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PNYA “Post Break” to Examine the Future of Remote Post


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Free video conference slated for Thursday, May 26 at 4:00pm EDT

NEW YORK CITY— During the pandemic, many post-production professionals shifted to remote work, often applying novel workflow technologies to remain productive. In the next edition of Post Break, the free webinar series from Post New York Alliance (PNYA), a panel of industry veterans will compare the benefits of remote and in-person work for post-production.

Warner Bros. Director of Post Production Barry Gliner, Lost Creek Creative Owner/Producer/Editor/ Director Mike Noble and BREAK+ENTER VFX Supervisor David Reynolds will offer their views on whether remote work is a fad or if it’s here to stay and able to co-exist with in-person work. They will also touch on how remote work might affect the future of the film and television industry generally.

The panel will also discuss:

  • What can we take away from the pandemic years that will improve working conditions in post-production?
  • What doors have been opened through of the proliferation of post professionals working remotely?
  • What technical hurdles have been overcome to accommodate remote work while maintaining quality standards?

The session is scheduled for Thursday, May 26 at 4:00 PM EDT. Register here.

Speakers

Barry Gliner, Director of Post Production, Warner Bros. Discovery, New York City, joined Warner Bros. in 2003. He began his career in post-production in 1984 as a video editor. He has edited programs, commercials, promos, trailers, music videos, documentaries, corporate and web video productions for NBC, CBS, ABC, PBS, USA and many others. Gliner has received multiple industry awards and nominations for video editing including a National News and Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement In A Craft: Film Editors for the JFK documentary Jack, which aired on CBS in 1993.

Mike Noble, Owner/Producer/Editor/Director, Lost Creek Creative, LLC, leads a creative hub that provides content and services to Discovery Channel, Science Channel, Animal Planet, Syfy Channel, USA Network, TV One, History Channel, Lifetime and more.  He began his career in Washington, DC as a documentary film editor and associate producer with credits including Tesla: Master of Lightning and Korean War Stories with Walter Cronkite. At Discovery Communications, he was supervising editor for numerous series. He also served as supervisor of Discovery’s Production Center.

David W. Reynolds, VFX Supervisor, BREAK+ENTER, is an Emmy Award-winning visual effects supervisor. A 20-year industry veteran, Reynolds brings top-level experience across features, television and advertising, including such notable projects as Jessica Jones, The Tick, Joker, The Get Down and Boardwalk Empire. Reynolds oversees film and television visual effects from inception through delivery, supervises teams of artists and provides on-set visual effects supervision.

Moderator

Eli Lederberg, Post Production Coordinator, is a graduate of Parsons School of Design. While still a student, he served as an intern with several New York City post production companies, including A24 and MATTE Projects. His past projects include the Apple TV+ series Severance and Amazon Prime’s Outer Range. He is currently working on the upcoming Showtime series Let The Right One In.

When:  Thursday, May 26, 2021, 4:00 PM EDT

Title:  Is Remote Post Here to Stay?

REGISTER HERE

Sound recordings of past Post Break sessions are available here: www.postnewyork.org/page/PNYAPodcasts

 

Past Post Break sessions in video blog format are available here: www.postnewyork.org/blogpost/1859636/Post-Break

About Post New York Alliance (PNYA)

The Post New York Alliance (PNYA) is an association of film and television post-production facilities, labor unions and post professionals operating in New York State.  The PNYA’s objective is to create jobs by: 1) extending and improving the New York State Tax Incentive Program; 2) advancing the services the New York Post Production industry provides; and 3) creating avenues for a diverse talent pool to enter into The Industry.


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