Markee Editor to Moderate Session at Creative Storage Conference
Pro, Indie, and Casual filmmakers can learn a lot at the June 30, 2015 Creative Storage Conference in Culver City, Calif. Join us for the Independent Filmmaker Session at the 2015 Creative Storage Conference.
The Ninth Annual Creative Storage Conference (CS 2015) will feature a session with featured independent filmmakers. The conference will be held at the DoubleTree Hotel West Los Angeles in Culver City (www.creativestorage.org).
Following is a description of this session featuring The Independent Storyteller, organized by Andy Marken and moderated by Tom Inglesby, from Markee 2.0 Magazine.
Independent filmmakers may work alone, but there are millions of them telling stories, educating, entertaining, preserving history, inspiring people, doing their part to change the world. Their numbers are growing and their talents are being honed because of low-cost 4K cameras, inexpensive/easy-to-use production tools and powerful desktop/notebook systems. Their challenge isn’t just storing their content but managing, controlling, tracking, and protecting it. This session will explore their storage requirements – capacity and beyond.
- Howard Lukk, Moving Images
- Tina Eckman, Blackmagic
- Cirina Catania, Director
- James Mather, Digital Cinema Society
- Larry O’Conner, OWC
Presentations are now being solicited for the 2015 Creative Storage Conference, until April 22, 2015. You can submit speakers/panelists for this premier event at http://www.creativestorage.org/2015SpeakersCall.htm.
Sponsorships and exhibits are available for the 2015 Creative Storage Conference. Several levels of conference, website, and event sponsorship are available as well as table-top exhibits. Information on the sponsorship and exhibit opportunities are available at http://www.creativestorage.org/2015SponsorExhibitorInfo.htm.
This one-day conference brings together influential digital storage providers, equipment and software manufacturers, and professional media and entertainment end users in one place to explore the conference theme of “Exabytes for Video.” At CS 2015, you can find out the latest developments in digital storage for media and entertainment, and network with industry professionals.