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Color Story: Adding Character in Post

Colors, textures and effects play a pivotal role in the way we experience film. The darker the color; the more somber the tone, the brighter the picture; the happier a scene may feel, a heightened color will draw the eye - there is an essential storytelling element in the colors, textures used within a film.

Color can be used to maintain the look of your film, set the tone and set it apart. It is an integral part of the process of adding and creating character and a unique style for your film. Join this hands-on workshop as speakers (listed when confirmed) give examples and ideas on how the post-production color process can enhance the visual experience of your story.


Parke Gregg Colorist/Editor Stuck On On

Parke Gregg won his first Summit, Addy and Telly awards as IBM Tivoli's Manager of New Media, and later in 1999, he launched Pointsphere, a new media consulting firm. He was the Post Production Supervisor on the CNBC television series American Made and Associate Producer for the Emmy Award winning PBS documentary series The State of Tomorrow.

In 2007, with partners Allison Turrell and Lyman Hardy, he formed Stuck On On, an audio and visual post production company, where he is the lead colorist and editor. His long-format work has screened at Cannes, Sundance, Venice, Sydney, SxSW, Toronto, Fantastic Fest, Austin, and Los Angeles Film Festivals.

Parke’s projects include Before Midnight, Take Shelter, Up to Speed, Before You Know It, Zero Charisma, Bounceback, Boneboys, Somebody Up There Likes Me, The Taiwan Oyster, Restive, and The Happy Poet. He is the colorist/DI Editor on four movies at this year's SxSW.

Steve Bannerman VP Mktg Assimilate Inc

A pioneer in the digital media industry, Bannerman is recognized for highly innovative go-to-market strategies for such companies as ASSIMILATE, Apple, GenArts and CastStream.

Bannerman’s career highlights include the founding of Caststream, a successful streaming media company, which was acquired by Tarantella, and subsequently by Sun Microsystems, and the launch of Apple’s QuickTime TV Network, the world’s first content delivery network optimized for streaming video. At GenArts, a leading visual-effects software company, Bannerman launched the company’s first integrated sales and marketing effort. Bannerman has successfully launched new businesses and over 30 new products into a range of markets that include media & entertainment, consumer, enterprise and telecom