[Tig] Black and White @ SMPTE Meeting--Thurs., March 7, 2013-6:30 to 9:30p, Linwood Dunn Theater

Ted Langdell ted at tedlangdell.com
Sun Mar 3 22:51:30 GMT 2013


With the recent discussion of black and white film's past and future either here or on another list, I'm prompted to pass on the meeting notice, details of which are below my signature

Today’s Use of Black and White and It’s Potential Future
 SMPTE Meeting--Thurs., March 7, 2013-6:30 to 9:30p, Linwood Dunn Theater, Los Angeles.

Coincidentally, the meeting will be held on: 
The 248th birthday of Nicéphore Niépce, French inventor of photography (b. 1765 d. 1833)

If someone from the TIG attends, it would be nice to have a summary posted for those who weren't able to go.

Ted

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The Hollywood Section of SMPTE
invites You to Attend:
Today’s Use of Black and White and It’s Potential Future
March 7, 2013
6:30 – 9:30 PM
 
This month's subject will be based on the history of black and white movies, with some exemplary examples. There will be use of 35mm prints of such pictures as CLEOPATRA (1934), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (1935), THE GRAPES OF WRATH (1940) and more.
Legendary cinematographers represented include Gregg Toland, James Wong Howe and several examples of Academy Award winning work.
The program will be introduced by Scott MacQueen of the UCLA Film and Television Archive, who has done considerable lecturing and writing on films of this period.
 
This will be followed by discussion of today's use of black and white film, and its potential future.
 
Please RSVP for the Event at: http://hsmptemar13.eventbrite.com/
 
 
The event will open at 6:30 with Pre-Meeting food and Networking, followed by the subject at 7:30.
 
Linwood Dunn Theater
1313 N. Vine St.
Los Angeles, CA90038
United States
 


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