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Claudine Marrotte is a New York City based Creative and Tactical Producer of Film and Television with a Holistic Approach. She strives to create balance on her sets by providing healthy food, team work, celebrating crew (their successes and mistakes) and setting realistic, workable expectations. Her commitment to excellence has led her to be appointed as the Co-Chairwoman of the Producers Guild of America Green Committee (PGA) and membership in the Director’s Guild of America (DGA).

In addition, she guests lectures at NYU Film School, Columbia Film School and the Made In New York Production Assistant Training Program which provides unemployed and low-income New York City residents with training and placement into entry-level positions in film and television production.

Recent projects include Z: The Beginning of Everything starring Christina Ricci, I am Michael, starring James Franco & Zack Quinto (Sundance Premiere) and Manhattan Nocturne starring Adrien Brody & Yvonne Strahovski.



Anatomy of a Workflow – Minimizing Costs for Productions, sponsored by Panasonic

For producers, we’re currently living in the Golden Age of accessible filmmaking tools. But with newly affordable digital camera and post-production technologies such as large 4K sensors and inexpensive subscription-based post-finishing systems, it’s now possible for a producer to keep production and post-production costs low while still maintaining top production value. Topics of discussion will include budgeting for the highest quality camera, reducing lighting expenses, creating cost-efficient workflows, and more. We’ll also examine emerging technologies such as 4K capture, HDR (High Dynamic Range), and VR (Virtual Reality).