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25 August 2010

Canon 5D - information evening

If you are an editor, cinematographer, producer or student in film - this is the one session you should not miss. Wether you are planning to shoot your next film on the Canon, are busy shooting your film on the Canon, busy editing your film on the Canon or want to learn more about the possibilities for using the Canon on your film - you will be able to ask all the questions you need to.

When: 7th September
at: 7pm to meet and 7:30 to start
Venue: AFDA - Johannesburg
Fee: R100 for SASFED affiliate members if paid and RSVP'd before Friday the 3rd of September.
R20 for AFDA students if paid and RSVP'd before Friday the 3rd of September.
R200 at the door on the night

Tea and coffee will be provided, and a cash bar will be available.

Panel so far:
  • Melanie Jankes-Golden (Chair and will present the workflows and Budget implications for producers)
  • Frank Meyburgh and team - will bring a camera and will present and answer all general technical questions.
  • A cinematographer who will be finalised soon.
  • We may also get a producer on the panel
SAGE would like as many producers as possible to attend this evening, as they are picking up many issues around producers not understanding the needs and process of working with this camera.

Please also inform any cinematographers that they know of this evening, as SASC is not part of SASFED they will not know about this workshop through this.

But also inform anyone that may be interested in coming.

Please make a transfer into the SAGE account:

South African Guild of Editors
ABSA Bank
Melville branch # 643-005
Account # 40-5630-2496

Please make this your reference: "5D your name"

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