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Post New York Alliance Explores Role of AI in Post-Production for Next Post Break


Post New York Alliance (PNYA) will explore how artificial intelligence is revolutionizing post-production in the next edition of Post Break, its free webinar series. Line Producer/Post Production Manager Gautam Singhani will be joined by speakers Finishing Editor Twain Richardson, Colorist/Online Editor Joey D’Anna and Producer Pete Conlin for a deep dive into this exciting new technology, which promises to have a profound effect on every aspect of post for film and television.

The Role of AI in Filmmaking is scheduled for Thursday, May 18th at 4:00 PM EST. Register here.

Singhani, Richardson, D’Anna and Conlin will discuss the latest developments in AI, its benefits and applications. They will also examine several real-world cases studies where generative AI has been integrated into post-production workflows. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain insight into the many layers of AI and how they are reshaping the post-production landscape.


Gautam Singhani is a line producer and post-production manager with over 10 years of experience in scripted and unscripted projects in New York, Los Angeles and India. His credits as line producer spans commercials for clients including Adidas and VICE, and music videos for Godsmack, Jackson Harris and other artists. Recent credits include post supervisor on The Barber of Little Rock for Story Syndicate, and post coordinator on the BAFTA-nominated documentary Becoming Cousteau for Nat Geo, and the Emmy-nominated docuseries Allen v. Farrow for HBO.

Joey Danna (L) and Pete Conlin / courtesy Post New York Alliance


Twain Richardson is a finishing editor whose credits span television, documentaries, advertising and music videos. A native of Jamaica, he also has experience as an editor and colorist, and has served as a demo artist for Blackmagic Design at NAB. Richardson’s credits include the Oscar-shortlisted documentary All In: The Fight for Democracy for Amazon Prime, the BAFTA-nominated documentary Becoming Cousteau for Nat Geo, and the provocative documentary Britney vs Spears for Netflix. He is currently a finishing editor at Goldcrest Post, where he has worked on the fifth and sixth seasons of the Netflix series Somebody Feed Phil and the Goldcrest Films documentary Hell of a Cruise.

Joey D’Anna is a colorist and online editor based in Washington, DC. A 15-year industry veteran, he began his career doing linear, tape-to-tape online editing, and continued into non-linear online, finishing and color grading. His work includes broadcast promos for Discovery, TLC, National Geographic, Smithsonian Channel, History Channel and others. He also applies his extensive experience to grading political and advocacy projects for a range of clients and issues.

Pete Conlin is a producer and four-time entrepreneur specializing in innovation and technology for the media and entertainment industry.

What: The Role of AI in Filmmaking

When: May 18th and 4:00 PM EST.


Sound recordings of past Post Break sessions are available here: https://www.postnewyork.org/page/PNYAPodcasts

Past Post Break sessions in video blog format are available here: https://www.postnewyork.org/blogpost/1859636/Post-Break

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