Red Giant Joins Forces With Adobe and Online Filmmakers for NAB 2015 Creative Master Series Panel
Online filmmaking superstars from Red Giant Films, Triune Films and Corridor Digital team up at the NAB Show for “Breaking the Hollywood Mold,” moderated by Adobe’s Dave Werner
Portland, OR – April 8, 2015 – At the 2015 NAB Show, Red Giant will be teaming up with Adobe and some of today’s most popular online filmmakers for a panel session on the Creative Master Series conference track. “Breaking the Hollywood Mold: Finding Success on YouTube and Beyond” will feature Seth Worley, director and writer for Red Giant Films; Ryan Connolly, filmmaker and owner of Triune Films and Film Riot; and Sam Gorski and Niko Pueringer, co-founders of and filmmakers at Corridor Digital. The panel will be moderated by senior experience design lead at Adobe, Dave Werner.
About the panel
As more and more content is bypassing the traditional Hollywood filmmaking and distribution process and moving online, the defined roles in filmmaking have blurred. Join the brightest superstars of the online landscape as they discuss what it takes to produce, direct and edit high-production, thought-provoking content that attracts millions of viewers.
“Breaking the Hollywood Mold: Finding Success on YouTube and Beyond” will take place on Wednesday, April 15th (11:45am – 12:45pm) during the NAB Show in room S220. Add the panel to your myNAB Show scheduler now.
Featured panelists include:
- Seth Worley, Red Giant Films: Seth Worley is the resident filmmaker at Red Giant and the director and writer of short films, branded content and commercials for clients like JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions, Leo Burnett and more. His short films – which include the Webby Award-winning “Plot Device,” “Old/New” (narrated by comedian Patton Oswalt), and more – have been featured in Forbes, USA Today, The Hollywood Reporter, Fast Company, Slate, io9, SlashFilm, Mashable and more.
- Sam Gorski and Niko Pueringer, Corridor Digital: Corridor Digital is a small production studio based in Los Angeles, CA, co-founded and formed in 2009 by Sam Gorski and Niko Pueringer. Corridor specializes in action, sci-fi, comedy, and music related content with an emphasis on cutting edge visual effects and professional video production quality.
- Ryan Connolly, Triune Films / Film Riot: Ryan is the founder of Film Riot, an online show where he shares how-to filmmaking tips and gets feedback on his work. His renegade style has earned him a loyal online following of over half a million, while his film company, Triune Films, continues to produce weekly online video content like Film Riot and Variant as well as short films, such as the successful “TELL,” “LOSSES,” “PROXiMITY” and his most recent, “U.F.Oh Yeah.”
The online filmmaking panel will be moderated by Adobe’s Dave Werner, whose work, including the award-winning Okaydave portfolio and TechCrunch50 finalist Atmosphir, has been featured on Wired, Entertainment Weekly, Gawker, and HOW Design. Dave’s YouTube videos have garnered millions of views, such as his Extraneous Lyrics series and unique cover versions of pop songs.
Win Magic Bullet Suite and Shooter Suite!
Three lucky session attendees will walk away with a fantastic filmmaker’s software package from Red Giant ($1,100 value). Winners will take home Red Giant Magic Bullet Suite, which puts color correction, finishing and film looks in the hands of filmmakers, and Red Giant Shooter Suite, which gives filmmakers the tools to backup, clean up, a/v sync, and up-convert their footage.
To be eligible to win, simply attend the panel and join the online conversation while it’s in motion – tweet your favorite moments as they are happening and interact in real time with fellow attendees. Be sure to tweet at @RedGiantNews and @NABShow using the official show hashtag, #NABShow!
About Red Giant
Red Giant is a software company made up of talented artists and technologists who collaborate to create unique tools for filmmakers, editors, VFX artists, and motion designers. Our company culture is focused on finding balance between work and life – we call it “the double bottom line” – this philosophy helps us ignore complexity in favor of building simple tools that yield giant results. Over the last decade, our products (like Magic Bullet and Trapcode) have become the standard in film and broadcast post-production – With over 200,000 users, it’s nearly impossible to watch 20 minutes of TV without seeing our software in use. From our experiences as artists and filmmakers, we aspire not only to provide tools for artists, but inspiration as well. Watch our films, learn from over 200 free tutorials, or try our software at www.redgiant.com.