BCPC life adapted to Los Angeles living.
Blue Collar Post Collective LA launched in Los Angeles in June 2016, marking the first expansion from the New York based group since its inception. Led by then LA VP Kylee Peña (and originally titled BCPC West), the west coast edition of the group rapidly expanded to hundreds of members. #BCPCLA has held monthly meet-ups in Hollywood nearly every month since, as well as regular free educational panels with notable industry figures such as Catherine Haight ACE and Mark Hartzell, as well as people representing all aspects of post production across television, film and other media.
January Meet-Up - 1/12- 6:30PM - Saint Felix Hollywood
Note the start time: thirty minutes later than usual!
We're back at our usual spot on the back patio of Saint Felix Hollywood. Come by and hang out with your pals in post production and meet some new ones! Our meet-ups aim to be welcoming and inclusive, so don't be intimidated. We're all a bunch of nerds working in post who want to be friends with each other.
Saint Felix Hollywood, 1602 N Cahuenga Blvd.
Notable Past Events
Workshop on Assistant Editing in Scripted TV by Monica Daniel
BCPC LA Life Skills Field Day featuring peer experts in break out sessions in the middle of a park!
The VFX Pipeline in Post Production featuring VFX Editors, Producers, and Artists from The Molecule LA, as well as Colony, Guardians of the Galaxy, nationally airing commercials, and more. (Hosted by The SIM Group)
Being an Assistant Editor in Scripted Television featuring Hollywood-based assistant editors from The OA, Vice Principals, Last Man on Earth, Preacher, and more. (Hosted by The SIM Group)
Age is Just a Number: Ageism in Post Production featuring moderator Norman Hollyn leading a discussion with a technician, foley artist and Emmy-nominated editor. (Hosted by The SIM Group)
Mental Health in Post: How Are You Doing featuring post production workers from Shooter, Jane the Virgin, Empire, and a licensed marriage and family therapist. (Hosted by The SIM Group)
Making Post More Inclusive featuring post workers from shows like Scorpion, Transparent, Animal Kingdom, True Blood, and more. (Hosted by The SIM Group)