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Kodak to Host Free Webinar with Matthew Libatique, ASC


Cinematographer Matthew Libatique was nominated for an Oscar for his work on Black Swan.
Kodak will host a free one-hour webinar April 6, at 11 a.m. (PDT)/2 p.m. (EDT) with Oscar-nominee Matthew Libatique, ASC talking about the format choices available to today’s filmmakers. Participants will learn about options such as Super 16, 2-perf and 3-perf, as well as workflow choices from traditional photochemical to digital intermediate. Libatique will share his extensive experience and observations on using a variety of formats. This Webinar also offers a unique opportunity for attendees to interact and ask questions.

“Advancements in film technologies are giving filmmakers more options than ever,” says Johanna Gravelle, Worldwide Image Capture marketing director, Kodak’s Entertainment Imaging division. “Matty Libatique brings the artistic eye of a master as well as experience at every budget level. This Webinar will be a rare opportunity to learn how he approaches decisions about format and post path based on the artistic and financial parameters of the project.”

Libatique has worked on a number of films with director Darren Aronofsky, including Pi, Requiem for a Dream, The Fountain and Black Swan, for which the cinematographer earned an Oscar nomination and an Independent Spirit Award. He has also collaborated on multiple films with directors Jon Favreau, Spike Lee and Joel Schumacher. Libatique’s feature credits include Tigerland, Abandon, Phone Booth, Gothika, Never Die Alone, She Hate Me, Inside Man, The Number 23, Iron Man, Iron Man 2 and the upcoming Cowboys & Aliens. In addition to feature films, Libatique has compiled more than 100 music video and commercial credits.

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