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Post New York Alliance Extends Video Conference Series “Post Break”

Upcoming Thursday afternoon sessions to center on VFX for the post-COVID world, women in post, music editing and other timely subjects. NEW YORK CITY—Post New York Alliance (PNYA) is expanding its popular weekly video conference series Post Break, which has been providing New York’s post-production industry with critical information and a sense of community during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Launched in April, the series hosts industry...

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Wade Rudolph Joins Goldcrest Post as Head of Production

Continuing to broaden support for its film and television clients, Goldcrest Post has hired Wade Rudolph as head of production. Rudolph arrives from a similar position at Deluxe Creative Services, New York, and brings 15 years of production and post-production experience, spanning episodic and long-form television, independent features and documentaries.

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Ambidio Offers Ambidio Looking Glass to Sound Editors, Mixers for Free During COVID-19 Pandemic

To help sound editors, mixers and other post-production professionals, who suddenly find themselves working from home, Ambidio is making its immersive sound technology, Ambidio Looking Glass, available for free. Sound pros can use it as a monitoring tool for theatrical and television projects requiring immersive sound.

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Goldcrest Post Implements Remote Post-Production Services in Wake of Coronavirus

In response to the coronavirus outbreak, Goldcrest Post has established the capability to conduct most picture and sound post-production work remotely. Colorists, conform editors and other staff are now able to work from home or a remote site and connect to the facility’s central storage and technical resources via remote collaboration software.

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SMPTE Hollywood Section to Focus on Compression for Streaming at March Meeting

The Hollywood Section of SMPTE®, the organization defining the future of storytelling, will explore the evolution of video compression, and new ideas for keeping files small, while preserving quality and creative intent, at its monthly meeting, scheduled for March 26th at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

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Sony Pictures Post Production Services Delivers a Soundtrack Packed with Action and Laughs for “Bad Boys for Life”

For its award-winning sound team from Sony Pictures Post Production Services (which includes  Supervising Sound Editor/Sound Designer/Re-Recording Mixer Steven Ticknor, Sound Designer/Re-Recording Mixer Tony Lamberti, Re-Recording Mixer Kevin O’Connell, Supervising Sound Editor Andrew DeCristofaro, Supervising ADR Editor Becky Sullivan and Sound Designer Laurent Kossayan), Bad Boys for Life’s infectious blend of full throttle action and side-splitting comedy presented unique challenges.

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Pace Pictures Produces Main Title for Hulu’s “Veronica Mars”

The main title sequence for Hulu’s revival of the crime drama Veronica Mars aims to reintroduce the show to its fervent fanbase and suggest the changes its cast and their community have undergone in the dozen years since its original run. Designed and produced by Pace Pictures, and set to an updated version of the show’s theme song, We Used to Be Friends (performed by Chrissie Hynde), the sequence reveals stylized close-ups of stars Kristen Bell, Jason Dohring and Enrico Colantoni, onto which are projected colorful neon lighting and moody images of the seaside community of Neptune.

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