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  • Nice Shoes Opens New Edit Suites

    Nice Shoes Opens New Edit Suites

    April 17, 2012, 7:10 pm
    Nice Shoes has opened a new group of edit suites in its New York offices. The suites will run on the same technology and the same network as the rest of the studio's equipment, and will provide seamless transitions from the edit room to the studio's color, finishing, VFX and design capabilities. The studio will offer clients a choice between bringing their own staff editors onsite, or having Nice Shoes tap into its network of editors.

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    • Hula Post Production Supports Nightcrawler
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      Hula Post Production Supports Nightcrawler

      November 26, 2014, 5:39 pm
      Hula Post Production provided equipment, facilities and support to the editorial team of Nightcrawler, the new thriller from director Dan Gilroy and Open Road Films. Services supplied to editor John Gilroy and his crew included Avid DX editing systems, Avid Unity storage, editorial suites on the Los Angeles Westside and round-the-clock technical support for a postproduction schedule spanning eight months.

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    • Contender – Editor Sandra Adair, Boyhood
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      Contender – Editor Sandra Adair, Boyhood

      November 26, 2014, 12:31 pm
      Collaborating for 22 and 18 films, editor Sandra Adair and director Richard Linklater have developed a communications shorthand when working together. Both have laid back personalities and are open to listening to one another. Adair confirmed, “Rich is very collaborative” and their process from one film to the next is very similar.

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    • Cutters Promotes Aaron Kiser to Editor
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      Cutters Promotes Aaron Kiser to Editor

      November 21, 2014, 4:52 pm
      Chicago-based Cutters announced that it has promoted Aaron Kiser to editor. After studying telecommunications at Indiana University, Kiser moved to Chicago in 2007, where he soon landed an internship with Cutters. Over the next two-and-a-half years, he rose to become a tape room operator, and was named an assistant editor in 2010.

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    • Contender – Visual Effects Artist Eric Durst, Sn
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      Contender – Visual Effects Artist Eric Durst, Sn

      November 21, 2014, 4:51 pm
      Like the titular train from the 40-year-old French graphic novel on which it’s based, Korean director Bong Joon-ho’s Snowpiercer zipped across the globe and arrived in American theaters this past summer. The film offered a dystopian sci-fi spectacle unique both for both studio-scale visuals in an independent release, and the sharp social critique set in its near-future of careening climate change.

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    • Encore Completes Dailies, Post and VFX for HBO Min
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      Encore Completes Dailies, Post and VFX for HBO Min

      November 14, 2014, 4:58 pm
      To create the small screen adaptation of its miniseries, Olive Kitteridge, HBO turned to Encore for dailies, conform, color and supportive VFX. Unlike typical episodics, which are generally shot digitally, Olive Kitteridge was shot on film, requiring full DI on top of the postproduction services for the show’s four hours of content.

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    • Blackmagic Design Offers Fusion 7 Free of Charge
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      Blackmagic Design Offers Fusion 7 Free of Charge

      November 13, 2014, 10:41 am
      Blackmagic Design announced that it is now offering Fusion 7 visual effects and motion graphics software completely free of charge on its website. The company, which acquired Eyeon Software in September, also announced  Fusion 7 Studio, which includes a complete bundle of VFX and motion graphics software with collaborative tools and unlimited network rendering for creative teams and larger facilities, will be available for $995.

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    • Technicolor – PostWorks New York to Host Panel D
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      Technicolor – PostWorks New York to Host Panel D

      November 13, 2014, 10:41 am
      Technicolor PostWorks New York will host a featured panel discussion offering advice to documentary filmmakers on navigating the postproduction process at 2:00 p.m., Nov. 13 at New York’s IFC Center as part of the DOC NYC documentary film festival. The facility, which has a long history of collaborating with feature length documentarians, is also serving as a signature sponsor of this festival.

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    • Hooligan Hires Senior VFX Flame Artist Paul Marang
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      Hooligan Hires Senior VFX Flame Artist Paul Marang

      November 12, 2014, 10:39 am
      New York-based postproduction boutique Hooligan announced that it has hired senior visual effects flame artist Paul Marangos.

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    • 2014 HPA Awards Honor Excellence in Postproduction
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      2014 HPA Awards Honor Excellence in Postproduction

      November 10, 2014, 10:36 am
      The 9th Annual HPA Awards were presented at a gala evening at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles Thursday, recognizing the creative achievements of individuals and companies, as well as creative excellence and groundbreaking technologies within the postproduction industry.

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    • Color for Madam Secretary Moves to Modern VideoFil
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      Color for Madam Secretary Moves to Modern VideoFil

      November 10, 2014, 10:36 am
      Modern VideoFilm is currently providing all final video postproduction services for the hit CBS series Madam Secretary. Senior colorist Todd Bochner (Sleepy Hollow) is performing final color grading for the show out of Modern's boutique Santa Monica facility. Previously, the color was done by a New York-based facility with Modern handling the conform and final deliverables.

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