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BOSCPUG Visual Storytellers Featuring Kanen Flowers (HERO PUNK) and Steve Audette (Adobe Story)
Thursday, March 21, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT)
INCLUDES After BOSCPUG Social Hour at SALVATORE'S
EASY VALIDATED PARKING:
(Validated $10 Flat Rate Parking - at LAFAYETTE GARAGE, across street from Salvatore's and inside the HYATT REGENCY BOSTON at One Avenue de Lafayette)
Producers, Editors, Visual Storytellers: Get out of your production offices and editing suites to network, swap stories and business cards and interact with members of Boston's Production and Post community.
Whether you're an Adobe, Avid or Final Cut Pro based digital filmmaker, this is one networking workflow mixer you'll not want to miss to learn some new tips & tricks for your production and post workflow and to interact with with our featured guests!
Kanen will also share his soon-to-be-announced content distribution network; which allows filmmakers to connect with post professionals and gives everyone an opportunity to make money while creating content that will have sponsors, advertisers and a distribution network.
This presentation promises to be highly interactive, fun and entertaining. Kanen may or may not have a green mohawk.
Kanen is the Creative Director (and troublemaker) behind Scruffy.TV, which includes That Post Show, Scruffy Thinking, Scruffy Shows and HERO PUNK. He is also the Writer and Director of Jake Forgotten. You can follow him on Twitter, and check out his latest: The Dark Knight Descends.
Join Steve for an engaging "Part One" conversation on how Steve has been using Adobe Story since first released as the scriptwriting program on Steve's feature documentary. Steve will show you how he uses it and introduce you to this amazing software.
Steve Audette has been making documentaries for nearly 20 years. With now close to 50 documentary credits, Audette's work has contributed to many Emmy Award-winning documentaries, as well as Peabody and DuPont Columbia Award-winning programs. In 2008 Steve was nominated for an Eddie Award from American Cinema Editors (A.C.E.), in the category of Best Documentary Editor for the Frontline documentary called Bush’s War. The film also went on to win a News and Documentary Emmy. In the fall of 2011 Steve finished cutting three episodes of the special NOVA series Fabric of the Cosmos. In 2012 he has edited four hours on politics for the PBS pubic affairs series FRONTLINE. Steve is currently Senior Documentary Editor for Frontline.
In 2010 Steve expanded his production credits beyond editor to include producer, writer and director. The film short, Nico's Challenge, was the first documentary out of Audette's company, Mezzotint Films LLC. Audette says: "The story of Nico Calabria's climb was in the local paper. I called the family and asked if they shot any footage? The next day I'm screening the dailies and I knew I had a great story and a great little film." Nico's Challenge has garnered wide acclaim in both national and international film festivals. Including a screening at Cannes.
In 2012 Steve produced, wrote, directed and edited a feature-length documentary for Mezzotint Films. Titled The Conviction of Officer Winfield, it is a poignantly disturbing family portrait of how, in an effort to protect children, the medical and legal establishment unleashed a tsunami of investigations, and in their wake, families on both sides try to pick up the pieces. this documentary holds a glimpse of our own vulnerabilities, and shows the horror and ease with which our own lives can get caught-up in the chaos of child terror. This program is scheduled to air on FRONTLINE in the fall of 2013.
For a full list of Credits please visit IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0999539/
The Bright Family 2K Screening Room
BOSCPUG is proud to work with Emerson Visual and Media Arts to offer an evening of production and post-production conversation in the intimate and state of the art Bright Family 2K Screening Room at The Paramount Center at Emerson College.
Named for the family of Kevin Bright '76, the Bright Family Screening Room seats approximately 200 people. It features the latest film and 2K digital video projection including 35mm. The dramatic double-height Gallery and Lobby connects to the Paramount Mainstage.
BOSCPUG Courteously Sponsored by
TIMES: 7PM-9:30PM (doors open at 6:30PM)**
**Meeting begins PROMPTLY at 7PM!
Bright Family 2K Screening Room
The Paramount Center
559 Washington St
Boston, MA 02111
Enter the main entrance to The Paramount Center at 559 Washington Street. Go up the elevators to the left and to the 4th floor. There will be front of house staff to greet you at the Bright Family Screening Room.
Venue Box Office: 617-824-8400
SPECIAL VALIDATED $10 FLAT RATE PARKING:
*SALVATORE'S (545 Washington Street, directly between The Paramount Center and The Boston Opera House) offers validated discount parking for a $10 flat rate between 4pm-5am at LAFAYETTE GARAGE, across the street from the restaurant and inside the Hyatt Regency Boston, One Avenue de Lafayette, Boston) - stop by before BOSCPUG at Salvatore's for a bite to eat or coffee/drink!
Emerson also recommends to park in the Millennium Place Garage at The Ritz-Carlton Boston Common, 47 Boylston Street (617-574-7252). Note this parking is not vaildated!
- Orange Line: Take the Chinatown Exit
- Red Line: Take the Park Street Exit
- Green Line: Take the Boylston Street exit
MBTA info: http://mbta.com/schedules_and_maps/rail/
Special thank you to the Department of Visual & Media Arts at Emerson College for hosting our Fall BOSCPUG Meets.
Questions? Email Dan Bérubé at dberube at bosfcpug.org
The Boston Creative Pro User Group is a story driven community of globally connected collaborative digital filmmakers and broadcast professionals focusing on the craft of visual storytelling not only to show How but to share Aesthetics and related tools for digital cinema and distribution. BOSCPUG will continue to build upon the success of the Boston Final Cut Pro User Group, retaining "BOSFCPUG" while evermore focusing on all NLEs on Mac, PC and mobile platforms and on the exciting growth and future of Visual Storytelling.
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ABOUT BOSTON CREATIVE PRO USER GROUP - BOSCPUG
The Boston Creative Pro User Group (BOSCPUG) is a story driven community of globally connected collaborative digital filmmakers and broadcast professionals focusing on the craft of visual storytelling not only to show How in filmmaking but to share Aesthetics and related tools for digital cinema and distribution.
Connect with the BOSCPUG at: http://www.boscpug.org
Email: Daniel Bérubé
ABOUT BOSTON AVID USER GROUP - BAVUG
The Boston Avid User Group (BAVUG) is a community of Avid professionals, students and enthusiasts from the New England area who meet monthly to share positive experiences and concerns to learn new skills relating to Avid solutions and related technology.
Connect with the BAVUG at: http://www.bavug.org
Email: Kenton Van Natten