IBC2016 Conference keynote address to be delivered by Ang Lee

IBC2016 Conference keynote address to be delivered by Ang Lee

Published: WORLD

WORLD: As part of the IBC Big Screen Experience at the upcoming IBC2016 Conference in Amsterdam, Academy Award winner Ang Lee will deliver a Keynote address on Monday 12th September. The director, screenwriter and producer is responsible for films such as Life of Pi, Brokeback Mountain and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.

During the keynote, Mr Lee will discuss the cinematographic technique used for his soon-to-be released film: Sony Pictures Entertainment’s Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk. The movie has reportedly been shot at 120 frames per second, in 4K and native 3D. This new cinematic format is described as offering ‘greater control over preserving artistic integrity over the increasing range of delivery formats both within cinema and to the wider electronic entertainment market’.

‘There is no finer keynote presenter for this year’s IBC Big Screen Experience than Ang Lee and we are very honoured to be hosting him,’ enthused IBC Big Screen Experience executive producer, Julian Pinn. ‘For over two decades, Ang Lee has shown true mastery in utilising cutting-edge science and cinematographic techniques towards his creation of some of the very finest works of cinematic story-telling art.’

www.ibc.org

Knowledge Centre

AMX Programmer 2 - Harman professional
Calendar
AMX Programmer 2 - Harman professional

to

Map 02/08 Golden Agri Plaza, 108 Pasir Panjang Road, 118535, Singapore

more

Published:

WORLD

Setting Your Wireless Mic Transmitter Audio Gain Properly

Audio quality and range for your wireless system can be affected by the transmitter audio gain setting. In order to maximize your signal to noise ratio for the system, set your audio input gain as high as possible before limiting. Includes walk test…

more »


4K and Beyond: Technical Challenges and Opportunities - Atlona

pdf - PDF

Published:

WORLD

4K and Beyond: Technical Challenges and Opportunities - Atlona

When high-definition TVs (HD or 1080p) first entered the market, only three HDTV channels were available. Fast forward five years, the number of channels grew to 40. Today, over 20 years since the HD breakthrough, most streamed content is available …

more »


Our
Magazines

Subscribe to our magazines

If you would like to subscribe to one or more of our magazines please click on the SUBSCRIBE button to take you to our registration page.

Pro Audio Asia - November-December 2016
Pro Audio Asia
Pro Audio MEA - November-December 2016
Pro Audio MEA
Worship AVL - January - February 2017
Worship AVL