Wim Wenders' production company Neue Road Movies entrusted online artist Christian Tröger and SGO's Mistika at Arri Mitte to complete the post-production of Every Thing Will Be Fine.
New hit comedy series Med, currently airing on VRAK 2, outlines the amusing antics of an insolent youth, with his two inseparable friends and eccentric parents. Produced by KOTV (Alain Chicoine, Louis Morissette and Louis-Philippe Drolet) and directed by François Bégin, the program premièred on January 7th. “Med is Slik's very first TV project to benefit from Mistika's creativity and has been well received, with our client more than satisfied. In fact, the broadcaster is ecstatic,” colorist Mathieu Marano said.
WorleyWorks, New York has added a Mistika Precision Color Grading Panel from SGO to its expanding grading department in response to demand for one-stop color and finishing services. SGO's local partner, AArmadillo, handled the sale and installation
AlphaDogs has completed color correction services for MTV’s True Life: I’m Breaking Up With My Religion.
American Dreams in China, director Peter Chan's first digital cinema effort, was shot on Arri Alexa and recorded on Codex. Chan’s strong affection for the filmic look determined how the film would be graded and finished in post. Colorist Antonio Zhang of the Chinese facility Post Production Office Group supervised the entire process.
Assimilate has released Scratch v8.2 and Scratch Lab v8.2.
Modern VideoFilm senior supervising colorist Dave Cole won the award for Outstanding Color Grading—Television for his work on the pilot for Reign at the Hollywood Post Alliance’s 9th Annual HPA Awards.
SGO and its Japanese reseller partner Kyoshin will showcase Mistika's advancements in finishing and color grading, including support for the new Precision Grading Panels at InterBEE 2014, November 19-20 in Tokyo.
NEC now integrates LightSpace color management support into its range of MultiSync PA Series displays to enable accurate color calibration and management within the global film, TV and broadcast industries.
SmallHD has released what the company says is a one-of-a-kind, on-camera color grading system, designed to dial-in quick color grades and provide clients and crew with a clear view of how the finished product will look.