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Marc Loftus

Marc Loftus is the Senior Editor and Director of Web Content for Post Magazine. He has been with the monthly publication since 1992, reporting on new technologies and creative techniques relating to film, television and commercial post production. In that time, he has witnessed the transition from linear to nonlinear, analog to digital, stereo to surround, SD to HD, tape-based to file-based, and 2D to 3D. Marc is a graduate of The New York Institute of Technology.



mloftus@postmagazine.com
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AES IN SAN FRANCISCO
Published: October 28, 2008

The 125th AES Convention took place in San Francisco last month, bringing together over 400 exhibitors and studio pros looking for the latest in audio gear. The organization (www.aes.org) reported an attendance figure of just under 18,000 for the four-day event, and despite the economy taking a beating early in the month, incoming AES president Jim Anderson saw the show as a success.
DARK SHOOTS RED FOR DOLBY DEMO
Published: October 27, 2008

LOS ANGELES - Filmmaker Randall Dark (www.randalldark.net) has spent the past two weeks shooting footage for an upcoming Dolby Labs presentation. When Post caught up with Dark, he was in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, shooting a timelapse sequence, and had already spent several days in both Dallas and Miami, shooting footage for the project. He was also planning a trip to Toronto to round out production.

EDIT THIS! - 'THE CONSCIENCE OF NHEM EN'
Published: September 30, 2008

Filmmaker Steven Okazaki takes on the roles of producer, editor and narrator for this upcoming HBO documentary.

HARD WORK AND COMPETITION
Published: September 30, 2008

We’ve often heard about climbing the corporate ladder, and in the post industry a great example of a person who’s achieved success through hard work is Bionic’s new managing director, Megan Sweeten. Sweeten got her start at Creative Bubble — initially serving as its receptionist — eight years ago, and over time and through much hard work, became the New York post house’s managing director.
MOBILE...AND GAMING
Published: September 2, 2008

The annual SIGGRAPH show offers a great opportunity to check out the latest developments in the animation industry. Whether you are interested in software or hardware, or are just an artist just looking for inspiration, the show doesn't disappoint.

ANIMATION: 'THE WONDER PETS!'
Published: August 4, 2008

Little Airplane Productions uses teamwork to produce Nick Jr.'s popular Wonder Pets series.


CREATING A PITCH BIBLE
Published: August 4, 2008

While many post pros spend their day providing creative services to outside clients, we’ll often hear about “the side project” they’re working on, based on an original idea or collaboration they’re involved in, all with the goal of creating original content.

HIGHER LEARNING: VIDEO SYMPHONY
Published: August 4, 2008

BURBANK - Ask Video Symphony president Mike Flanagan how his school differs from other educational institutions that offer training, and he’ll tell you it’s the “post production focus” that sets it apart. Video Symphony opened in 1994, initially serving as an Avid authorized education center and corporate training company, but evolved into a career/vocational/technical college and now trains established industry professionals as well as those looking to break into the business.
MIXING DISCOVERY'S 'WHEN WE LEFT EARTH'
Published: June 26, 2008

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA — Sound engineer Cliff Jones recently completed mixing a six-episode documentary series for Discovery Channel that details the history of the US space program, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Produced by London's Dangerous Films (www.dangerousfilms.co.uk), When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions digs deep into NASA's vault, revealing never-before-seen footage that documents the successes and failures of the program over the years.
HIGHER LEARNING: INTERNSHIPS
Published: June 25, 2008

For those aspiring to break into the  industry, an internship can play an important role. It's also a way to see how a studio operates from the inside, as well as an opportunity to ask questions and learn from veteran talent. Many facilities are opening their doors to students, giving them hands-on experience that goes beyond what can be learned in a classroom. And those who show aptitude and desire are often rewarded with paid positions down the road, when openings become available.
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