Supported by PNYA and NY State VFX/Animation Tax Credits: New York’s Visual Effects Providers Eye a Post-COVID-19 Comeback

With film and television production starting to resume, visual effects companies in New York State are gearing up to capitalize on a projected boom in demand. Eager to get back to work but wanting to do so safely, producers are expected to rely more on virtual production and other visual effects techniques to reduce the need for travel, locations shoots and crowd scenes.

Post New York Alliance (PNYA) to Examine Post-Production in a Post-COVID World

What lies ahead for New York’s post-production industry in the wake of COVID-19? A panel of industry experts will provide a roadmap to the post-pandemic world—and offer advice on how to navigate it—in the latest edition of Post Break, the weekly video conference series produced by Post New York Alliance. The free event is slated for Thursday, August 6th at 4:00 p.m.

Goldcrest Post Finishes Sound and Picture for Indie Thriller “She Dies Tomorrow”

She Dies Tomorrow¸ from Neon and writer/director Amy Seimetz, centers on a woman who believes she is about to die from a mysterious illness that is also highly contagious. The psychological thriller, which recently went through sound and picture finishing at Goldcrest Post in New York, delves into universal feelings of anxiety and dread through a story that blends horror, humor, drama and the surreal.

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