In Conversation: Barney Burman followed by Star Trek screening
Leading make-up artist Barney Burman will be discussing his works in films and television and the significance of make-up effects.
One of the leading make-up effects artists in Hollywood, Barney Burman’s credits include the major franchises Mission Impossible and Star Trek, the latter winning him an Academy Award in 2009. Son of Tom Burman, whose work on the original Star Trek series helped establish the credentials of make-up effects, the Burman family has inspired generations of filmmakers including acclaimed director J.J.Abrams, who as a child, wrote them fan letters.
Barney Burman will be discussing his work, the demands and practices of high-end studio production, and the significance of make-up effects to the modern cinematic imagination.
The Projector – Blue Room
Sat, 23 Nov 2019 / 7:00 PM
The screening of Star Trek (2009) will take place directly after the In Conversation by Barney Burman at 7pm; Mr. Burman will also present the film and participate in the post-screening Q&A. This will allow fans to attend both the dialogue and screening. We hope that combining the two events will make for a better festival experience, and apologize for any inconvenience.
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