Exploring the 6K Post Production Workflow on David Fincher’s GONE GIRL
December 6, 2014
December 6, 2014
Vancouver Post Alliance event

Presented by Adobe and HP.

David Fincher’s latest feature film, GONE GIRL, employed the most advanced technical workflow of any feature film produced to date.

GONE GIRL marks the first 6K real-time pipeline used on any feature film production. Meet GONE GIRL post production engineer, Jeff Brue and assistant editor, William (Billy) Peake, as they discuss the challenges of shooting in 6K on the RED Dragon camera and the advanced streamlined workflow developed for the film. Their presentation will provide an accessible overview for the non-tech-types, and it will dig deep into the details, featuring Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC, powered by HP Z Workstations with Intel® Xeon® processors and NVIDIA Next-Gen Quadro GPUs.

Jeff Brue is CTO of Open Drives Inc. and is a technical consultant specializing in extreme-performance studio architecture. In addition to Gone Girl, he has designed pipeline infrastructure for productions such as Lawless, American Hustle, and House of Cards.

Billy Peake was an assistant editor on Gone Girl, and a key player in implementing and managing the film’s 6K editorial pipeline. In addition to Gone Girl, his other credits include Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Sirk!.

Doors Open at 10am. Presentation at 11am.

Vancity Theatre - 1181 Seymour St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2E8