NAB Show New York Features New Cine Live Lab
NAB Show New York is introducing the Cine Live Lab, a new destination on the show floor featuring daily, hands-on demonstrations of the latest tools and techniques in cinematic storytelling and live broadcast production. Presented in partnership with AbelCine, the Cine Live Lab is open to all NAB Show New York badge holders and will take place October 19-20 at the Javits Center.
The Cine Live Lab, designed to highlight the synergies between cinematic and broadcast style production, will feature three premier sessions from AbelCine. Presentation topics include managing cinematic multi-cam projects, audience experience goals, identifying production team member roles, as well as equipment and skillsets required of crews.
Additional sessions will teach techniques in camera operations needed to get the best shot, from lensing and focus to set up and framing. Leading companies driving advancements in content creation and cinema will demonstrate their wares. Supporting partners also include Sony, Fujinon, Reidel and Multidyne.
“We are in a transformative time in which cinematic storytelling tools and techniques are being applied to live performance and broadcast productions. The approach that is emerging on these projects is a combination of cinema and broadcast production talent and disciplines. We are pleased to present Cine Live Lab to foster these discussions and bring the creative community together,” said Pete Abel, co-founder and CEO, AbelCine.
“We are excited to offer this dedicated area of the show floor exclusively at NAB Show New York for the cine and broadcasting community to gain exposure and hands-on experience with the latest equipment transforming production and post workflows,” said Chris Brown, executive vice president and managing director of Global Connections and Events at NAB.
The Cine Consortium launched in November 2021 in Los Angeles to help NAB Show and its affiliated events identify opportunities, such as the Cine Live Lab, that serve to educate and unite the cinema, production, post and broader content creation communities. Members include studios, guilds, societies, and technologists.