Washington, DC—The NAB Show is partnering with the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) to present educational workshops. The in-person workshops will take place April 24–25 at the NAB Show in Las Vegas. Moreover, taught by prominent cinematographers, they will cover cinematic techniques in lighting.
The NAB Show, a leading event for content creators, is developing the workshops in coordination with the newly formed Cine Consortium. Instructors with expertise and experience in specific areas of film as well as television production designed each five-hour workshop.
The Cine Consortium launched in November 2021 in Los Angeles to guide the NAB Show and affiliated events in identifying opportunities to serve, educate as well as unite the cinema, production, post and broader content creation communities.
Furthermore, its members are committed to building innovative ways to serve creative professionals and technologists. Members comprise equipment manufacturers, studios, unions as well as guilds.
American Society of Cinematographers & NAB Show
“NAB Show has had an ongoing partnership with ASC; this new alliance signals our renewed commitment to the cinema industry and content creators. We look forward to presenting this unique education opportunity to our community in April 2022,” said Chris Brown, NAB executive vice president and managing director, Global Connections and Events.
Stephen Lighthill, ASC, president, American Society of Cinematographers, added: “The workshop allows our members to teach and share their expertise to a new group of filmmakers while continuing to advance the craft of the cinematographer.”
Registration for the workshops is available here.
The NAB Show, April 23–27, 2022, in the Las Vegas Convention Center, encompasses media, entertainment and technology. It is also a marketplace for those seeking to create audio and video experiences.
Each year, thousands of content professionals from all corners of the media go to the NAB Show. It’s specifically for those striving to drive listeners and engage viewers in larger numbers for greater reach. In addition, NAB developed the show for those seeking to create uncommon audio and visual experiences.