HPA NET Demystifies Blockchain Article By Debra Kaufman

Curious about BlockChain technology? Our CEO Ramy Katrib will be moderating a panel on this topic at a HPA luncheon on October 11th. Technology and…

Filmmakers Alliance Pre-Cinegear Shindig

Our CEO Ramy Katrib and our Colorist Dan Judy are presenting at a Pre-Cinegear Shindig tonight hosted by the Filmmakers Alliance. Topics include post workflows…

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DigitalFilm Tree Uses DaVinci, Resolve To Color “The 100”

The CW Series Launched Season Six Recently & Renewed For Season Seven LOS ANGELES Celebrating the debut of the sixth season of the post-apocalyptic, sci-fi…

Michael Horton founder of LACPUG Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

DigitalFilm Tree—DFT—would like to congratulate Michael Horton on his recent Lifetime Achievement Award. Presented by LumaForge during the annual NAB—National Association of Broadcasters—convention this last April, the…

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DigitalFilm Tree’s Ramy Katrib Joins Advanced Imaging Society Board of Governors

Originally posted on Shoot Online. Promising 2019 as the most disruptive and transformative year in the history of media in Hollywood, the Advanced Imaging Society (A.I.S.)…

Technology Outlook – Driving Transformational Shifts

Originally published in Post Magazine December 2018 Issue Technologies like the Unity game engine are arguably the most important developments at a time when our industry…

DFT’s VFX Department gets HPA Awards Nomination

We are thrilled to announce that our VFX department has been nominated for a HPA award for their work on NCIS: Los Angeles! Read about…

“What Keeps you up at night?” A virtual webinar about post-production workflows.

postPerspective’s Randi Altman hosts this virtual webinar featuring our CEO Ramy Katrib along with three other panelists: Imagine Engine’s Ian Spriggs, Levono’s Rob Hoffmann and…

postPerspective Interview on Blockchain with Ramy Katrib

postPerspective’s Randi Altman sits down with our CEO Ramy Katrib to discuss Blockchain Technology at SMPTE 2018.