CO-FINANCED BY: KUJAWSKO-POMORSKIE REGION, MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND NATIONAL HERITAGE FROM PROMOTION OF CULTURE FUND AND POLISH FILM INSTITUTE
ARRI AT EnergaCAMERIMAGE 2019
Saturday November 9th, 2019
Join ARRI seminars and workshop at the 27th edition of the EnergaCAMERIMAGE International Film Festival, and don't hesitate to visit their booth at EnergaCAMERIMAGE Market in CKK Jordanki!
TUESDAY, 12 NOV
CKK Jordanki - Seminar room
ARRI Academy Presents… Let’s get connected – Modern tools on set and in production
Connectivity is a major topic on film sets. With the wealth of tools and technology now available to filmmakers, the future challenge will most likely be how to connect it all optimally. Join us for this first-hand seminar and learn about the myriad options for greater camera synergy on set.
In this ARRI Academy seminar, in collaboration with ARRI partners, attendees will learn how to:
■ control your ARRI camera with a web browser
■ work with 3rd party apps that connect with ARRI cameras and see them in action
■ use and manipulate creative looks in the camera in real time
■ transport and preview your creative choices from location to editorial in SDR and HDR
■ exchange and collect valuable metadata by connecting the camera with script and continuity information tools
Senior Trainer & Consultant Digital Workflow solutions at ARRI, Florian Rettich, will lead this workshop and provide the audience with essential information and real life examples of modern tools on set.
WEDNESDAY, 13 NOV
CKK Jordanki - Seminar room
ARRI Academy Presents … A deep dive into ARRI’s Signature Prime lenses
From their warm, smooth skin tones to their soft bokeh and delicate flares, the ARRI Signature Prime lenses offer a unique, timeless look never seen before in cinema. ARRI Camera Lens Specialist and veteran director of photography, Art Adams, leads this seminar, providing the audience with a deeper knowledge of ARRI Signature Prime lenses while demonstrating their implementation with the new ALEXA mini LF and ALEXA LF cameras. Adams has worked as a director of photography for over two decades, focusing on commercials, branded content, visual effects, and much more. He also served as a technology consultant for companies including Sony, Canon, Element Labs, Sound Devices and more. He is a longtime contributor for publications such as ProVideo Coalition and DVInfo, in addition to authoring articles for American Cinematographer, Australian Cinematographer, Camera Operator Magazine, Film and Digital Times, and HD Video Pro.
In addition to the ARRI Signature Prime lenses, ARRI’s large-format camera family will also be used in the demonstrations. The aim of the workshop is to create the technical basis for a creative use of the new technologies. This workshop is aimed at experienced filmmakers as well as beginners who want to immerse themselves in the world of large-format productions.
Main Screening Room (CKK Jordanki)
ARRI Big Screen Experience
“Terminator: Dark Fate” With cinematographer Ken Seng, 1st AC Adam Coles & gaffer Brian Bartolini
The new Terminator film, released this month, was directed by Tim Miller and shot by Ken Seng, who previously worked together on “Deadpool.” With the involvement of key creatives from the original Terminator movie-James Cameron, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Linda Hamilton-“Dark Fate” takes the franchise back to its roots. Join ARRI for a discussion with the driving forces of the camera and lighting team about their work on the film. As well as detailed case studies of specifi c scenes, the panel will explore the whole experience of scaling up for such an epic project, on an emotional and human level… How do you ensure successful collaboration between departments? How do you leave egos at the door and encourage the best creative contributions out of everyone? How do you prepare in a way that lets you enjoy the process and make something you’re proud of?
An exclusive Camerimage screening of “Terminator: Dark Fate” will follow the panel discussion.
THURSDAY, 14 NOV
Workshop Center (10th High School)
ARRI Academy Masterclass
Director of photography and key camera crew members share insights on shooting Hollywood blockbusters. An ARRI Christmas story told by cinematographer Julio Macat ASC
Given his 30 years of experience behind the camera, Argentine-American cinematographer Julio Macat has had the chance to work with a great many tools and has a wealth of experience to share. Macat’s latest project “After the Wedding,” which is screening at Camerimage, serves as a departure from his usual comedic oeuvre. For this remake, he chose to work with ARRI Rental's ALEXA 65 camera and DNA lenses. One of Macat’s first films as a DP was the holiday blockbuster “Home Alone,” from 1990. Macat still refers to this beloved, modern-day classic as one of his favorite projects to date. During this exclusive master class, Macat will work with ARRI’s ALEXA LF camera and Signature Prime lenses to compose various scenes using the festive backdrop of Christmas. Participants will gain practical insight into the world of large-format image composition and learn some tips and tricks from the master along the way. Macat will be joined on stage by TRINITY operator Charlie Rizek, DIT Arthur To, and 1st AC E. Gunnar Mortensen all who will be adding great value to the session. Seating is limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Once you register using the QR code below, you will receive a reservation confirmation mail, which will only be good for one guest. Please present your confirmation code at the event by 11 a.m., otherwise your reservation will be cancelled.
Workshop Center (10th High School)
ARRI screening & discussion
Single-shot films presented by Directors UK and ARRI
Moviemaking is not for the fainthearted and shooting a film in only one single take is a massive undertaking that brings fascinating and trilling results. Directors UK and ARRI are proud to present six single-shot short films. All six films were shot in one single-take which proved to be a great creative and practical challenge for directors, cinematographers, cast, and crews. This 90-minute session will include the screening of all six films followed by round table discussions with the film’s directors. The audience will have the opportunity to learn first-hand about the challenges the directors and their teams faced.
The featured films and their directors:
“One” by Luke Bradford
“The Letter” by Diego Barraza
“Exit to Stage” by Daphne Schmon and Emily Carlton
“A Midwinter Night’s Dream” by Martin Gooch
“The Yearning” by Isabel Anderton
“A Bullet Wasted” by George Milton