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Future Media Concepts announces the KeyFrames Conference to be held in Orlando, FL, in February 2019

The conference is produced in collaboration with major industry players, including Dell, Adobe and Maxon

NEW YORK, NY (November 26, 2018) – Future Media Concepts announces today the KeyFrames Conference, a three-day, post-production training event featuring cutting-edge sessions on the latest motion design and visual effects trends, software and hardware. The conference is produced in partnership with Dell, Adobe and Maxon, and it will take place in Orlando, FL, on February 25 – 27, 2019.

The program features cutting-edge sessions about motion design, as well as technical training for After Effects, Cinema 4D, and a variety of leading plugins. The tracks are geared toward intermediate-to-advanced professionals and include step-by-step demonstrations, keynote presentations and case studies. Additionally, the program contains two special events—an Expo Night and a trip to Universal Studios—allowing attendees to network with peers and with relevant hardware and software vendors.

“We have identified a need for high-end, technical training on VFX and Motion Graphics and we are pleased to be working with Adobe, Maxon and Dell to bring this program to post-production professionals who want to stay up-to-date with industry best practices,” noted Ben Kozuch, Co-Founder and President of Future Media Concepts.

“MAXON is pleased to sponsor the KeyFrames Conference focused on motion design and visual effects training,” says Paul Babb, MAXON Head of Worldwide Marketing. “Future Media Concepts is an organization synonymous with premier digital media education and we’re thrilled the featured speakers include Cinema 4D Certified Trainers who will enhance attendees’ professional skillsets.”

The speaker line-up features well-known industry experts. Aharon Rabinowitz, the Head of Marketing at Red Giant will provide the keynote for this event. He has worked for clients like Coca Cola, MTV, Sesame Street, Nickelodeon, VH1 and many more. Additional expert speakers include motion graphics artist and program manager, Eran Stern, and Cinema 4D expert, Thanassis Pozantzis, multi-Emmy winning freelance motion design artist, E.J. Hassenfrantz, and more.

“Dell is pleased to be the technology sponsor for the KeyFrames conference along with our partners Maxon and Adobe. FMC continues to deliver meaningful events that help professionals and aspiring students to hone their skills and utilize best practices to deliver the standout creative results. The hands-on nature of this event also lets attendees experience how Dell Precision workstations accelerate motion graphics workflows by providing performance and optimization with Adobe Creative Cloud and Maxon Cinema 4D.”

The event also offers great opportunities for companies serving the visual effects community to get their product and solutions in front of highly skilled content creators who are influencing the industry. To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, visit the this page.

The full conference pass is $795 and it includes access to pre-conference introductory sessions, intermediate-to-advanced sessions, Expo Night event, raffle prizes, a trip to Universal Studio, and more.

To learn more about this conference visit: www.keyframesconference.com.


About Future Media Concepts, Inc.

Established in 1994, Future Media Concepts (FMC) is the nation’s premier digital media training organization providing manufacturer-authorized training in digital video and film editing, motion graphics, web design and development, sound design, 3D animation, desktop publishing, architectural and mechanical design, Mac IT, and mobile apps development.

Future Media Concepts is a leading producer of education-rich conferences, many of which take place at today’s leading electronic entertainment trade shows. Some of our events include Editors Retreat, Adobe Video World, and Post|Production World at NAB Show in Las Vegas, New York and Shanghai. For a complete list of conferences, click here.