The 2022 NAB Show will explore the latest technologies and techniques reinventing the storytelling process through special sessions, deep dive examinations and panel discussions. Content creators will gain exclusive insight into the creative choices and innovations behind recent hit film and television productions during NAB Show, held April 23–27 in Las Vegas, Nev.
On Sunday, April 24, the session “Creative Camera Conversations: Nightmare Alley” will feature camera operators Gilles Corbeil and Doug Lavender discussing the challenges and creative solutions in making the Academy Award nominated film. During the session, produced in partnership with Create a sphere and Society of Camera Operators, Corbeil and Lavender will discuss working with filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and the unique artistic collaboration that is created on his sets.
Also on Sunday, the session “Merging Reality With Fantasy: Virtual Production & Visual Effects on HBO Max’s ‘Our Flag Means Death’” will feature a discussion on how to use modern production tools in new ways to fit any budget level. Produced in partnership with BlackMagic Design, Stargate Studios CEO and founder Sam Nicholson and visual effects supervisor Dave Van Dyke will talk about using modern virtual tools and massive, high-resolution imagery to create the most compelling story possible. Produced in partnership with American Cinema Editors (ACE),
“Good Is No Fun at All: The Making of ‘The Bad Guys’” on April 25 will take attendees on a deep dive into the just-released animated feature “The Bad Guys.” The Hollywood Reporter’s Carolyn Giardina will discuss with director Pierre Perifel and editor John Venzon the creative decisions behind their adaptation of the New York Times best-selling book series.
On April 25, “Remote Collaboration: The Making of Everything Everywhere All At Once” will explore how the creative minds behind the sci-fi action adventure overcame the challenges of the pandemic, lockdown and a far-flung roster of filmmaking talent. Editor Paul Rodgers will sit down with Meagan Keane, principal product marketing manager at Adobe Pro Video, to discuss how he created the film through cloud-based collaboration and shared technology.
The Tuesday session “Out of This World: Virtual Production on Roninfilm’s ‘Gods of Mars’” will feature a discussion between the creative team behind the sci-fi epic about utilizing cutting edge realtime virtual production techniques. Academy Award-winning DP/VFX supervisor David Stump, director/producer Peter Hyoguchi, virtual production producer Joan Bevan Webb, lead Unreal tech Charles Jones and editor Robert Dias will discuss building a world in the Unreal Engine, pre-viz, live-action Smart Stage lensing, work-flow and more.