Sundance 2017 — Adobe Premiere Pro Panel With David Lowery, Jennifer Phang and Kyle Patrick Alvarez

David Lowery, Jennifer Phang and Kyle Patrick Alvarez stop by 500 Main Street in Park City to talk with Adobe for a panel on editors and directors using Premiere Pro to edit feature length films
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Sundance 2017 — TIME & DATE & LOCATION —  Lights, Camera, Edit: Directing with an Editorial Eye

3—4.30pm
Friday 1/20
500 Main Street

Sundance 2017 Q+A —  Lights, Camera, Edit: Directing with an Editorial Eye

Adobe’s Lights, Camera, Edit: Directing with an Editorial Eye panel is set for tomorrow afternoon from 3-4.30pm in Park City. The panel features directors using and familiar with Adobe Premiere Pro CC: David Lowery, Jennifer Phang and Kyle Patrick Alvarez. For those of you at home, the panel will also be streamed live via YouTube here. HDVP will be there, as well, so follow via social media for live commentary at Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow Adobe Creative Cloud at Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

David Lowery, Jennifer Phang and Kyle Patrick Alvarez stop by 500 Main Street in Park City to talk with Adobe for a panel on editors and directors using Premiere Pro to edit feature length films
David Lowery, Jennifer Phang and Kyle Patrick Alvarez stop by 500 Main Street in Park City to talk with Adobe for a panel on editors and directors using Premiere Pro to edit feature length films

Lowery, known most recently for his Sundance 2017 entry, Ghost Story, as well as the creative vision behind Disney’s Pete’s Dragon live-action redux, began as an editor on films like Bad Fever, Sun Don’t Shine, and Upstream Color. Acquired by Netflix, director Jennifer Phang’s second film, Advantageous, won the U.S. Dramatic Competition Special Jury Prize at Sundance 2015, while Kyle Patrick Alvarez is known for his third film, The Stanford Prison Experiment, which stars Billy Crudup, and was acquired at Sundance by IFC Films, also in 2015. His second film, C.O.G., the first feature to be based on a David Sedaris book, was also screened at Sundance in 2013. Recently he also directed three episodes of the Netflix series Thirteen Reasons Why. (Read an interview with Phang on why she switched from Final Cut to Adobe Premiere Pro.)

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