as the space film's director of photography, he also trains the astronauts to shoot IMAX in space. Neihouse was director of photography on 'The Eruption of Mount St Helen's', the first IMAX film to be nominated for an Academy Award. His resume also includes films about NASCAR, Michael Jordan, Jane Goodall, and The Rolling Stones.
When he's not shooting a film, Neihouse teaches filmmaking at Full Sail University, in Orlando, FL. Neihouse is a member of the American Society of Cinematographers, the Academy on Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, International Camera Guild - Local 600, Digital Cinema Society, and the Giant Screen Cinema Association.
James will speak about “Transitioning from film to digital in the large format cinema world”, He will discuss how and why Canon played a major role in the making of the latest IMAX space film, 'A Beautiful Planet'.
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