Join us for an Evening of Cinema!
Sensoria and Independent Movie Cinema (IMC)LLC present: CPCC’s 9th Annual Digital Film People affair.
FREE and open to the PUBLIC, Digital Film People is North Carolina’s primary bridge between local talent and Film industry professionals. Prepare to be inspired, motivated and connected with short films made by Charlotte area filmmakers and CPCC students. Learn from the best with a panel of speakers ready to answer your questions!
It is an honor to announce 2015’s Special Guest, Director Noah Hutton.
This year’s panel will also include , Visual Effects Supervisor, Eric Ho, Director for 100 Words Film Festival, Scott Galloway and David Auger, CEO of MI-Connection.
Visit CPCC’s Halton Theater (Overcash Building) for an evening of fun!!
Add Digital Film People to your calendar TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 2015, 7:30PM and watch film, Charlotte style!
Emanuel Noah Hutton is director of 2009’s Oxford Film Festival winning documentary, “Crude Independence.” The SXSW debut examined the oil industry’s transplant in the United States heartland. His 2014 film, “Deep Time,” is a follow-up to “Crude Independence” and graced the screens of this year’s SXSW Film Festival!
Hutton’s other works include: “King for Two Days” a portrait of Legendary Drummer Dave King (The Bad Plus), and a plethora of music videos and art curations. He has currently dedicated himself to “The Blue Brain Project.” This 15 year longitudinal project on the Human Brain takes him on location to Geneva, Switzerland. Hutton also acts as Creative Director of New York Production House Couple 3 Films.
Hutton was born in Los Angeles, California, to actors Timothy Hutton and Debra Winger. He graduated from Wesleyan University, where he studied Art History and Neuroscience. He hopes to one day to write and direct a narrative screenplay.
David Auger is the successful Owner and Chief Operating Officer for Auger Media Group, LLC., and CEO for Mi-Connections cable and internet network.
After graduating from Michigan Technological University in 1977, Auger worked his way up in his career with Warner Amex Cable, where he began working various marketing jobs, including Director of Marketing and Vice President of Marketing. He also worked as a publisher for The Los Angeles Daily News. Eventually, he became employed by Time Warner Cable as the Vice President/General Manager, and later promoted to Division President.
For his many endeavors, he managed to build a very positive reputation through his financial and marketing accomplishments. He left Time Warner Cable in 2006 and began his own consulting and investing firm, called Auger Media Group, LLC.
He was later employed by Mi- Connections, a cable and telecommunication system offering Cable TV, High-Speed Internet and Phone. Auger was hired to advise the company’s transition in becoming locally owned, serving Morrisville, Davidson, and Cornelius, North Carolina. Soon after, he was announced CEO.
Eric K Ho is a Visual Effects (VFX) Artist with training as a 3D Generalist from The DAVE School (Digital Animation and Visual Effects) and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, with double majors in Finance and Marketing, from University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
His VFX work can be seen in NASCAR commercials and in the films Expendables 3 and Glory Days. Ho has taken his keen eye for art, desire to create, and technical expertise in VFX to create the perfect combinations of all elements.
For more information and examples of his work go to ekho3d.com
Scott Galloway is Owner of SUSIE Film Company, creator of the 100 Word Film Festival, Co-Owner of Tentmaker Entertainment, Executive Producer of Scripps Production and writer & producer of Cintel Production.
Galloway’s passion for storytelling brought him to the film industry, upon graduating from college in Tennessee as a History Major. With much ambition and hard work, Scott fulfilled a dream becoming a screen-writer for film company E.W. Scripps. Employment for Scripps assisted him in building skills in various behind the scenes positions and development of a loyal cliental base.
He moved to Charlotte and formed Telemaker Company with colleague, Cecil Stokes. He then went on to create SUSIE Film Company, which he named after his mother. Galloway has produced over 650 television programs with SUSIE Films, collaborating with ABC, Travel Channel, Food Network, and many more popular networks.
Understanding the needs of up and coming filmmakers, Scott created the 100 Words Film Festival. This festival allows aspiring filmmakers to showcase their work and gain recognition. It also attracts the possibility of further work in the film industry. 100 Words was created for filmmakers to tell a story without relying so heavily on the spoken word.