DOC NYC PRO: POST-PRODUCTION SECRETS

Available for selection by these badge holders: All Access, DOC NYC PRO Gold Pass, DOC NYC PRO Silver Pass, DOC NYC PRO Bronze Pass. To buy a pass click here.

Each day of the 2018 festival features two distinct, subject-themed programming tracks for DOC NYC PRO. Each programming track has its own set of panels. To reserve a spot to any panel in advance, passholders must click the title of the individual panel below and make their redemption selection.

Morning Manifestos are not ticketed and are open to all DOC NYC passholders on a first-come, first-served basis.

DOC NYC PRO is co-presented by Amazon Studios

Engage with a series of panel discussions with artists and industry professionals in the fields of composing, animation, graphics, post-sound and more.

BREAKFAST 9:00AM – 10:00AM Open to all badge holders.

MORNING MANIFESTO 10:00AM – 10:25AM
Jon Reiss is a filmmaker (Bomb It, Bomb It 2), author (Think Outside the Box Office) and a leader in innovative distribution techniques. Join him to hear why filmmakers should be using data in decisions for their films, and how best to do so. Open to all badge holders on first-come basis.

Post-Sound: What You See is What You Hear 10:45AM – 11:45AM
Post-sound professionals Steve ‘Major’ Giammaria (Sound Lounge Film + Television),  Rachel Shuman (One October), Keith Hodne (Sim International) and Evan Benjamin (Forty Two Forty Post) lead you through the steps you need to know to execute the perfect post-sound strategy. Moderated by Ian Harnarine (Trinity College). 

Animation, Graphics & Enhanced Storytelling 12:15PM – 1:25PM
Animators Molly Schwartz (Above and Beyond: NASA’s Journey to Tomorrow) and Dana Schechter (Nothing Left Unsaid: Gloria Vanderbilt & Anderson Cooper) and Peggy Stern (The Moon and the Son: An Imagined Conversation) discuss when you should include an animator in your process and other best practices. Moderated by Mara Bresnahan (Hot Springs Documentary Festival).

Composers Tell All 2:15PM – 3:15PM
Composers Troy Herion (306 Hollywood), Wendy Blackstone (Lost in Florence) and Jonathan Kirkscey (Won’t You Be My Neighbor?) discuss building themes for your characters and how observations of both image and sound recorded during production can inform the perfect score for your film. Moderated by Composer Nathan Halpern (Minding The Gap).

Case Study: Prep Your Film For Distribution 3:45PM – 4:45PM
Learn valuable insights into how to prep your film for distribution in this case study from industry experts John Campbell (Buffalo 8), Blair Foster (Jigsaw Productions) and Alysa Nahmias (Unrest). Moderated by Ben Murray (Technicolor PostWorks NY).  Co-presented by Technicolor PostWorks NY

HAPPY HOUR 5:00PM – 6:00PM

The full schedule of 2018 PRO programs can be found here.

Available for selection by these badge holders: All Access, DOC NYC PRO Gold Pass, DOC NYC PRO Silver Pass, DOC NYC PRO Bronze Pass. To buy a pass click here.

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