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The 8th IMAGO/FNF Oslo Digital Cinema Conference 2023
16th to 18th June 2023
IMAGO and FNF, the Norwegian Society of Cinematographers, will in cooperation with the
Norwegian Film Institute, Nordisk Film & Tv Fond, plus FSF and DFF, the Swedish and Danish Societies of Cinematographers,
arrange the 2023 Oslo Digital Cinema Conference ODCC.
Target group: Cinematographers (Also: Producers, production designers, directors and post-production)
Location:The Norwegian Film Institute (Filmens Hus), Dronningens gate 16, 0152 Oslo
NB: Changes/additions in the program will occur.
Friday 16th June
12.00 Arrival, registration.
13.00 Conference opening
13.10 Working conditions for cinematographers: National and international challenges..
Bjørn Brem, Lawyer, Norwegian Filmworkers Union NFF.
13.40 Latest news from Sony. Info session Daniel Listh, Sony
14.10 All you need to know about virtual production in 45 minutes. Janniche Mikkelsen FNF.
15.00 Coffee break
15.45 The digital ChromoGen. Daniele Siragusano, FilmLight
The Film look is all present in modern motion pictures. But why do we like the Film Look, and who can we evolve
from this visual Plato? Daniele Siragusano explains the reasoning and motivation behind FilmLight's novel Look
Development Framework, and shows how to use Chromogen to create novel looks.
17.30 Photon Path. How a digital image is processed. Philippe Ros AFC, Imago Tech Comm
18.30 Social gathering and drinks. Film institute café. Sponsored by TBA
Saturday 17th June
09.30 “A Rare Grand Alignment” Case study Virtual production. The creative process between cinematographer and VR team
while shooting a majority of the film with Virtual reality/Volume LED. Vision, Previz, Breakdown, VFX, Texture, Size and
more. John Chr Rosenlund FNF, Dave Stump ASC, ARRI Virtual Solutions, a.o.
11.00 Led Walls, pros and cons – Philippe Ros AFC IMAGO TC
12.30 6 Color Light Engine RGBACL and latest trends in LED lighting. What´s next in LED lighting?
Morten Hjerde, Gründer/entrepreneur and CTO Rift Labs.
12.50 Cinematography Master Class : TBA
15.00 Coffee break
15.45 The importance of full service film labs in a digital World. Christian Martinsen, CineLab London
16.10 Extended reality in Real Time. Dave Stump ASC
17.30 Diversity and inclusion – where are we today? Elen Lotman ESC and Bojana Andric SAS
18.00 What is cooking at ARRI? Steve Cavalitis, Camera Nordic TBA
18.30 End of Saturday´s program
19.30 Bus departure for ODCC conference party - Storyline studio.
Sunday 18th June
10.00 The Nordic Light. Sven Nykvist 100 years. Lars Pettersson FSF
10.30 Master Class: Eben Bolter BSC. The production of “The last of us” for HBO.
The story of adapting a video game to acclaimed tv series.
13.00 The importance of preservation of our Digital film-cultural heritage, and next stage of ACES II.
(Changes may occur)
13.45 Near Real-Time (NRT) Visual effects / Live action workflow in the film "Comandante".
The ‘Comandante’ team employed Cooke Optics /i Technology factory lens mapping system to automate the process.
Dave Stump ASC.
14.30 FNF ARRI Alexa 35 test project presentation. Ole Andreas Grøntvedt FNF
15.00 Conference end
And more: There will be social gatherings, updates on IMAGO´s World-wide work, information on new developments to
ease the work of Cinematographers and our colleagues, updates on cinematographers
working conditions. New equipment, tools, new lights and lenses will be presented for hands on.
NOK 700.- (Eur 60.-) for members of Imago Societies, the Norwegian Society of Cinematographers FNF and
Norsk filmforbund NFF (The Norwegian Union of Film workers).
The participation fee for companies, non-IMAGO membes and non members of the Societites/Unions above: NOK 1.450.- (EUR 125.-)
The participation fee includes coffee all days, light lunch Saturday and Sunday, welcoming reception Friday evening and and
dinner party and drinks Saturday evening.
Coming from abroad? Apply for grant:
FNF and IMAGO has a number of grants to cover the participation fee for Imago Society members who are travelling from
abroad with extensive travel expenses. Before registering, please apply for this grant. Contact info below.
Filmens hus / The Norwegian Film Institute
Dronningensgate 16, 0152 Oslo, Norway
The Conference hotel is Comfort Børsparken Hotel.
Address: Tollbu gate 4, 0152 Oslo. Telephone: 2247 1718.
The hotel is centrally located, three minute walk from the ODCC location (The Norwegian Film Insitute), and three minutes from the harbour, the Opera and the Central Station. The conference hotel might be filled up quickly, but there are also other convenient and reasonably priced hotels in the nearby vicinity.
Try Booking.com, or contact us for information or help if needed.
Registration deadline: June 15th 2023
For Norwegian participants, please use this link to register
International participants, for registration, application for grants or further information, contact Paul René Roestad on email or phone:
Telephone +47 9209 1400
Telephone +47 9209 1400
Location: Dronningensgate 20
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