Digitale Cinematographie 2012 - Cinema Art in 4K
For the 10th anniversary of Digitale Cinematographie the organisers Martin Ludwig (Ludwig Kameraverleih GmbH), Gerhard Baier (Leica Summilux-C) and Martin Kreitl (MKMedia Production) have come up with some special highlights. A large cinema located in the new annexe of the Munich Transport Museum opposite the Congress Centre will serve as the venue for the acclaimed screenings. With a true 4K presentation equalling four times full HD resolution, show reels, documentaries and film clips of current productions made by international camera and director giants will be shown and discussed interactively with the audience. Ted Schilowitz (RED), Geoff Boyle (DoP), Jon Fauer (Film and Digital Times), Louis-Philippe Capelle (DoP) and Philippe Ros (DoP) any many others are expected to attend.
The event has become one of the most important industry events in the last decade and in 2012 it will once again show the way in the rapidly developing digital film and cinema world. Unlike in previous years visitors won't have to take tough decisions about which screenings and workshops they want to attend. In this year's anniversary programme the main programme items will be repeated on both days so participants have the opportunity to take advantage of the entire offering.
International exhibitors and service providers will demonstrate developments in the digital workflow at all levels. The following organisations have already registered:ABC Products, AJA, Alphatron, Apple, Band Pro Munich, bebob, Black Box, campilots, Canon, Cine60, ComLine, Dedo Weigert Film, dve, DVS, eyevis, Fluglinse, Gecko-Cam, Gruppe3, IDX Technology, Leader, magic multi media, Mediatec, Movietech, MWANova, Olympus, Phantom, Pomfort, PURE4C, Sony, Sunbounce, Videor, Vision2see, Vitec Group, VSH Medientechnik, Zeiss. Exhibitors can still register for Digitale Cinematographie through the end of June.
The Fachhochschule Salzburg and the Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film München (HFF) have made a creative contribution on the topics of further education and training. The event organisers, Martin Ludwig, Gerhard Baier and Martin Kreitl will have a joint stand on the stage in the main hall where they will demonstrate the services they provide in professional digital equipment for studios, lighting and theatre.
The workshop programme for the anniversary event features a host of international speakers and current workflow topics which we cannot announce at this stage. The workshops and the screenings will focus on 4K. Special attention will be given to the processing of 4K material. Other topics include: the challenge of recording and transporting major data streams, which codecs can ensure image quality and how to manage distribution. The latest solutions will be presented and critically analysed from a practical standpoint. The workshops will be booked out very quickly due to the high-end nature of the topics and the high calibre of speakers.As in previous years registration in advance will be necessary for some events.
Without a doubt the 10th Digitale Cinematographie - which this year is being held at the same time as the film festival - will be an extraordinary event with a level of expertise unparalleled in Munich.
The 2012 programme with information on exhibitors, workshops and screenings is updated regularly on the website http://www.digitale-cinematographie.de.
“Digitale Cinematographie” was founded in 2002 by Gerhard Baier, Martin Ludwig (Ludwig Kameraverleih GmbH) and Martin Kreitl (MKMedia Production). It has been created as a new platform which is neutrally and critically driven by the idea of revolutionising the German film and TV environment through the use of new technology.
For film and media producers from all over Europe, “Digitale Cinematographie” has become an event which cannot be missed. Latest trends and developments from the world of digital film are presented every year on this occasion. This is a very personal, communicative and interactive event for both producers and users. What makes „Digitale Cinematographie” so unique is the smooth combination of the exchange of experience with renowned specialists, the comprehensive outlook on all areas of HD technology, training of young creators - along with the ingenious concept of uniting the transfer of knowledge and practical tests based on exhibitions, workshops and screenings.