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Can’t Attend Sundance? Join Adobe Online For “Blurring The Lines Between Indie and Hollywood”

Can’t Attend Sundance? Join Adobe Online For “Blurring The Lines Between Indie and Hollywood”

Not everyone can go to the Sundance, but Adobe wants to bring a little bit of Sundance to you. Join them live this Friday 2:00pm PST/3:00 pm MT for the panel “Blurring The Lines Between Indie & Hollywood” at New Frontier in Park City during the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.

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Adobe’s Megan Keane will moderate this panel of industry powerhouses, bringing together “Academy Award Winner Rob Legato (Misery Loves Comedy [SFF 2015], Wolf of Wall Street, Hugo, Avatar), Kyle Patrick Alvarez (The Stanford Prison Experiment [SFF 2015], C.O.G., Easier with Practice), and Dave Ginsberg, CTO of Sundance Institute and former technology executive with Warner Bros” to discuss the increasingly blurry line between indie and Hollywood filmmaking, and how “apps like Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects help create stunning work” on any budget. This is a great topic for everyone in the industry, and we encourage everyone to tune in.

Be sure to sign up for the event at CreativeCloud.AdobeEvents.com.

From Adobe:

Watch Adobe at Sundance from wherever you are. We’ll be live streaming our panel with Rob Legato (The Wolf of Wall Street, Hugo), Kyle Alvarez (The Stanford Prison Experiment, C.O.G.), and Dave Ginsberg (CTO, Sundance Institute). Find out how apps like Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects help create stunning work, even on a budget.

Live-streamed panel: January 23, 3pm (MT)

Watch the event streaming live from New Frontier in Park City, at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, at 2:00 Pacific Time/ 3:00pm Mountain Time.

Whether you’re an aspiring cineaste or a seasoned pro, cutting-edge filmmaking tools have never been more readily available or affordable, blurring the lines between indie productions and Hollywood. Watch the discussion with Academy Award Winner Rob Legato (Misery Loves Comedy [SFF 2015], Wolf of Wall Street, Hugo, Avatar), Kyle Patrick Alvarez (The Stanford Prison Experiment [SFF 2015], C.O.G., Easier with Practice), and Dave Ginsberg, CTO of Sundance Institute and former technology executive with Warner Bros.

Join us to learn how collaboration and integration are changing the game for filmmakers and empowering creativity.

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