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Strategies in Filmmaking: Michael Cioni’s “Golden Nuggets of Filmmaking” Part 5

written by Shane Hurlbut, ASC

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Michael Cioni
President & CEO, Light Iron

These are the final three pieces of Michael Cioni’s presentation at Revolution Cinema Rentals, the “epic conclusion” if you will! Michael offers incredible insight into the evolution of the film landscape, diving into valuable areas of both technical and philosophical perspectives on filmmaking. Michael has made a lasting impact on the film world over the years and will continue to do so in the future, especially when Light Iron was purchased by Panavision in early December of 2014.

#9. Stick with the Native

“The right NLE can make work flow”

#9.1 Flowcharts

“Give your map to your entire team”

#10 Shoot a Movie. Not a TV Show

“Is that what you call a closeup?”

Reminder for Attendees

For those who attended, don’t forget to contact Michael if you are interested in a trial period of the Live Play 3 system. This is a special offer from Light Iron for those who attended the actual event on May 9.

 

Special Thanks

We want to especially thank Michael for giving us his time in putting together a fascinating, fun and relevant presentation. Thank you to all of our participating sponsors for the event who took the time to bring equipment and materials about their brands and products to show them to the attendees.

For the previous videos in Michael’s presentation go here:
Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

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Bruce Douglas August 7, 2015 at 7:17 PM

I appreciated Michael’s views but disagree on the last one about the closeup. The closeup has been way overused in TV and by directors used to directing for the small screen. The closeup is too powerful to use frequently, it should be saved and used for impact in special moments.

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