Color grading and editorial finishing for A Father’s Son, director Patrick Chen’s short film about the murder of a teenage boy in Manhattan’s Chinatown, was completed at Nice Shoes
Just in time for NAB Show, the Colorist Society’s popular Virtual Colorist Mixer is coming back. For those unable to be in Las Vegas (and those who will), the Mixer is an unprecedented opportunity learn about the latest color grading technology, learn new techniques from industry experts, win fabulous prizes and hang out with friends and colleagues around the globe.
Three founding members of Colorist Society Hollywood, a newly-formed chapter of the global Colorist Society (CSI), will discuss their group’s ambitious plans for promoting their craft in a special session at NAB Show 2022 in Las Vegas.
“Give credit where credit is due,” seems like a simple proposition, but for colorists, it’s often been an elusive goal. When it comes to credit sequences for feature films and television shows, colorists often find their names listed far down in the end crawl or maybe not included at all.
Making its world premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Producer/Director/Director of Photography Rita Baghdadi’s riveting feature-length documentary Sirens focuses on the Middle East’s first all-female metal band, Slaves to Sirens, who pursue their dreams of stardom while struggling with issues of friendship, sexuality and the chaos of their homeland.
“A Mouthful of Air”: PNYA Members HARBOR and Alchemy Post Sound Help Filmmaker Amy Koppelman Tell a Story of Depression…and Hope
A Mouthful of Air, the new Sony Pictures feature, presents a deeply-moving story of depression and how its dark energy can wreak havoc even on lives that outwardly appear happy and successful.