Jul 122011



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SAE Sponsors Best Digital Short Award at 14th Annual Raindance Film Festival










London, UK (PRWEB) September 15, 2006

The Raindance Film Festival is in its 14th year and again proves to be an exciting industry event with 80 of the best independent feature films and 150 short films. The festival will also be host to a Q & A with film producers and actors, industry panel seminars, Stanley Kubrick screenings and networking opportunities. The Jury for this year’s event includes Lou Reed, Dame Judi Dench, Marky Ramone and Kevin Macdonald to name a few.

SAE, as part of its commitment to the digital film industry has joined the Raindance Film Festival to recognise those filmmakers who are using digital media to produce short films. “We feel that digital film making is the future of this industry and therefore would like to recognise those who are embracing the technology and using it creatively in their films,” comments SAE London Manager Matthias Postel.    

SAE offers courses in Digital Film Making at two of its UK campuses and elsewhere around the world. The courses are based on the latest technology in digital film such as green screens, HD cameras, Editing and Compositing software and visual effects lighting technology. SAE offers both a diploma and a degree course with degree programmes validated by Middlesex University.    

For more information on the Raindance Film Festival please visit http://www.raindancefilmfestival.org

For additional information about SAE visit http://www.sae.edu

Contact:

Angi Kuzma

Marketing Manager

SAE Institute London

United House

North Road

London

N7 9DP

Phone: 0207 609 2653

Fax: 0207 609 6944

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Engineering Firm Post-Produces A Digital Short Film That Will Be Screened At 2006 Cannes Film Festival










San Diego, CA (PRWEB) May 21, 2006

Durrenberger Engineering, Inc. used its proprietary Digital Video To Film transfer process to create the 35mm print of the short film entitled “Atenea Y Afrodita” that will be shown at “Tous Les Cinemas du Monde” program of the world-famous festival, on May 24 at 1pm.

The 2006 “Tous Les Cinema du Monde” program features the work of over 80 international producers. This is the first year that an entry from Venezuela was selected to be shown.

The short film “Atenea Y Afrodita”, that was produced by Harold Lopez Garroz in Venezuela, was filmed using digital video camera technology and editted using non-linear computer editing technology. The producer and team mastered a digital video (DV) tape, then sent the master to Durrenberger Engineering, Inc. who performed the transfer of the DV tape from the video domain to a 35mm motion picture print. This print, known as the Release Print, is capable of being projected in virtually any motion picture theater worldwide.

Durrenberger Engineering, Inc. completed the transfer at its San Diego facility and using various service firms in Burbank CA. The transfer process is as follows. Durrenberger Engineering, Inc. post-produces a 35mm negative of the short film videotape at its San Diego facility. Then the negative is sent to a motion picture film development lab in Burbank, where the film is developed, then to a sound stage facility where sound is synchorized to picture, and finally, back to the development lab which makes the final 35mm print.

Durrenberger Engineering, Inc has been producing DV To Film Transfers for over five years. The firm has transferred several feature films which have been distributed in Europe, USA and Mexico, as well as many short films that have been screened in festivals such as Ottawa International Animation Festival, etc. In addition, the firm has produced movie trailers for films such as “Word Wars” (Seventh Arts Releasing), “Stuey” (Starring Michael Imperioli) and “Unspeakable” (Starring Dennis Hopper).

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