CELEBRATING 30 YEARS OF INDEPENDENT FILM AND STORYTELLING

PANEL #3: A CONVERSATION ON LENSES & LIGHTING

SPONSORED BY: New Times

Join us for a captivating conversation and hands-on experience into the field of cinematography as we discuss the intricate relationship between lenses, camera movement, lighting styles and their profound impact on narrative storytelling. Explore the exposure triangle, and how shutter, frame rate, and aperture affect the way we develop our imagery. Delve into the way color, contrast, and lighting design are employed to communicate emotion and character. This session is designed to be a dialogue where your questions and insights are highly encouraged. Led by Director of Photography Gavin Velasquez Murray.

Gavin Velasquez Murray is a talented cinematographer who splits his time between Los Angeles and San Francisco. He’s dedicated to his craft, coming from a background in lighting, passionate about lenses, but above all driven by strong narratives and collaboration with directors, actors, and crew. He’s shot several award winning features including “Bring Me an Avocado” for director Maria Mealla and “Red Snow” for director Sean Lynch. He’s always looking for new ways to elevate, sharpen, and deliver interesting and unique films to the world.

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RUN TIME: 60 Minutes

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