Pechanga Resort & Casino’s in-house production team has created several award-winning videos about the round-the-clock entertainment experience that is the seventh largest venue of its kind in the world.
Production & Post-Production
Kamerawerk is producing Bubble Beatz's No Sleep, a story-driven music video using not only 4K acquisition but a complete 4K 60 frame per second production pipeline including cameras, editing, color grading and finishing.
Deluxe Digital Cinema has installed Europe’s first Barco Auro 11.1 multi-channel movie soundtrack creation system at its Deluxe Soho production facility in London.
Kodak and the University Film and Video Foundation (UFVF) have named the 2013 recipients of the Kodak Student Scholarship Awards and Kodak Student Cinematography Scholarship Awards, which were selected by a panel of judges led by award-winning cinematographer John Bailey, ASC. This year’s winners represent film schools in Mexico, Africa, Germany and the United States
Fujinon’s PL 85-300mm (model ZK3.5x85) Cabrio lens has received a 2013 Cine Gear Expo Technical Award.
Hybride, a division of Ubisoft, in collaboration with Industrial Light & Magic, recently completed VFX work on 318 shots for acclaimed filmmaker Guillermo del Toro’s long-awaited and highly anticipated new film, Pacific Rim.
Archimedia Technology, a new company whose technology and applications bridge the gap between content producers and their archives has announced that the Archimedia Reference Player has been upgraded to add support for more mastering formats.
Lava Land, shot on location on Hawaii's Big Island in stereo 3D follows the exploits of brave scientists and hardy residents, from rainforests to barren rock, where lava flows from boiling vents.
The Room, a boutique finishing facility located within Technicolor – PostWorks, New York, recently wrapped post-production on We Steal Secrets: The History of WikiLeaks and History of the Eagles, two new documentaries from producer/director Alex Gibney.
Rising Sun Pictures created more than 260 visual effects shots for The Wolverine, the new action film from director James Mangold and Twentieth Century Fox. RSP helped to recreate the World War II atomic bomb attack on Nagasaki, Japan. It also produced digital environments for a number of sequences, including a scene set in a snow-covered Japanese village, and combat effects such as digital copies of Wolverine’s iconic claws for use in numerous scenes involving challenging stunts.