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Restored Classic Film Premieres Highlight The Reel Thing Technical Symposium

Los Angeles Edition of Symposium to Address Confluence of Film Restoration and Digital Technologies in Service of Future-Proofing Cinema’s Legacies for Generations to Come The Reel Thing, a symposium dedicated to addressing the preservation and restoration of audio visual collections, will open with the U.S. premiere of a new restoration of the Oscar®-nominated 1960 film “La Verite” (“The Truth”). Two ...

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MTI Film Restores Classic Spencer Tracy Drama “The Power and the Glory”

The restoration earns nomination for a 2016 Focal International Award. HOLLYWOOD—Restoration of 20th Century Fox’s 1933 classic The Power and the Glory was recently completed at MTI Film, Hollywood. The restored version of the film is currently submitted for a 2016 Focal International Award for Best Archive Restoration and Preservation Project. Directed by William K. Howard, The Power and the ...

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Sony Pictures Creates 4K Restoration of Rita Hayworth Musical “Cover Girl”

CULVER CITY, CALIF.— Sony Pictures Entertainment recently completed an all-new 4K restoration of Cover Girl, director Charles Vidor’s 1944 Technicolor musical that marked one of the first starring roles for Rita Hayworth. The new restoration, completed under the supervision of Grover Crisp, Sony Pictures EVP Asset Management, Film Restoration & Digital Mastering, recently premiered at The Museum of Modern Art ...

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Management Team Purchases Digital Vision

London, UK – Digital Vision, the supplier of the world’s best colour grading, restoration and film scanning solutions for the broadcast, film, commercial and archive industries, has been acquired by its management team consisting of Kelvin Bolah, Greg Holland and Claes Westerlund. The acquisition from Swedish company Image Systems, for 6.1 Million SEK, will preserve the heritage of the 26 ...

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Digital Vision Goes Back to the Future at IBC 2014

New Software Based Transcoding Technology, Revolutionary Automated Archive Workflows With Bifrost Archive Bridge, Golden Eye 4, and Latest Versions of Nucoda and Phoenix   IBC 2014, STAND 6.A14 (London, UK) – At IBC 2014 Digital Vision will unveil a revolutionary automated archive workflow, and return to its roots with new software based transcoding technology, the new Golden Eye 4 scanner, ...

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