Arsenal FX Color provided post-production finishing services for Ferguson Rises, director Mobolaji Olambiwonnu’s inspiring documentary about Ferguson, Missouri
Post Break, the free webinar series from the Post New York Alliance (PNYA), will host Erik Weaver, from the Entertainment Technology Center@the University of Southern California (ETC), for an in-depth look at The Ripple Effect, a new live-action, sci-fi short film designed to test-cutting edge virtual production technologies and remote workflow solutions.
The Unholy’s creepy soundtrack, edited and mixed at Sony Pictures Post Productions Services by a sound team led by Supervising Sound Editor Kami Asgar and Re-Recording Mixer Steven Ticknor, serves up a delicious mix of eerie sound effects, disembodied voices and dark, chilling music.
In the next edition of Post Break, the free webinar series from Post New York Alliance (PNYA), a panel of production and post-production experts will offer advice to independent filmmakers on how to finish their projects on time, on budget…and without compromising their creative vision.
Feature film and television colorist Aidan Stanford has joined ArsenalFX Color. Stanford is a 25-year industry veteran whose recent credits include the hit Lionsgate feature Knives Out as well as the television series Better Call Saul (AMC), Bonding (Netflix), Briarpatch (USA) and Central Park (Apple TV+).
At its May virtual meeting, SMPTE Hollywood will host a panel of post-production leaders for a lively discussion on the industry’s future through covid 19 and beyond. The free event is slated for Thursday, May 27th at 6:30 p.m. PDT on Zoom.