When shooting his recent independent feature Heads We Do, cinematographer Andrew Huebscher faced challenges including a tight budget, a 15-day shooting schedule, exterior night scenes, and the need for outstanding motion-picture image quality.
Production & Post-Production
Digital production equipment and post-production services SIM Digital has expanded its presence in Atlanta, moving its operations there into a new, nearly 7000 square-foot, freestanding facility.
Practical effects company 32Ten Studios of San Rafael, California has expanded its studio capabilities.
Foxed, an award-winning, 3D animated short by Toronto-based director James Stewart will have its Canadian 3D premiere and theatrical run in Toronto at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, starting June 28.
When Saturday Night Live film unit cinematographer Alex Buono decided to share his knowledge of the industry – in a big way – with a 31-city educational tour he calls The Art of Visual Storytelling, the first pieces of equipment he chose for his travel package were OConnor heads.
Cinedeck will ship v4.2 software release on July 1st that enables its dual-channel RX and quad-channel MX file-based recorders to cost-effectively replace traditional tapedecks in everyday editorial and post-production operations.
Principal photography has wrapped on Mom’s Night Out, the family comedy produced by Kevin Downes to be distributed by Affirm Films and Provident Films. Its creators describe it as film that celebrates real family life—where everything can go wrong and still turn out all right. "We wanted to make a film that the whole family could enjoy," said Downes, who also acts in the movie.
New Zealand-based post-production and broadcast integration company Post Lounge is now representing Cinegy in the Asia Pacific region
Athena Studios, Emeryville, California has signed CG animation production manager Brice Parker to the newly created position of producer. Parker will oversee development of the studio's forthcoming original stop motion and visual effects projects. Athena founder Jon V. Peters made the announcement.
West Coast-based production companies Accomplice Media and The Joneses have joined forces under the Accomplice name. Executive producers Jeff Snyder and Mel Gragido will co-manage the company, overseeing a roster of 16 directors that includes award-winning filmmakers Don Burgess, Jeff Gorman, Vincent Laforet, David Jellison, Rick Knief and Hans Petter Moland, as well as the dynamic young directing team Sherpas Cinema.