Music house Human hires Carol Dunn as executive producer

LA-based music house Human Worldwide has hired Carol Dunn as executive producer. Dunn joins Human from post house PS260, where she was executive producer in its West Coast office for two years. She will report to Human’s partner and composer Gareth Williams.

In her new role, Dunn will be responsible for developing Human’s business from their LA office and growing its model to expand its brand, Continue reading

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ACES adds new companies to Logo Program 

Six new companies have been added to the ACES Logo Program. Membership in the program signals that the companies are committed to implementing ACES into their hardware and software products in conformance with program specifications for consistency and quality. ACES is the global standard for color management, digital image interchange and archiving. Continue reading


AJA offers 4K/UltraHD conversion between HDMI 2.0 and 12G-SDI

AJA has introduced the Hi5-12G, a new 12G-SDI to HDMI 2.0 mini-converter, and the HA5-12G, an HDMI 2.0 to 12G-SDI mini-converter, each available in three model configurations, with or without Fiber SFPs. The new mini-converters streamline the transmission of high-resolution, high-frame-rate and color content over long distances.

The next generation of Hi5-4K-Plus, Continue reading


Carbon creates four animated thrill ride spots

Carbon was called on once again by agency Cramer-Krasselt to create four spots — Railblazer, Twisted Timbers, Steel Vengeance and HangTime — for Cedar Fair Entertainment Company, which owns and operates 11 amusement parks across North America.

Following the success of Carbon’s creepy 2017 teaser film for the ride Mystic Timbers, Continue reading


EditFest London sets lineup

The American Cinema Editors (ACE) have set its lineup of editors for EditFest London, which takes place on June 30 at BFI Southbank. In addition to film panels, this year’s event will feature editors drilling down on their experiences editing television crime dramas, followed by a panel discussion focusing on the jump from assistant editor to editor. Continue reading


Panavision Millennium DXL2’s ecosystem grows with color science, lenses, more

Panavision’s Millennium DXL2 8K camera was on display at Cine Gear last week featuring  a new post-centric firmware upgrade, along with four new large-format lens sets, a DXL-inspired accessories kit for Red DSMC2 cameras and a preview of custom advancements in filter technology.

DXL2 incorporates technology advancements based on input from cinematographers, Continue reading


Sony updates Venice to V2 firmware, will add HFR support

At CineGear, Sony introduced new updates and developments for its Venice CineAlta camera system including Version 2 firmware, which will now be available in early July.

Sony also showed the new Venice Extension System, which features expanded flexibility and enhanced ergonomics. Also announced was Sony’s plan for high frame rate support for the Venice system. Continue reading


Tom Dunlap, Gui Borchert lead Hecho Studios, formerly Hecho En 72

Hecho En 72 has expanded its North American operations to allow for continued growth in both Los Angeles and New York. It will now be known as Hecho Studios under the MDC Partners network of companies. Hecho, is a content development and production company that originally was grown as part of 72andSunny, but is now a separate entity. Continue reading

Wazee Digital revamps Commerce portal for faster footage licensing

Wazee Digital, a provider of cloud-native video management and licensing services, has relaunched Wazee Digital Commerce, a portal designed to help rights holders maximize the value of their content by connecting with customers who need specific video clips.

Commerce has been revamped with a completely new look and feel — including improvements to the user interface and user experience — that simplify and enhance the search, Continue reading

Frame.io adds Image Review tool to all-new version

Frame.io, a workflow management platform for video, has rolled out the first of many new features to come in what the company is referring to as the all-new Frame.io. The new advanced Image Review tool brings all of the platform’s review and collaboration capabilities to more types of visual media, Continue reading