San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 18, 2006
The Final Cut Pro User Group Network today announced that tickets are available for the Sixth Annual MWSF FCPUG Network Supermeet. This January 10th event takes place during the MacWorld Conference and Expo 2007 in San Francisco, CA. This much-anticipated event is hosted by Final Cut Pro User Groups from Boston, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Mexico, United Kingdom and more.
Industry leaders will share their stories, solutions and creativity. Scheduled to appear is Associate Editor Sean Cullen, who is currently working with legendary film editor Walter Murch on Francis Coppola's new film, "Youth Without Youth." Edited with Apple's Final Cut Pro and shot using the Sony HDC F950 HD Cam, this film marks the first time that Murch and Coppola are going "filmless." Sean will share details of their tapeless Final Cut Pro workflow with attendees. Also on the agenda is Angus Wall, who just completed editing "Zodiac" for director David Fincher. Edited using Final Cut Pro, this film was shot using the Grass Valley Viper Film Stream camera. Angus and tech consultant Andreas Wacker will discuss their all-tapeless workflow. Rounding out the evening is an assortment of Show and Tells, a special appearance by Apple personnel, World Famous Raffle valued at over $36,000 and more.
This event takes place Wednesday, January 10, 2007 from 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM at the Mezzanine Club in downtown San Francisco, CA, walking distance from the Moscone Center. This event promises to be the largest gathering of Final Cut Pro users, Gurus and digital filmmakers in the world. Tickets are only $10.00 per person and include two raffle tickets. Food and a cash bar will be available throughout the evening. This event always sells out, so buy your tickets now. You can purchase tickets online at: http://www.lafcpug.org/macworld_07.html.
Raffle prizes now total over $36,000. Among the highlights, Silverado Systems will provide a 7-day free rental of a RED Digital Cinema Camera ($14k value); AJA will give away a Kona LH or LHe capture card ($1790 value); Blackmagic Design provided two new Intensity HD HDMI capture cards; G-tech donated three G-Raid Minis ($1450 value); Lowel contributed a DV Creators light kit ($1800 value); Matrox will give away a MXO HD converter ($1000 value); and Focus Enhancements provided a FireStore DTE Recorder (value $1400). Additional prizes will be announced at the event.
The final agenda will be set one week before the event. Until then, it's top secret. For updated information including directions to the Mezzanine Club as well as a link to buy tickets, click the 6TH Annual MWSF FCPUG Network Supermeet link at: http://www.lafcpug.org/macworld_07.html.
Final Cut Pro user group members who would like to attend MacWorld are eligible for an Exhibit Hall Only pass at the discounted price of $25. To receive this Exhibit Hall Only pass, register at http://www.macworldexpo.com/D-WWTC. Online registration is available through January 12, 2007. Badges will be available at the Attendee Will Call Area in The Moscone Center.
About the Final Cut Pro User Group Network
The Final Cut Pro User Group Network is an umbrella organization of more than 60 Final Cut Pro and Digital Video user group communities around the world. The FCPUG Network builds connections between Final Cut Pro enthusiasts, digital filmmakers and broadcast professionals who wish to lead the Digital Filmmaking revolution. The FCPUG Network provides both advocacy and education about Digital Filmmaking on the Macintosh and membership opportunities for learning and professional growth. For more information, visit http://www.fcpugnetwork.org.
(Final Cut Pro is a trademarked video editing solution by Apple Computer.)