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SuperMeet announces free educational workshops

Final Cut Studio, Adobe, Avid editors and digital filmmakers from around the world will gather together for the Tenth Annual San Francisco SuperMeet, to be held on Friday, Jan. 28, at the UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco, California.

Free educational workshops will be offered during the day by Canon, Adobe, Avid and Blackmagic Design. Bay Area filmmakers will also have a chance to screen content in the SuperMeet Digital Showcase featuring 30 software and hardware developers.

Tickets to the SuperMeet are now available for purchase online for US$15 each (plus ticket fee) and $10 (plus ticket fee) for students. Registration for the free educational workshops are also currently online.

Free educational workshops will be offered during the day prior to the SuperMeet, featuring fresh content from Canon, Adobe, Avid and Blackmagic Design. Workshop attendees have 12 sessions to choose from.

The workshops will end at 4 pm at which time the doors open to the “SuperMeet Digital Showcase” featuring over 30 vendors, cash bars, free hors d’oeuvres and the “Open Screen Theater,” where digital filmmakers get a chance to screen their own content in front of their peers.

The SuperMeet stage show will begin at 7 pm and feature presentations from Canon, AJA and Autodesk, Pixel Corp’s Alex Lindsay and Final Cut Studio Gurus, Steve Martin and Abba Shapiro. Plus there will be “show and tells” from Bay Area filmmakers and the “World Famous Raffle, where over $50,000 worth of prizes will be handed out. To register for the free Workshops and purchase tickets for the SuperMeet go to the SuperMeet web page (http://supermeet.com).

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