Join us and the FCPUG Network at NAB for the largest gathering of FCP Gurus and users on the Planet
- Where? Brasilia Ball Room,
Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
3700 West Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV 89103
Free Shuttle service from Caesar's Palace, Bally's, Paris and Harrah's Hotels
- When? Wednesday, April 26, 6:30M till 9:30PM (doors open 5:00PM)
- Why? - Because you need to get out and learn something and then PARTY!! (Last year, more than one thousand people turned out for the event)
- How much? Just $15.00 for online purchase (includes 3 raffle tickets). $20.00 at the door (includes one raffle ticket).
- Click HERE to buy your tickets. (NOTE: If you are having problems with registration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is open to the public. Seating is first come first serve.
Food and cash Bar will be available
Over $50,000 dollars worth of Raffle prizes...so far
Registration and Tickets are on sale NOW. You must register to attend this event. Hurry, as this event will most likely sell out.
Click here to buy your tickets and please read the event details carefully
Agenda (subject to change and it probably will)
5:00PM - Doors open
5:30PM - 6:30PM - Mixer
Hang around our sponsors in the Vendor area, meet and greet each other and generally eat, drink and be merry.
6:30PM - 6:40PM - Introduction of FCPUG leaders
FCP User Group leaders from around the world will be in attendance and we will introduce them to you. Who knows, you might have a FCP UG in your own back yard.
6:45PM - 7:00PM - Something Super Secret from -BlackMagic Design
7:05PM - 7:10PM - "What are you doing with Final Cut Studio?" - Mark Spencer
Luis Miguel's 2005/2006 worldtour.
7:10PM - 7:15PM - "What are you doing with Final Cut Studio?" - John Bidleman
"Guitar Planet," a reality show, set among the vineyards of Sonoma County, showcases the work of master luthier, Tom Ribbecke, as he faces the daily challenge of building his newly formed guitar factory while keeping his crew of social misfits in line, on budget and on schedule to produce the exquisite and most sought-after custom instruments on the market today.
7:15PM - 7:20PM - "What are you doing with Final Cut Studio?" - Paul Mogg
Carrier" is the first feature film by British born writer/director Paul-Didier Mogg.
7:20PM - 7:25PM - "What are you doing with Final Cut Studio?" - JD Cochran
"Paved With Good Intentions" tells two stories; one following a repo man out to prove his estranged brother wasn't the golden boy everyone always thought. The second involves his dead brother, a corporate scandal and the truth.
7:25PM - 7:30PM - "What are you doing with Final Cut Studio?" - Charles Roberts
"Day of the Cabbage" is a 10 minute monster movie featuring an all-vegetable cast (including the monster!) It is a comic tribute to 60's Japanese kaiju films, as well as to the anarchic comedy of groups like the Firesign Theatre.
7:30PM - 7:45PM - Something Super Secret - JVC
7:50PM - 7:55PM - "What are you doing with Final Cut Studio?" - David Mallin
"Zambian Forge" is a feature-length documentary (84 minutes) exploring the lives of refugees in Meheba Refugee Settlement within Zambia, Africa.
8:00PM - 8:05PM - "What are you doing with Final Cut Studio?" - Wendy Walker
"Hollywood UFO" (Feature Doc) Journey into a community of self-styled paranormal investigators and alleged abductees that stretches from East Hollywood to Nevada's Area 51.
8:05PM - 8:10PM - "What are you doing with Final Cut Studio?" - Tom Meegan
Four Clips containing approximately 2:16 of work I did for Fox Sports during Major League Baseball's 2005 Post Season.
8:10PM - 8:25PM - Something Super Secret - Jon Thorn - AJA
From Jon: ""What AJA announces at NAB is big... I mean BIG. People are gonna want to see this."
8:30PM - 9:00PM - Break
Another chance to meet and greet, buy more raffle tickets, get your problems solved from the FCP Gurus walking around, talk to vendors, buy drinks, desperately search for any left over food, and stretch your legs.
9:00PM - 9:50PM - The latest from Apple - Paul Saccone, Brian Meaney
FCS product manager Paul Saconne and FCP product designer Brian Meaney will show and tell. There will be time for questions and feedback.
9:50PM - to when we drop - World Famous raffle
With close to $60,000 worth of raffle prizes to give out we need to find a more appropriate name for this years raffle.