Color Grading

Goldcrest Forms Partnership with Glue Edit

Mon, 04/22/2019 - 11:28 -- Nick Dager

Post facility Goldcrest Post is expanding its footprint in independent film and documentary finishing through key additions to its creative roster. The company has forged a partnership with Glue Edit, the finishing boutique led by colorist and Emmy award-winning editor Ken Sirulnick. Sirulnick, along with his long-time post-production coordinator Jordan Thompson-DeSon, will take up residence at Goldcrest. Additionally, Goldcrest has signed freelance colorist/editor Evan Anthony, whose credits include Sundance Grand Jury Prize nominee Moonlight Sonata, to a staff position.

The Beach Bum Releases in ÉclairColor HDR

Mon, 04/08/2019 - 13:19 -- Nick Dager

Distributor Neon has released The Beach Bum in Éclair Color high dynamic range at select Alamo Drafthouse Cinema locations across the United States. This marks the first title available in Éclair Color HDR across the U.S. The movie opened in Germany (Constantin Film) in Éclair Color in March and will open in France (Mars Films) in July.

FilmLight to Hold Second Color Day

Thu, 03/28/2019 - 12:31 -- Nick Dager

The next in the series of acclaimed FilmLight Color Day master classes will be held April 8 during the National Association of Broadcasters convention. Presented by industry leaders in creative grading, this intensive day will introduce colorists, DPs and the wider production and post industry to the opportunities and challenges of modern color finishing and delivery.

Digital FilmTree Salutes NCIS: Los Angeles, Notes Many Tech Firsts

Wed, 03/20/2019 - 14:56 -- Nick Dager

Post house DigitalFilm Tree CEO Ramy Katrib congratulated CBS and producers Christopher Molnar and Erik Whitmyre on the 10th season of NCIS: Los Angeles. Katrib said that in nearly 250 episodes DFT has averaged 250-400 effects per show. He thanked producers on NCIS: Los Angeles for giving DFT their trust and allowing them to achieve several technology firsts

Mixing Realism with Comic Surrealism

Tue, 03/05/2019 - 11:50 -- Nick Dager

Based on the acclaimed Dark Horse action noir graphic novel, Polar: Came From the Cold by Victor Santos, the Netflix feature film Polar was directed by Jonas Åkerlund (Lords of Chaos) and shot by cinematographer Pär M. Ekberg with Panasonic VariCam Pure cinema cameras. Born and raised in Sweden, Ekberg got his start as a still photographer at a young age and eventually transitioned into cinematography. He has shot features, commercials and music videos for established artists such as Beyoncé, Pink, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and U2, and many others.

Setting the Looks for Dailies on Alpha

Mon, 02/25/2019 - 12:54 -- Nick Dager

Christopher Ray, colorist at Picture Shop, joined director Albert Hugues’s epic adventure last year on Alpha, setting the looks on-set with FilmLight Daylight. His collaborative work with Technicolor senior colorist Maxine Gervais relied heavily on creativity and on the Daylight-Baselight Base Linked Grade exchange. Digital Cinema Report recently spoke with Ray about the experience.

Éclair Remasters First French Feature Film for Onyx Cinema LED Technology

Fri, 02/22/2019 - 10:00 -- Nick Dager

Éclair today announced the successful remastering of Antonin Baudry’s Le Chant du Loup, the first French feature film in 300 nits high dynamic range for Onyx Cinema LED screens. In addition to the Onyx Cinema LED version, Le Chant du Loup is available in ÉclairColor in 15 cinemas across France.

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