LA – The Business, Science, and Art of Film and TV Restoration and Preservation
Will your favorite movie or TV show be available to your children or grandchildren?
Preservation and restoration are complicated and challenging issues. What should be saved? How should it be preserved? Who pays? How will future generations access media content from today and the past 100 years?
It would be impossible to cover every aspect of this topic in one evening. However, we have invited some of Hollywood’s best and brightest preservation specialists to describe what they and their companies are doing to protect valuable content…and what we can do to help.
This special event is a co-production of the Visual Effects Society Los Angeles Section and The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers Hollywood Section. Dick May, Anthony Magliocco of Entertainment and Media Technology and Linda Rosner of Artisans PR invite you to join us on July 17th at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Theater in Hollywood.
DATE: July 17, 2018
Time: 6:30 PM Reception, program starts at 7:15 PM
Location: Linwood Dunn Theater of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 1313 Vine Street Hollywood, CA
Planned Presenters include:
Jan-Christopher Horak – Director at the UCLA Film and Television Archive
Grover Crisp – EVP Asset Management, Film Restoration & Digital Mastering at Sony Pictures Entertainment
Andrew Oran – VP Large Format Restoration – Fotokem
Larry Chernoff – CEO – MTI Film
Theo Gluck – Dir: Library Restoration and Preservation at The Walt Disney Studios
Sheri Eisenberg – Senior Colorist Roundabout Entertainment, Inc.
This is a free event. The entrance to the theater is in the rear where you will find free parking.
All industry members are invited to attend.