An interview from the 2014 Band Pro Film & Digital One World Open House in Burbank, California with James Mathers of the Digital Cinema Society. The Digital Cinema Society is a nonprofit educational cooperative dedicated to the industry's informed integration of new technology. Formed in 2003, as an outgrowth of a pro bono documentary on the subject of Digital Cinema, we now have an international membership nearing 6,000 and count some of the top filmmaking, technology, and business leaders in the Entertainment Industry among our membership. Academy Award winners to aspiring Filmmakers, Educators, and Students are joined by artists from every production and post discipline including dozens of ASC Cinematographers, ACE Editors, leading Technologists, and top management from Manufacturers, Studios, Exhibitors, and Networks.
In this interview James talks with us about his upbringing in Film & Television, the Digital Cinema Society (D.C.S.), and the future of Digital Filmmaking.