SF Cutters Meets Thurs May 21, 2015 – Reserve Tickets NOW

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Al Mooney: Adobe Premiere Pro Product Manager
Wipster CEO and Founder: Rollo Wenlock
Sabereh Kashi, Filmmaker: “Home Yet Faraway”

Popcorn Presentations will be drawn for following the break – bring your business cards if you would like to make a 15 sec mic announcement!

Thanks to Adobe Systems and Blackmagic Design for major Sponsorship

Thanks to our SF Cutters Crew:

Thanks to our Raffle Sponsors -

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Doors open 6:30 PM

for Pizza, Peets and Beer courtesy of Wipster, Tables and Networking

Rollo Wenlock: CEO and Founder,Wipster http://wipster.io/

Ben Yennie, Founder Producer Foundry http://www.meetup.com/Producer-Foundry/

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or contact sfcuttster@gmail.com to reserve a table for your company or group?

Tonights[ speakers:

AL Mooney Product Manager Adobe Premiere Pro

We’re thrilled to feature Al Mooney of Adobe to share the newest updates with Adobe Premiere Pro Adobe CC Video & Audio Adobe Creative Cloud – Fresh from #NABShow and the #LasVegas #SuperMeet -

Rollo Wenlock: CEO and Founder,Wipster http://wipster.io/
May 21, 2015 Meeting Sponsor Wipster

Wipster provides a beautiful and intuitive platform for reviewing, approving, and collaborating on video production. Used by thousands of video makers, Wipster streamlines the review workflow by securely sharing the editing process from rough cut to final cuts with your team or clients. We believe people will make better video faster if the client review process is transparent and takes place where it makes the most sense – right on top of the video.


Video Project Management, Video Creation, Video Review and Feedback, Digital Marketing Resources

Please bring your questions about Wipster to Rollo Wenlock at his table and following his presentation

Sabereh Kashi: Filmmaker


#HomeYetFaraway portrays Sabereh Kashi’s journeys through Iran, her reflections on her current life in the U.S., and the discovery of her family’s tradition of making complex geometric Persian-Islamic architecture as a metaphor for her modern multicultural identity.

Sabereh Kashi started her career by making short films and documentaries in Iran. She has worked as a video editor for several North American television and documentary production companies including MTV Networks, Sun TV, and Promises Films. She co-wrote and edited the ITVS documentary Our Summer in Tehran by Academy Award nominee and Emmy Award winner Justine Shapiro.

She has been involved in editing and developing several documentaries, including the PBS- and BBC-broadcasted In the Name of Their Mothers.

Sabereh Kashi’s work has appeared in the International Documentary Festival of Amsterdam, Hot Docs, Inside Out Film Festival, United Nations’ Association Film Festival, Fajr International Film Festival, Cinema Verité Documentary Festival, and many international conferences and screenings. She obtained her BFA and MFA from the University of Tehran, a Post-Diploma in Advanced Television and Film from Sheridan Institute for Technology and Advanced Learning in Canada, and recently completed her PhD in Art Research at Tarbiat Modares University in Tehran. She lives and works in the Bay Area.

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