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Post Break: Re-imagining Post Production during and after COVID-19
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Re-imagining post production during and after the pandemic. How are facilities handling their clients and staff remotely and the re-opening of their facilities? Is remote post production the new normal? Join us to chat with a variety of post facilities in NY about their current and future plans.

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When: Thursday, August 6th, 2020
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Where: Post Break: Re-imagining Post Production during and after COVID-19
New York
United States
Contact: PNYA Membership

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PANELISTS:

Kim Spikes, SIM NY

Currently the Senior Vice President of Post in New York, Kimberly has been with Sim, previously FactoryNY, for over 11 years. Along the way, she has overseen five facilities throughout SoHo, TriBeCa and Brooklyn providing dailies, offline, picture and sound finishing to hundreds of film and television shows

Rochelle Brown, The Mill Rochelle Brown, The Mill

Rochelle is a PNYA Company Board member with 20 years of TV/Film Production experience beginning in 2000 in commercial broadcast production and moving into post in 2007. Her cutting-edge expertise has catapulted her to become an Executive Producer at The Mill Group, in NY where she currently manages the telecine department supporting both long and short form projects ranging from commercials and music videos to scripted and feature films.

Carlie Bergman, Soundtrack NY

Carlie joined the Soundtrack family in 2003 after receiving her Bachelor of Science Degree in Sound Recording Technology. Originally working on the stages as an ADR recordist she soon moved her focus toward ADR Scheduling and management of Soundtrack’s episodic and long form work. Her time on the ADR Stage gave her a unique skill set and perspective of workflow that she uses for all the projects she looks after. Carlie aims to make the post sound process as easy and stress-free as it can be.

Stina Hamlin, East Coast Digital

Stina Hamlin, Director of Post Production at East Coast Digital, is also a traditional producer and an award-winning VR creator. A long time member of the Producers’ Guild, she continues to be an active member of the New York creative media community. In her 20 year career, she has worked in many positions; from being in the field, to production management, and finally landing in post production supervision. Being of Cherokee and Choctaw descent, her focus is on projects that amplify Indigenous voices, in front of and behind the camera. In addition to running East Coast Digital, she is currently working on XR project, Blood Memory: The Experience, Red House Series, a multi-platform project, and she produces and edits the podcast, Not Invisible: Native Womxn on the Frontlines.

MODERATOR:

Russ Hammonds, Producer

Russ Hammonds is a producer with over ten years of experience in post production and supervision for scripted episodic television. Recent credits include Netflix’s interactive project, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy Vs. The Reverend”, and Syfy’s “Happy!” Prior to joining the post community, Russ worked as a talent manager, representing actors.
Russ also serves as a co-founding board member of The Uncomfortable Conversation, which produces shortform video content dedicated to normalizing conversations around sexual violence, particularly among young men.

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