SF Cutters San Francisco Meeting Tues April 30 6:30PM

SF Cutters Meeting Tuesday April 30, 2019

Meeting Registration is FREE, but you must be registered under your own name to enter the meeting.

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We are VERY Pleased to have TWO Local Bay Area Filmmakers Presenting, Francis Crossman, Vincent Cortez and Kevin Monahan Hosting for our Sponsor Adobe Systems at 601 Townsend, in San Francisco

Francis Crossman

F. Crossman Speaker at SF Cutters April 30, 2019

F. Crossman Speaker at SF Cutters April 30, 2019

FRANCIS CROSSMAN is currently a Software Quality Engineer with Adobe working on the Premiere Pro Color Team. You may have enjoyed his work as Senior Video Editor for the San Francisco Opera for ten years


Francis will be presenting Adobe Announcements from NAB for PremierePro – he has been creating the videos that you will see online and at NAB.

Feel free to bring questions about PremierePro or your work or about Francis’ experience.

Vincent Cortez of Mitchell Street Pictures

Vincent Cortez of Mitchell Street Pictures

Vincent Cortez Mitchell Street Pictures

Writer | Director | Producer | Editor | Composer

Vincent Cortez is an Oakland CA based filmmaker who became passionate about storytelling in his youth and developed his craft as he grew. After graduating from SFSU’s Cinema Program, he launched his own company, Mitchell Street Pictures, where he focused on directing content that is diverse and compelling. His short films have been distributed internationally on both big and small screens, including his short film “Dad” which was picked up by PBS and “Darkness of Night” which premiered on El Rey Network. Besides his work directing, Vincent has also functioned as a writer, producer, editor and composer on various projects.

Focusing on universal themes, Vincent has created high-concept/low-budget films that blend and cross genres, with character and story at the forefront. His desire to tell inclusive stories that represent people-of-color and women authentically stem from his Latino culture and his background growing up in a multi-cultural community. In addition to narrative films, Vincent has worked on corporate and commercial projects with clients ranging from Google to Samsung.

Vincent will be screening a short work in progress “The Lost” and give a talk about his process, plus Q and A.

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