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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Digital Lunch THIS Friday: Kicking & Screaming Into the Digital Age

How are filmmakers embracing the new tools and digital technologies at our disposal?  Please join us for our next Digital Lunch this Friday at ARTS Lab with local filmmaker -- and tech developer Anton Kozikowski.

WHAT:       Digital Lunch @ UNM:  Kicking & Screaming Into the Digital Age
WHEN:       Friday, April 16, 12 - 1:00 PM
WHERE:     UNM ARTS Lab, 131 Pine St., NE
COST:         Free & Open to the Public (includes lunch)

About Anton Kozikowski:

  • Anton Kozikowski is an Emmy award winning Writer/Producer who cut his teeth at CBS In San Francisco where he produced promotional content for Investigative Reports, Survivor, Super Bowl XXXVIII and Special Projects. 
  • In 2005 Kozikowski established Blur to Focus Productions. His 25 minute documentary film "Climate Change: New Mexico" was featured on Comcast "On-demand" and incorporated NASA Satellite Imaging, Animation, 3D Compositing and interviews from the country's top environmental specialists. The film examined snowpack and streamflow at the Santa Fe watershed. (Currently being presented in science curriculum at several NM schools)
  • In 2009, Kozikowski worked with Mechanical Designer Ed Reasner, and a team of Engineers from Los Alamos labs to develop camera stabilization technology and will be pursuing the patent process in 2010.
  • Kozikowski was recently First AD on a REDCAM film out of New York. The film "Stuck" was shot on the same location as "No Country for Old Men."  He is currently in post production on a short action drama film titled: "Wild Horses" which he directed and produced. Wild Horses was shot using HVX200 and the RedRock M2 lens adapter system (  and is scheduled for release in July.

Digital Lunch at UNM is ARTS Lab's Friday lunchtime get-together with students, teachers and professionals from the community. Special thanks to Cinnafilm for its support.
From ARTS Lab @ UNM

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