MotionElements recently sponsored ‘Fix It In Post’, an interesting and insightful event that was hosted in New York on 16th September by Blue Collar Post Collective. We wanted to tell you a little bit more about it…
Fix It In Post was held to demystify the post-production workflow. This event was a town-hall style in-depth discussion into the post-production process, right from acquisition to delivery. Attendees discussed some of the best production practices in an ever-changing business world, with technology evolving by the day. This produced great scope for conversation, and the discussions were enthusiastic, insightful and fruitful to say the least.
We were delighted to sponsor a Blue Collar Post Collective (BCPC) event. For those who are unaware, the BCPC is a focused, accessible grassroots initiative, which supports New York’s young post-production professionals. The group works to offer unique opportunities for these professionals to develop their careers, and one of the main ways they do this is through collaboration. They promote a community whereby emerging talent and post-production professionals can communicate effectively, get to know each other, and support each other.
As Asia’s leading microstock marketplace for video makers worldwide, collaborative working and creating opportunities is something we are exceptionally passionate about, and, of course, BCPC and MotionElements both operate within the same industry, so to be a part of this event was exciting for us. This is the first time we have collaborated, and we certainly hope to do so again very soon.
At the event, which took place at B&H Event Space (420 9th Ave/34th Street), we sponsored ME credit coupons as raffle draw prizes. The winners will now have the opportunity to purchase any of our after effects, animations, videos, music, 3D, and motion clips from our marketplace, with plenty of stock motion elements being available for them to choose from.
Afterwards, we all enjoyed refreshments in the Studio Technology Center, and as you can imagine, the discussions continued further. We hope this is just the start of many future events of a similar nature, and we would love to see you and discuss your ideas and opinions. As they say, two heads are better than one, and the success of Fix It In Post only reinstated our view that collaboration is the way forward.