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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Kate Owen, an almost 20-year veteran who has cut both spots and films, has joined the editorial roster of New York’s Wax. The UK-born but New York-based Owen has edited projects across fashion, beauty, lifestyle and entertainment for brands such as Gucci, Victoria Beckham, Vogue, Adidas, Sony, Continue reading
April 2, 2018
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Director Olivier Gondry has once again joined the roster at production house Partizan. Gondry, known for his commercial and music video work, made his first major mark with his commercials for HP, featuring his brother Michel and Vera Wang. Since then, this Paris-based director has gone on to collaborate with brands such as Audi, Continue reading
March 28, 2018
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Technicolor London has grown with the addition of colorist Jean-Clément Soret to its DI team. He will take on the role of supervising DI colorist, which is a new role in addition to his current duties at MPC as global creative director of color grading, where he will continue his contribution to advertising campaigns. Continue reading
March 23, 2018
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In order to support the thriving Georgia production community, post studio Light Iron has opened a new facility in Atlanta. The expansion is the fourth since Panavision acquired Light Iron in 2015, bringing Light Iron’s US locations to six total, including Los Angeles, New York, New Orleans, Albuquerque and Chicago. Continue reading
March 20, 2018
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Santa Monica-based visual effects house Jamm has added animation vet and longtime collaborator Steward Burris as animation supervisor.
Burris has been working with Jamm in a freelance capacity since its inception four years ago, and this position makes the partnership official. Burris has been animating and supervising on feature films, Continue reading
March 12, 2018
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New York post shop Uppercut has added Kathrin Lausch as executive producer. Lausch has over two decades of experience as an executive producer for top production and post production companies such as MPC, Ntropic, B-Reel, Nice Shoes, Partizan and Compass Films, among others. She has led shops on the front lines for the outset of digital, Continue reading
March 5, 2018
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Oscar-winning visual effects supervisor Jeff White has been named creative director of Industrial Light & Magic’s Vancouver studio. A 16-year ILM veteran, White will work directly with ILM Vancouver executive in charge Randal Shore.
Recently, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences honored White and three colleagues, Continue reading
February 28, 2018
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Editor Mark Burnett has returned home to Australia and The Editors after nine years of cutting in London, most recently at The Whitehouse. Launching his career in Sydney, working at The Post Office before joining The Editors back in 2007, Burnett moved to London in 2009 to edit at Speade, Continue reading
February 27, 2018
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Strike Anywhere, a production company with offices in LA and San Francisco, has grown its roster with the addition of comedy director Aaron Beckum to its talented roster.
Originally from Kansas City, Beckum grew up mostly in Europe before coming to LA by way of Vancouver. Continue reading
February 20, 2018
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