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JVC HOSTING 'HD HOUSE' AT SUNDANCE

January 16, 2007
JVC HOSTING 'HD HOUSE' AT SUNDANCE

JVC will conduct demonstrations of its new GY-HD250U and GY-HD200U ProHD camcorders, outfitted with film lenses using its new HZ-CA13U 16mm film lens adapter. The company will also demonstrate various complementary products, including its new DT-V24L1DU flat panel studio monitor.

Director/producer/writer and ProHD camera user Robert Lynn will be on hand to preview his independent horror/thriller, Havoc. Lynn previously used a ProHD camera to shoot Adrenaline, a feature-length action/drama that was produced in one uninterrupted take using just one camera.

In addition to the JVC team, experts on Apple's Final Cut Studio will be on site to offer technical advice and information for cinematographers and editors.

HD House will be set up at 545C Main Street. Conference highlights will include:

Friday 1/19, 3 pm: Cinematography Canteen

Friday 1/19, 4 pm: HD and HDV -- What You Have to Know, presented by FilmmakerDouglas Spotted Eagle and VASST

Friday 1/19, 5 pm: HD Specs, Flavors, Options and Output, presented by Filmmaker Douglas Spotted Eagle and VASST

Saturday 1/20, 12 pm: High Definition Options for the Independent Filmmaker, presented by Mike Curtis, HDforIndies.com

Saturday 1/20, 2 pm: The Workable Final Cut Studio Workflow

Saturday 1/20, 3 pm: New Tools for Digital Cinematography, Today and Tomorrow, with technology previews from JVC, Fujinon, Red Digital Cinema, Sony, Red Rock Micro and Iconix

Saturday 1/20, 6 pm: Screening of Havoc, the new HD feature from Director Robert Lynn

Sunday 1/21, 12 pm: High Definition Options for the Independent Filmmaker, presented by Mike Curtis, HDforIndies.com

Monday 1/22, 4 pm: Digital Intermediates for Independent Filmmakers, with Cinematographers Nancy Schreiber, ASC (The Nines) and Amy Vincent (Black Snake Moan)


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