[16:10 Mon,20.June 2022 by blip]
As always, there are interesting events to be discovered in the supporting program of the Munich Film Festival, which takes place from June 23 to July 2. For example, the Adobe Masterclass (25.6.) this time revolves around series editing: Editor Rainer Nigrelli will give an insight into the editing of the globally successful Netflix series "How To Sell Drugs Online (Fast)", which was produced in Germany.
After a small Premiere training session with Wolfgang Heß, a relaxed exchange of ideas and getting to know each other is planned. Anton Knoblach (Product Marketing Manager) and Samantha Bacon (Strategic Development Manager) from Adobe will be there.
Participation is free of charge, but a registration is required.
Penzing Studios Tour
There will also be an opportunity to visit PENZING STUDIOS just outside Munich. The new studio site is located on a 270 hectare former air base area and offers production possibilities of various sizes, a helicopter landing pad as well as a variety of motifs such as a clinic, sports facilities, taxiway, officers& mess and much more. A special focus is on digital production. The LED Stage Hyperbowl is Europe&s leading virtual production studio.
The free tour is organized by the Film Commission of FFF Bayern and Filmfest München as part of the CineCoPro Conference and is open to all Filmfest München guests >> more info and registration
Other interesting events:
- British screenwriter Tony Grisoni on his experiences / 6/29 >> more info
- Dystopian soundscapes: The film sound creators behind the feature film TIDES give a look behind the scenes: How do you create such emotionally evocative soundscapes, what were the concepts and methods, and how does the sound design influence and support the film&s narrative / 7/1 >> more info
- New German Cinema - Made in Munich: Three graduates of the HFF Munich share their experiences with their graduation film / 24.6. >> more info
The complete supporting program can be found here
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