BCPVA MEMBERS MEETING MARCH 27, 2013 6:30PM: USE YOUR HEAD! POINT-OF-VIEW VIDEO & COPYRIGHT LAW

Use Your Head BCPVA March 27, 2013

USE YOUR HEAD! POINT-OF-VIEW VIDEO & COPYRIGHT LAW

Plus see a demo of the Sony PMW-F55 CineAlta 4K Digital Cinema Camera

BCPVA is proud to bring you another great mix of creative video technology demos along with a primer on intellectual property, copyright law, and business contracts.

NEW LOCATION:

Justice Institute  of BC   715 McBride and 6th Avenue, New Westminister, BC  Room 304

Meetings are now the 4th Wednesday each month  at 6:30pm

Click here to RSVP

 

AGENDA

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WEARABLE VIDEO:  HOW TO PUT A CAMERA ANYWHERE

Mark Zealand and Mark Hissett

PointofViewCameras.com
Point of View (POV) is a shooting technique that shows the perspective of a scene literally from a character or object’s position in the setting. That’s just a technical way of saying that it enables you to put the viewer into the scene first hand. With today’s latest crop of tiny HD video cameras, productions can now be more dynamic and fast-paced than ever.

Mark Zealand and Mark Hissett from PointofViewCameras.com are two of the key players behind one of the largest online POV stores in the world. They will be demonstrating the top selling point of view cameras, how to mount them and how to produce fast, hard hitting videos with the footage.

 

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COPYRIGHTS, LICENCES & CONTRACTS FOR VIDEOGRAPHERS

Sheena Mitchell, LL.B., Canadian Trade-Mark Agent

Today’s Internet age has fundamentally changed the world of videography, making it both more simple and more complex at the same time. On the one hand, online video streaming websites such as YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook make it simple to share your videos instantly with your clients and the world. But at the same time, every second of the images, music, dialogue, and people in your video can expose you to legal challenges if you don’t have the proper rights and licenses in place. And your work could be downloaded and used by others anywhere, without your permission!

Business lawyer Sheena Mitchell will deliver a primer on intellectual property, copyright, and business contracts. Called to the bar in Ontario and in British Columbia Sheena has had the unique experience of working in both private legal practice and working as in-house legal counsel as well as for the film industry. Sheena focuses on helping business owners grow and protect themselves with necessary, commercial legal advice, giving them her full attention and support.

 

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SONY PMW-F55 CINEALTA 4K DIGITAL CINEMA CAMERA

John Banovich, csc, BFM Producer/Director
Green Earth Films

Shoot, Record, Master and Distribute in 4K? Why? Because there are more than 13,000 theaters with Sony Digital Cinema 4K projectors, and a lot more screens with 4K projectors from the other major brands. Sony’s new 84” 4K TV is already on display in Sony stores.

John Banovich from Green Earth Films will show off the Sony F55, described as one of Sony’s newest modular, compact 4K cameras. Green Earth Films has stayed at the forefront of the digital revolution by investing in tapeless cameras and post-production facilities that accommodate ‘all-digital delivery’. The same ‘green’ principles apply to all their processes – whether the project is intended for a thumbnail-sized internet window or for a 60 foot-wide digital cinema screen.

John from Green Earth Films has extensive experience in the production of documentaries, feature films, television and multi-media and he will be on hand to answer your questions.

 

THERE’S MORE

  • Self-Introductions & Networking
  • New Professional Member Video Screening
  • Open Discussion Q&A

 

BCPVA monthly meetings are a forum for members and guests to learn, share, and network with video industry professionals. Typical meetings can include presentations by experts in technology, shooting, editing, storytelling & imagery, and business management. New Professional members often show examples of their video productions followed by Q&A and open topic discussions. The annual Kudos Video Awards gives members the chance to showcase their work in front of a large audience and win awards. Frequently our Vendor Members bring the latest technology like cameras, lights, and gear to our meetings so you can try them out. The point of BCPVA meetings is to help our members be the best videographers they can be!

Are you ready to have a successful videography business?

Join us.

RSVP for free admission.

Visit www.bcpva.com for more information.


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BC Professional Videographers Association is a non profit organization that exists to support the professional development, creativity, and entrepreneurial growth of its members; while serving the growing need for professional video production.

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    Looks like a jam pack meeting!!