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Digital Cinema Society to Hold DCS Cinema Lighting Expo on March 18 at IATSE Local 80 Stage in Burbank


RSVPs are now being accepted for the Digital Cinema Society’s DCS Cinema Lighting Expo, an exploration of motion picture lighting and grip technology with participating manufacturers including (in alphabetical order):

ARRIBB&S LightingCHAUVET LightingDedolight CaliforniaCore SWXFiilexFOMEXK5600Kino FloLightstarLitepanelsLuminysMole RichardsonNanliteQuasar ScienceRatPac ControlsRosco LabsSUMOLIGHTTRP/The Rag Place

The event will return to the IATSE Local 80 stage in Burbank, CA on Saturday, March 18th. Get hands-on with the latest gear and learn from practical lighting demos by renowned cinematographers and lighting experts.

Time: Saturday, March 18th

Doors open at 9:30AM with presentations starting at 10AM and ending at 5:00PM


Note: All are welcome, but please give your first and last name, as no one without a confirmed RSVP will be admitted. If you want to bring a guest, feel free to share the link, but we’ll need their name and a separate email address in order to confirm the RSVP. We will stop accepting RSVPs at 4PM Friday, March 17th.

DCS will also bestow its second annual “Dibie Award”, given in memory of George Spiro Dibie, the multi-Emmy winning Cinematographer and longtime president of the International Cinematographers Guild who worked tirelessly to help to educate our industry about motion picture lighting. This year’s recipient will be John Gresch, who recently retired after 36 years with ARRI. John exemplifies George’s spirit in freely sharing his knowledge with the entertainment lighting community. The award will be presented with the assistance of John’s longtime friend, Donald A. Morgan, ASC.

Masks are optional and social distancing is encouraged when possible.


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