Saturday, March 12
2:00PM - 3:00PM
Stephen F Austin
Capital Ballroom B
701 Congress Ave
Your film is complete, you’ve had a great premier and you’re in deep negotiations with a distributor, so what’s the problem? No deal will be complete without a long list of deliverables, which you may not have. These can add a significant expense to a production’s budget, and those expenses are intensified if proper attention hasn’t been paid from the early stages. Deliverables Today will dissect a standard delivery sheet for an independent film to a distributor, looking at what items a distributor requires and why. We will examine some of the often-overlooked elements that filmmakers should be thinking about throughout production that will help down the line when a deal is in place.
Brandon Thomas is a Partner, Post Supervisor, and Colorist at TBD Post in Austin, TX. TBD is a post-production facility that provides creative editorial, motion graphics, visual effects, color grad...Show the rest
Brandon Thomas is a Partner, Post Supervisor, and Colorist at TBD Post in Austin, TX. TBD is a post-production facility that provides creative editorial, motion graphics, visual effects, color grading and finishing for commercials, television, and independent films.Hide the rest
Broad Green Pictures
Jo Dee Freck
SVP/Home Video Operations
Broad Green Pictures
Colorist & Editor
Stuck On On
Parke is a colorist and DI editor with over 40 film and TV credits. Originally a student of architecture, he has always been interested in images and technology. After an stint as IBM/Tivoli’s Mana...Show the rest
Parke is a colorist and DI editor with over 40 film and TV credits. Originally a student of architecture, he has always been interested in images and technology. After an stint as IBM/Tivoli’s Manager of New Media, he launched Pointsphere in 1999, a new media consulting firm. Soon, deciding to leave the corporate world behind, he jetted off to Saipan to scuba dive, work as a private eye and run an aerial kite photography business. After four years, he came back to Austin, where he was the Post Production Supervisor 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. Parke was the colorist and DI editor on Richard Linklater's Everybody Wants Some, Boyhood, Before Midnight and Hulu series Up to Speed. He was also the editor and colorist for Jeff Nichols's Take Shelter.
His other films include: Tower, A Song For You, Lazer Team, Zero Charisma, Before you Know It, Somebody Up There Likes Me, The Taiwan Oyster, Butcher Boys, Restive, Where Soldiers Come From, The Eyes of Me, and The Happy Poet. His award winning long-format work has screened at Cannes, Berlin, Sundance, Toronto, Venice, SXSW, and several other film festivals.Hide the rest