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Full Spectrum: Colourist Workshops with Warren Eagles - Presentation & Panel Discussions

Sat Apr 30, 2016
Bosa Centre Room 321, Capilano University
Members: $25 (Plus GST), Non Members: $50 (Plus GST)
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The International Cinematographers Guild, IATSE Local 669 has partnered with International Colourist Academy (ICA) co-founder, Warren Eagles, to bring you Colourist Workshops offered for the first time in Canada!

Presentation & Panel Discussions:

Warren Eagles will begin the day with a presentation on workflow, grading digital, simple looks, and give personal tips and tricks that will help you achieve the looks you want.
In the afternoon, there will be a panel discussion with Warren, Director of Photography, Greg Middleton, csc, DIT, Luke Campbell & Colourist, Andrea Chlebak.
Panellists discuss and show examples of their work
Demystifying colourist terminology
Optimizing communication path with colourists
Main Unit vs. 2nd Unit
Achieving results in the final grade (Dailies vs. Final)
Classroom setting enables audience to participate in the conversation
ICA offers Colourist Workshops in New York, LA, Singapore, Munich, and London, and for the first time ever, will be offering these workshops in Canada through Local 669! This is a unique opportunity that you won’t want to miss.
A big thank you to Capilano University for their generous support!
Gregory Middleton, cscGregory Middleton’s diverse body of work includes many art house films, mainstream features, and television projects. Born in Montreal Quebec, and educated at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. His first feature film was the award winning independent art house hit ‘Kissed’ starring Molly Parker. His other films include many critical hits such as ‘The Five Senses’, ‘Better than Chocolate’ , James Gunn’s horror/comedy ‘Slither’, Eduardo Ponti’s ‘Between Strangers’ starring Sophia Loren and the multi award winning ‘Fugitive Pieces’ based on the novel by Anne Michaels.

Known for subtle camera work and beautiful treatment of characters faces he has won several awards for his work including the top 2 awards in the same year in his home country of Canada, the CSC award and Genie for ‘Fugitive Pieces’ and ‘Passchendaele’ respectively. His films have screened at Sundance, Cannes, Berlin, Venice and opened Toronto International film festival twice.

Gregory’s television credits include six episodes of Season 3 of the Fox cult favourite 'Fringe', and 3 Seasons of the critically acclaimed 'The Killing' for AMC and Netflix. Season 4 also marks his debut as Director for Episode 404 ‘Dream baby Dream’

In 2014 he joined the team of Cinematographers shooting HBO’s epic drama series 'Game of Throne's for which he was nominated for an Emmy Award. He continues his work on 'Game of Thrones' in Season 6.

Luke Campbell: Luke has been working as a Digital Imaging Technician for over 6 years, and currently serves on the IATSE Local 669 Executive Board as the Digital Member at Large. He is also an experienced Phantom Technician, and past alumni of the International Colorist Academy. Luke has over 17 years of experience in the IT industry, and made the shift to film during the digital revolution.

His recent credits include feature films 'Power Rangers', 'Rememory', 'Deadpool', 'Elysium', and 'Chappie', and the television series, 'The Killing'.

Andrea Chlebak: Andrea is a thoughtful and experienced colorist who thrives at the crossroads of art, science and technology. Having studied art and film and spent years behind the lens as a photographer, she brings an artistic sensibility, resourceful attitude and technical rigour to all of her projects.

Andrea’s work in the film industry has spanned 12 years – starting as a stills photographer, then editor and compositor before becoming a colorist in 2006. Since then, she has set her sights on a rapidly growing library of feature, series and commercial projects, including Hollywood heavy hitters like Elysium and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, and award-winning documentaries like Facing Ali and Vimeo’s first feature original, Wizard Mode.

Her most notable work includes end-to-end collaboration with writer/director, Neill Blomkamp (District 9) to create the look and polish the final color for his last two features (Elysium, Chappie), and working with director, Roger Allers (Lion King) to enhance the color story for his animated feature, Kahlil Gibran’s ‘The Prophet’.

She is currently a freelance colorist based in Vancouver, Canada.

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