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Cine Gear 2017 – Presentations and Screenings Announced


LR-Cine Gear Expo-emailCine Gear 2017 is right around the corner, starting Thursday, June 1. On Friday, June 2 and Saturday, June 3, visitors are invited to a free series of seminars and panel discussions conducted by equipment makers such as Sony, Panasonic, Zeiss, Adorama, Leica, Tiffen, RED, Blackmagic, and Canon, as well as distinguished industry associations including: The American Society of Cinematographers, Local 600,The Society of Camera Operators, and The Digital Cinema Society.

You can view the full list of announced presentations here:

On Thursday attendees are invited to watch the lineup of finalists featured Cine Gear’s 2017 Film Series Screenings. The categories are Student Shorts, Indy Shorts and Music Video/Commercial.

Located at the Sherry Lansing Theater, the schedule is as follows:

Thursday, June 1st: 12:00 – 1:45 pm

  • 8 Independent Short Finalists – $10.00

Thursday, June 1st: 2:15pm – 2:45pm 

  • 8 Music Video Finalists   – $7.00

Thursday, June 1st: 3:15pm – 5:25pm

  • 7 Student Short Finalists    – $10.00
Friday, June 2, 2017: 8:00 pm -10:30pm
  • Awards for the Winners of the Film Competition, Legacy Lifetime Achievement, Technical Lifetime Achievement Award at the Paramount Theater and Paseo Grounds with VIP Reception.
You may purchase single tickets or a Film Series Pass for all screenings for $25.00. You can view the full list of finalists here:

There will also be a special screening of Le Ride by Sony, preceded by a special announcement. Special guest Phil Keoghan from The Amazing Race will be in attendance and introduce his film Le Ride.LR-LeRideposter800


In 1928 a small under-resourced, untested team from New Zealand and Australia lined up in Paris to ride in the toughest sporting event on earth, The Tour de France. 164 riders started, only 41 finished!

Phil Keoghan literally brought this remarkable underdog story back to life riding an original 1928 steel bicycle with no gears, retracing the exact route and sticking to the same schedule… an average of 150 miles a day, completely circumnavigating France in just 26 days!

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