Hunt Beaty is a director, producer and Emmy Award-winning production sound recordist based in Brooklyn. Born and raised in Nashville, this NYU Tisch film school grad spent years studying how films got made — and now he’s made his own.
The short film The Sound of Your Voice was directed by Beaty and written and produced by Beaty, Continue reading
May 16, 2018
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Chicago-born, Germany-raised Ronney Afortu has been enjoying a storied career at Hamburg-based studio Optical Art. This veteran senior DI colorist has an impressive resume, having worked on the Oscar-nominated film Mongol, with Oscar-winning director Bille August on Night Train to Lisbon, Continue reading
May 7, 2018
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By Brady Betzel
With Blackmagic’s DaVinci Resolve 15 released at this year’s NAB, a lot of editors, colorists and now audio mixers want to dive in and see what all of the fuss is about.
Resolve 15 is now a Pro Tools competitor thanks to Fairlight and an After Effects competitor thanks to Fusion. Continue reading
April 26, 2018
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Senior colorist Charlie Tucker has joined Burbank’s Point 360. He comes to the studio after 20 years at Technicolor, where he also worked as a senior colorist.
The UK-born Tucker’s credits include TV shows such as The Vampire Diaries and The Originals on CW, Continue reading
April 25, 2018
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Hiatus, a full-service, post production studio with in-house creative editorial, original music composition and motion graphics departments, has opened in Detroit. Their creative content offerings cover categories such as documentary, narrative, conceptual, music videos and advertising media for all video platforms.
Led by founder/senior editor Shane Patrick Ford, Continue reading
April 23, 2018
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Prior to version 10.4, the color correction tools within Final Cut Pro X were very basic. You could get a lot of work done with the color board, but it just didn’t offer tools competitive with other NLEs – not to mention color plug-ins or a dedicated grading app like DaVinci Resolve. With the release […]
By Adrian Pennington
Toby Tomkins, co-founder of boutique studio Cheat explains how he worked with 8K rushes shot on Red to devise and execute the stylish look of Netflix’ hit dark comedy The End of the F***ing World.
Content in 8K UHD won’t be transmitting or streaming its way to a screen anytime soon but the ultra-high-resolution format is already making its mark in production. Continue reading
April 17, 2018
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By Molly Hill
Firefly Cinema, a French company that produces a full set of post production tools, premiered Version 7 of its products at NAB 2018. I visited with co-founder Philippe Reinaudo and head of business development Morgan Angove at the Flanders Scientific booth. They were knowledgeable and friendly, Continue reading
April 16, 2018
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Skip Kimball has joined Efilm as senior colorist. Kimball brings more than 30 years of experience to this post house, spanning features, television, music videos and commercials.
He recently finished work on seasons 1 and 2 of the Netflix’s Stranger Things for executive producer Shawn Levy, Continue reading
April 13, 2018
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By Brady Betzel
Adobe has had a tradition of releasing Creative Cloud updates prior to NAB, and this year is no different. The company has been focused on improving existing workflows and adding new features, some based on Adobe’s Sensei technology, as well as improved VR enhancements. Continue reading
April 3, 2018
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