Video Coverage: HPA Tech Retreat’s making of The Lost Lederhosen
By Randi Altman
At the HPA Tech Retreat in Rancho Mirage, California, the Supersession was a little different this year. Under the leadership of Joachim (JZ) Zell — who you might know from his day job as VP of technology at EFILM — the Supersession focused on the making of the short film, The Lost Lederhosen, in “near realtime,” in the desert. And postPerspective was there, camera in hand, to interview a few of the folks involved.
Watch our video coverage here.
While production for the film began a month before the Retreat — with Steve Shaw, ASC, directing and DP Roy H. Wagner Jr., ASC, lending his cinematography talents — some scenes were shot the morning of the session with data transfer taking place during lunch and post production in the afternoon. Peter Moss, ASC, and Sam Nicholson, ASC, also provided their time and expertise. After an active day of production, cloud-based post and extreme collaboration, the Supersession ended with the first-ever screening of The Lost Lederhosen, the story of Helga and her friend Hans making their way to Los Angeles, Zell and the HBA (Hollywood Beer Alliance). Check out HPA’s trailer here.
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