Lighting Master Class

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Sponsored by the Maine Film & Video Association                                         
Co-presented by Emerge Film Festival

The Maine Film & Video Association and the Emerge Film Festival are proud to present a Lighting Master Class with Litepanels co-founder/Lighting Director Pat Grosswendt on Friday, April 29th from 1:30-4pm at the Franco Center’s Heritage Hall, 46 Cedar St., Lewiston.

The Master Class will delve into the latest in LED lighting technology and techniques.  Using a shooting scenario with camera, monitor and talent, Grosswendt will work backwards to demonstrate five-point, three-point, two point and one-point lighting techniques for a complete understanding of the art of lighting.

Grosswendt’s career in Hollywood began in the early 1980s. He gaffed his first feature film in the late 1990s on “The Crucible”, written by Arthur Miller and starring Daniel Day Lewis and Wynona Ryder.  His last feature film was working with Robert Altman on “Gosford Park” with Maggie Smith and Michael Gambon.

Grosswendt is co-founder of Litepanels, a Vitec Group brand, which pioneered these LED-based, daylight balanced, full spectrum lighting devices which revolutionized the lighting business with lightweight, low temp cinema tools.

The Master Class is free for MFVA members and filmmakers whose films are screening in the 2016 Emerge Film Festival.  Non-members and the general public is $10. Attendance is limited. Registration is suggested through EventBrite. MFVA members and Emerge filmmakers will receive a free code that will reserve your place.

For more information, contact info@mainefilm.org .

The 2016 Emerge Film Festival runs Thursday, April 28 – Sunday, May 1.www.emergefilmfestival.org

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