Nice Shoes provided color grading and editorial finishing services for Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey, Netflix’s four-part documentary series about the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and its self-proclaimed prophet, Warren Jeffs. Directed by Rachel Dretzin and produced and co-directed by Grace McNally, the series explores, in shocking detail, the FLDS’s decades of practicing polygamy, forced underage marriage and pregnancy, and the events that led to Jeffs’ 2011 life sentence.
Adobe today released a new Premiere Pro best practices and workflow guide created specifically with film and television editors in mind. As of today, this comprehensive guide is available for download for free.
Remote Picture Labs today introduced the company's RPL Platform, a modular offering of cloud-based post-production technologies that bring flexibility, performance, and efficiency to workflows from pre-production through delivery. The RPL Platform shifts decentralized post-production teams to more agile remote workflows, enabling them to use the same tools and software products on existing media and projects.
Twain Richardson, a conform editor with credits spanning television, documentaries, advertising, and shorts, has joined Goldcrest Post. Bringing more than a dozen years of experience, Richardson has developed a broad skill set and a credit list that includes the Oscar-shortlisted documentary All In: The Fight for Democracy for Amazon Prime, the BAFTA-nominated documentary Becoming Cousteau for Nat Geo and the provocative documentary Britney vs Spears for Netflix.
ArsenalFX Color has announced that Joshua Baca, a co-founder, and partner in the company, is moving into a new role as chief technology officer. A 20-year industry pro, Baca has served ArsenalFX as a finishing editor and technologist since its founding in 2012.
In advance of its summer hiatus, Post Break, Post New York Alliance’s free webinar series, will present a special session on the relationship between editors and their assistants. Two veteran editor/assistant teams will discuss how they work together and how their respective roles support each other.
Hula Post supported a hybrid workflow with remote and local systems for the streaming feature, The Valet. Starring Eugenio Derbez and Samara Weaving, it premiered on Hulu on May 20. The movie is a remake of the 2006 French film The Valet. In the new version, a movie star (Weaving) enlists a Mexican parking valet (Derbez) at a Beverly Hills restaurant to pose as her lover to cover for her relationship with a married man.
MTI Film’s has announced a new feature for Cortex Enterprise: a tool for frame-rate conversion. Scheduled for release this month, the tool leverages artifical intelligence-assisted machine vision technology to automate the process of converting content to a different frame rate while avoiding artifacts caused by camera motion.
Hula Post supplied remote editing systems for WeCrashed, the AppleTV+ one-hour limited series based on the podcast, WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork.
Hula Post supplied editing systems for The Batman, the long-running franchise on the superhero, based on the DC Comics character Batman. The feature harkens back to his second year of crime-fighting when he pursues the Riddler. Hula Post provided Avid Media Composer workstations, Nexis storage, and workflow designs for editor William Hoy, ACE, and first assistant editor Matthew Simpson initially in their homes then later at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California for the entire editorial team.