Technicolor PostWorks, New York’s premiere provider of post-production services for independent film, supported five films debuting at next month’s SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas. Services included editorial conforming, final color grading, deliverables, sound mixing, VFX review and dailies.
The SXSW films include:
collective: unconscious, “Black Soil, Green Grass”, (Narrative Feature Competition, World Premiere) Five of independent film’s most adventurous filmmakers adapt each other's dreams for the screen. The segment “Black Soil, Green Grass” was directed by Daniel Patrick Carbone.
Technicolor PostWorks provided color grading; Sam Daley, colorist.
Don’t Think Twice (Headliners, World Premiere) Writer/Director Mike Birbiglia’s comedy about an improv group that loses its theater at the same time that one actor is cast in a big role on TV.
Technicolor PostWorks provided editorial conforming, color grading and deliverables. Sam Daley, colorist; Tif Luckenbill, online editor.
Soundbreaking – Stories from the Cutting Edge of Recorded Music (24 Beats Per Second, World Premiere) Directors Jeff Dupre and Maro Chermayeff’s eight-part series exploring the nexus of cutting-edge technology and human artistry behind the modern soundtrack. Technicolor PostWorks provided editorial conforming, color grading, sound mixing and deliverables. Mike Nuget, online editor/colorist; Martin Czembor, re-recording mixer.
Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday (Headliners, World Premiere) A comedy directed by John Lee and written by Pee Wee Herman about a fateful meeting with a mysterious stranger that inspires Herman to take his first-ever vacation. Technicolor PostWorks hosted VFX reviews.
Demolition (Headliners, U.S. Premiere) Director Jean-Marc Vallee’s drama about an investment banker (Jake Gyllenhaal) who struggles after losing his wife in a tragic car crash.
Technicolor PostWorks provided dailies services.
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