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SMPTE Hollywood Features VFX Producer Brooke Noska on “Ask a Hollywood Expert”


Brooke Noska
Brooke Noska (Photo: SMPTE)

SMPTE Hollywood has announced the next entry in its Career Advice: Ask a Hollywood Expert webinar series, scheduled for October 1 at noon PDT, which will be Emmy-nominated VFX Producer Brooke Noska. Some of Noska’s recent credits include Netflix‘s RatchedRyan Murphy‘s previous FX series American Horror Story, and The Orville for Fox.

During the webinar, hosted by SMPTE Hollywood manager Kylee Peña, Ms. Noska will offer advice to aspiring industry professionals looking to follow in her footsteps into the world of visual FX. She brings a world of experience across episodic television, reality TV and features.

You can register for the FREE webinar at the link below:

The upcoming schedule for Career Advice: Ask a Hollywood Expert webinars can be found below, and you can get more info on the SMPTE Hollywood site. Past events can be viewed on the SMPTE YouTube page.

Oct. 15: Jett Galindo, mastering engineer, The Bakery

Oct. 29: Monica Escalante, assistant colorist, Marvel Studios

Nov. 5: Valentina Vee, director/cinematographer/editor/Adobe Max master trainer

Nov. 19: A’sia Horne, assistant editor and non-profit leader

Dec. 3: Francisco Melendez, supervising post engineering technician, Sim, Los Angeles

Dec. 10: Bridgette Powell, r&d production engineer, Industrial Light & Magic

Dec. 17: Jaclyn Pytlarz, staff researcher/applied vision science, Dolby Laboratories

Sponsors for these webinars include: ArtisansPR, Avid, Bebop Technology,, Nutanix, Pixitmedia, TWE Solutions and Leon Silverman.

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