NEW YORK— Technicolor – PostWorks New York provided post-production services to nine films screening at this month’s Toronto International Film Festival. They include the concert film Roger Waters The Wall, the Martin Scorsese/David Tedeschi documentary: The New York Review of Books: A 50 Year Argument, and seven narrative films: Ross Katz’s Adult Beginners, David Gordon Green’s Manglehorn,Theodore Melfi’s St. Vincent,David Dobkin’s The Judge, Shawn Levy’s This is Where I Leave You, Chris Rock’s Top Five andNoah Baumbach’s While We’re Young. The Toronto International Film Festival is scheduled for September 4 – 14.
New York’s leading independent provider of post production services for film and television, Technicolor – PostWorks, New York, has a long history of supporting films premiering at the Toronto Film Festival.
Roger Waters The Wall, directed by Sean Evans and Roger Waters, documents live performances of the landmark Pink Floyd album by the singer-songwriter; Brett Turnbull, cinematographer; Katie Mcquerrey, editor. Editorial conforming and visual effects services were completed at The Room, Technicolor-PostWorks’ boutique finishing facility; Ben Murray, conforming editor. Final color grading was completed at Technicolor-PostWorks by colorist Tim Stipan.
The New York Review of Books: A 50 Year Argument is Martin Scorsese and David Tedeschi’s incisive portrait of the iconoclastic literary magazine; Ellen Kuras and Lisa Rinzler, cinematographers; Paul Marchand and Michael J. Palmer, editors. Editorial conforming and final color grading was completed at The Room; Ben Murray, Allie Ames, Jeff Cornell and Ryan McMahon, conforming editors; Ben Murray, colorist.
Adult Beginners marks the feature directorial debut of Academy Award-nominated producer Ross Katz (In the Bedroom, Lost in Translation); Vanja Cernjul, cinematographer; Paul Frank, editor. PostWorks provided sound post production services; Martin Czembor, re-recording mixer. Final color grading was completed at The Room; Jack Lewars, colorist.
Manglehorn is David Gordon Green’s drama, starring Al Pacino, Chris Messina and Holly Hunter, about an eccentric man coming to terms with a past crime ; Tim Orr, cinematographer; Colin Patton, editor. PostWorks provided editorial facilities and deliverables.
St. Vincent isTheodore Melfi’s comedy about a single mom (Melissa McCarthy) who recruits her grumpy neighbor (Bill Murray) to babysit her 12-year-old son; John Lindley, cinematographer; Sarah Flack and Peter Teschner, editors. Technicolor-PostWorks provided 35mm film processing and dailies services; Chris Gennarelli, dailies colorist. Editorial conforming and color grading was completed at The Room; Allie Ames, conforming editor; Jack Lewars, colorist.
The Judge is David Dobkin’s drama about a man, Hank, (Robert Downey Jr.) who returns home to defend his father (Robert Duvall) in a murder case; Janusz Kaminski, cinematographer; Mark Livolsi, editor. Technicolor-PostWorks provided 35mm film processing and dailies services; John Vladic, dailies colorist. (Final color grading was done at Technicolor, Los Angeles; Mike Hatzer, colorist.)
This is Where I Leave You is comedy-drama directed by Shawn Levy about four siblings who reunite in their family home after their father dies. The film stars Jason Bateman, Tina Fey and Jane Fonda; Terry Stacey, cinematographer; Dean Zimmerman, editor. Technicolor-PostWorks provided editorial facilities and dailies processing services; Chris Gennarelli, dailies colorist. (Final color grading was done at Technicolor, Los Angeles, Skip Kimball, colorist.)
Top Five, (formerly Finally Famous), directed by and starring Chris Rock, is a comedy about a famous New York City comedian-turned-film-star; Manuel Alberto Claro, cinematographer; Anne McCabe, editor. Technicolor-PostWorks provided editorial conforming and color grading services; Chris Mackenzie, conforming editor; Tim Stipan, colorist.
While We’re Young is Noah Baumbach’s exploration of aging, ambition and success, starring Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts as a middle-aged couple whose career and marriage are overturned when a disarming young couple enters their lives; Sam Levy, cinematographer; Jennifer Lame, editor. Technicolor-PostWorks provided video versioning as well as film deliverables.
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