Colorist Eli Friedman and mixer Christopher Koch, CAS to
talk about the facility’s eight-year effort in behalf of the award-winning

NEW YORK— Technicolor-PostWorks
New York colorist Eli Friedman and re-recording mixer Christopher Koch, CAS
will join director Marcus Robinson and editor Leo Cullen in a panel discussion
on Robinson’s documentary Rebuilding the
World Trade
Center as part of the CCW+ SATCON conference, November 12th at
the Javits Convention  Center in New
York. The 1-hour panel discussion, slated for 3:30 p.m. in the Production+Post
Theater, will be hosted by Marc Loftus, senior editor/director of web content
for Post Magazine.

More than eight years in the making, Rebuilding the World Trade Center documents the reconstruction of
the New York City landmark through stunning time-lapse footage and insightful
interviews with construction workers, engineers, architects and others involved
in day-to-day work on the project. An Irish artist and filmmaker, Robinson
positioned cameras around the construction site to record the buildings’
rebirth in inspiring and fascinating detail. 
Acting in unique creative
partnership with Robinson, Technicolor-PostWorks and its team of artists and
technicians were involved at every stage in making the film from processing
35mm and 16mm film footage to delivering finished masters.
A winner of a BAFTA Award for Outstanding Photography, Rebuilding the World Trade Center was broadcast
in the U.S. on HISTORY and in the U.K. on Channel Four, and has drawn wide
praise for its artistry and mesmerizing power. “The film is an allegory or
parable about the human spirit,” says Robinson. “The reconstruction of the
site, which occurs over many years, is an amazing story, one that’s stirring
and inspiring.”
Friedman, whose credits include the HBO series Vice and the new Oxygen series My Crazy Love, color corrected hundreds
of hours of time-lapse material. In achieving a consistent look, Friedman
overcame considerable challenges caused by variations in light, cloud patterns,
weather conditions and other factors.
Koch, whose work includes Eugene Jarecki’s The House I Live In and Tony Kaye’s Detachment, mixed the documentary’s
soundtrack, bringing clarity and consistency to material recorded over many
years in divergent environments and recording situations.
For more information,
Where:            CCW+ SATCON
                        Javits Convention Center
Production+Post Theater
When               November 12
3:30 p.m. 
–   4:30 p.m.
Moderator:     Marc Loftus, Senior Editor/Director of Web
Content, Post Magazine
Panelists:         Leo Cullen, Editor; Eli Friedman,
Colorist; Christopher Koch, CAS, Re-Recording Mixer; Marcus Robinson, Director
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