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SMPTE Hollywood Section to Address the Transition to Wide Color Gamut at September Meeting

The Hollywood Section of SMPTE®, the organization defining the future of storytelling, will explore the advent of wide color gamut and its impact on motion picture and television production at its monthly meeting, Wednesday, September 25, at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Los Angeles.

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Goldcrest Post Continues Growth; Brings on Veteran Colorists Ken Sirulnick and Evan Anthony

Sirulnick (“RBG”, “Jane Fonda in Five Acts”) and Anthony (“Moonlight Sonata”, “Being Elmo”) bring a long list of accolades and deep experience in independent features and documentaries. NEW YORK CITY— Full-service post-production facility Goldcrest Post is expanding its footprint in independent film and documentary finishing through key additions to its creative roster. The company has forged a partnership with Glue Edit, the finishing boutique...

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Goldcrest Post Expands Picture Finishing Operations; Hires Colorist Marcy Robinson, Adds 4K DI/HDR Grading Theater

NEW YORK CITY— Goldcrest Post, the independent post-production facility whose recent credits include acclaimed indie titles Russian Doll, Sorry to Bother You, The Miseducation of Cameron Post, Native Son and High Flying Bird¸ is expanding its picture finishing services. The company has added veteran colorist Marcy Robinson and, in addition to its existing theater and other digital intermediate rooms, has unveiled a new, state-of-the-art 4K...

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Goldcrest Post Helps Send Three Films to Sundance

Facility also provided finishing services for Steven Soderbergh’s High Flying Bird premiering at Slamdance. NEW YORK CITY—Goldcrest Post, New York, helped to prepare three films for their world premieres at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, beginning this month in Park City, Utah. They include Native Son, the film that opens the festival, Them That Follow and The Death of Dick Long. The independent post house also provided finishing services for...

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Technicolor PostWorks Finishes Jonah Hill’s Debut “Mid90s”

The new feature film Mid90s, which marks the directorial debut of Jonah Hill, tells the coming-of-age story of Stevie¸ a 13-year-old Los Angeles boy who seeks escape from troubles at home in the company of the friends he meets in a local skate shop. Post-production finishing for the film was completed at Technicolor PostWorks New York where colorist Alex Bickel worked directly with Hill and cinematographer Christopher Blauvelt to recreate the sun-washed look of 1990s Southern California and the taut emotional landscape of Stevie’s world.

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