Goldcrest Post helped to prepare Cat Person for its recent world premiere at this year's Sundance Film Festival, providing comprehensive post-production services for director Susanna Fogel’s psychological thriller, which Deadline called “a must see.”
Mog Technologies has released its new product line for media professionals. The company says this new collection of tools and software will help media creators and distributors bring their visions to life and share them with unparalleled speed and precision.
For the fifth year in a row, more Sundance Film Festival filmmakers selected Adobe video editing and collaboration tools than any other. This year’s annual Sundance Institute survey found that more than two-thirds (67 percent) of Sundance films used Adobe Premiere Pro or Frame.io to bring their stories to life: Premiere Pro is the festival’s most popular video editing software, used by more than half of Sundance films, including Plan C, Going Varsity in Mariachi, Sometimes I This about Dying, Fremont and many others.
11 Dollar Bill provided editorial support and post-production services to the Ponysaurus Brewing Company’s support for North Carolina’s LGBT+ community’s production of “Lieutenant Governor’s Fund for the Fabulous” campaign. Conceived by independent North Carolina agency Baldwin&, the campaign was launched in response to a speech given by North Carolina Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson in which he referred to LGBTQ+ people as “filth.”
The post-production house 11 Dollar Bill enjoyed a banner night at The One Club for Creativity’s recent annual Denver Awards, picking up two Gold, one Silver, two Bronze and two Merit Awards for work for JD Sports/Adidas, the Colorado Lottery, El Pollo Loco and Do Good Chicken.
Adobe announced today that its cloud-based video-collaboration capabilities for its Frame.io division will be built directly into cameras from Red and Fujifilm. The company calls this the purest expression yet of a decade’s worth of efforts to create camera-to-cloud integrations that connect production units with the remote teams that subsequently work on the resulting video and stills.
Nice Shoes provided color grading and editorial finishing services for Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey, Netflix’s four-part documentary series about the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and its self-proclaimed prophet, Warren Jeffs. Directed by Rachel Dretzin and produced and co-directed by Grace McNally, the series explores, in shocking detail, the FLDS’s decades of practicing polygamy, forced underage marriage and pregnancy, and the events that led to Jeffs’ 2011 life sentence.
Adobe today released a new Premiere Pro best practices and workflow guide created specifically with film and television editors in mind. As of today, this comprehensive guide is available for download for free.
Remote Picture Labs today introduced the company's RPL Platform, a modular offering of cloud-based post-production technologies that bring flexibility, performance, and efficiency to workflows from pre-production through delivery. The RPL Platform shifts decentralized post-production teams to more agile remote workflows, enabling them to use the same tools and software products on existing media and projects.
Twain Richardson, a conform editor with credits spanning television, documentaries, advertising, and shorts, has joined Goldcrest Post. Bringing more than a dozen years of experience, Richardson has developed a broad skill set and a credit list that includes the Oscar-shortlisted documentary All In: The Fight for Democracy for Amazon Prime, the BAFTA-nominated documentary Becoming Cousteau for Nat Geo and the provocative documentary Britney vs Spears for Netflix.