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Greatest Hits: music video production uncovered

Watch our webinar to find out how Sony Music’s Mike Marchlewski, freelance director Tom Swindell and renowned cinematographer Nino Leitner shoot attention-grabbing music videos that get every artist noticed.

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Star Performers
A great-looking music video can be the difference between make or break. With the right gear and the right attitude, you’ll maximise any performer’s potential… while building a winning name for yourself.

With webinar host Nino, they’ll be discussing:

•     Look like a million dollars: shoot attention-grabbing music videos on real-world budgets
•     From storyboard to screen: conveying your artist’s vision
•     Master your art: which cameras and lenses work best
•     Telling a musical story: schedules, locations and shot lists
•     Capture a great performance: taking care of lighting and audio
•     Making the cut: break into the industry and get your work noticed

Your Webinar Team


Nino Leitner is an award winning filmmaker, Director of Photography and producer based in Vienna, with a lot of creative music videos under his belt. He also focuses on documentary, commercial and corporate film production with his production company Nino Film GmbH. He runs the world-renowned camera gear blog cinema5D.com with two partners.
Tom Swindell is a freelance DOP and director. He's been making films for 15 years with with over 9 years of experience in Broadcast Television, Music Videos and Branded Content. Now working primarily as a DOP Tom has recently been filming a variety of ‘branded content’ for Vice as well as directing music videos.
Mike Marchlewski is currently working as a project manager and DOP for Sony Music's in house production team who produce music concerts, sessions, promos and online content for the label. Mike has extensive experience shooting with the FS7. He has worked a lot with the Sony codecs from XAVC I to RAW.

To find out more, please contact your local Sony supplier.

*Please note this webinar will be in English only