Hollywood legend Garrett Brown, inventor of the cinema-changing Steadicam, will appear in person for a Free Talk to coincide with the upcoming screening series Going Steadi: 40 Years of Steadicam (12/16–1/3). Brown’s Oscar-winning Steadicam® stabilizer has been employed on nearly 100 movies beginning with 1976’s Rocky. He also entered the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2009 as the inventor of the Skycam®, Mobycam, and Divecam, which is used to film athletes worldwide. Based in Philadelphia, Brown travels the world, taking part in workshops and lectures at film schools and festivals. Brown’s “Moving Camera” talk delves into the aesthetics, kinetics, and psychological wallop of great movie traveling shots, and how they are achieved.