By Jonathan S. Abrams
That’s right. We are still taking NAB. There was a lot to cover!
So, the first appointment I booked for NAB Show 2018, both in terms of my show schedule (10am Monday) and the vendors I was in contact with, was with StorageDNA’s Jeff Krueger, VP of worldwide sales. Continue reading
By Jennifer Walden
Universal Pictures’ Pacific Rim: Uprising is a big action film, with monsters and mechs that are bigger than skyscrapers. When dealing with subject matter on this grand of a scale, there’s no better way to experience it than on a 50-foot screen with a seat-shaking sound system. If you missed it in theaters, Continue reading
Name: David McCallum
Company: Sim International — Sim Post (Sound) in Toronto
Can you describe your company?
Sim provides equipment and creative services for projects in film and television. We have offices in Toronto, Los Angeles, New York City, Atlanta and Vancouver. Continue reading
Chicago-born, Germany-raised Ronney Afortu has been enjoying a storied career at Hamburg-based studio Optical Art. This veteran senior DI colorist has an impressive resume, having worked on the Oscar-nominated film Mongol, with Oscar-winning director Bille August on Night Train to Lisbon, as well as the recent Golden Globe-winning movie In the Fade (Aus dem Nichts), Continue reading
NAB is a bear. Anyone who has attended this show can attest to that. But through all the clutter, postPerspective sought to seek out the best of the best for our Impact Awards. So we turned to a panel of esteemed industry pros (to whom we are very grateful!) to cast their votes on what they thought would be most impactful to their day-to-day workflows, Continue reading
By Brady Betzel
There are a lot of laptops and tablets on the market these days that can seemingly power a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launch and landing. If you work in media and entertainment like I do, these days you might even be asked to edit and color correct that Falcon 9 footage that could have been filmed in some insane resolution like 8K. Continue reading
The-Artery founder and director Vico Sharabani recently brought together an elite group of creative artists and skilled technologists to create a cross-continental VR production pipeline for Mercedes-Benz’s Masters tournament brand campaign called “What Makes Us.”
Emmy-nominated cinematographer Paul Cameron (Westworld) and VFX supervisor Rob Moggach co-directed the project, Continue reading
By Iain Blair
British director and writer Michael Radford is probably best known for Il Postino, a huge international hit that earned five Oscar noms, two BAFTA awards (for Best Director and Best Foreign Film) and a raft of other honors.
Radford, who began as a director of documentaries, Continue reading
NAME: Justin Barnes
CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR COMPANY?
We are “versus” the traditional model of a creative studio. Our approach is design driven and full service. We handle everything from live action to post production, Continue reading
By Brady Betzel
With Blackmagic’s DaVinci Resolve 15 released at this year’s NAB, a lot of editors, colorists and now audio mixers want to dive in and see what all of the fuss is about.
Resolve 15 is now a Pro Tools competitor thanks to Fairlight and an After Effects competitor thanks to Fusion. Continue reading