G-Technology will hold two workshops at ÉCU that will challenge the way filmmakers think about their entire workflow process.
The workshops will demonstrate how G-Technology is working, in partnership with other world-leading capture and post-production brands, to help elevate the quality of film production by reducing costs, speeding up production and giving filmmakers more time to spend on their creative process. Content will include tips on shooting on RED and how to manage this footage most effectively with external storage and software configurations.
The workshops will feature the real life case scenario of ÉCU shortlisted filmmaker, Preston Reed, sharing the workflow set-up he recently used in the making of the low budget production Traveling Salesman, which employed both RED camera capture and G-Technology drives.
If you pre-register to attend the workshop, you will have the chance to walk away with your very own personal film product assistant. The latest product launched by G-Technology – G-DRIVE mobile – is perfect for storing all your stills, music, documents and graphic files in a Mac-styled, pocket-sized design.
The hour-long workshops will be held at 2pm on both Saturday, March 13 and Sunday, March 14, at the Cinema Le Grand (La Salle Club). Secure your place at the workshops by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.