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FilmLight creates Cold War look for ‘The Americans’

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Series six graded for HDR and 4K Ultra HD at Technicolor PostWorks The sixth and final Emmy award winning series of The Americans, a period spy thriller set in the 1980s during the Cold War, was recently finished in HDR and 4K Ultra HD at Technicolor PostWorks in New York. Since series two, the look of the finished series has ...

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Technicolor PostWorks Finishes Eight Films Screening at the New York Film Festival

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NEW YORK— Eight films screening at the 55th New York Film Festival received post-production services through Technicolor PostWorks New York. Among them is the Woody Allen film Wonder Wheel, the festival’s closing night selection. The others include the Main Stage selections The Florida Project, Lady Bird and The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), and the documentary features Arthur Miller: Writer, ...

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Technicolor PostWorks’ Sam Daley Replicates Black & White Look for Horror Tale “The Eyes of My Mother”

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Stylishly shocking film marks debut of director Nicolas Pesce; Cinematographer Zach Kuperstein nominated for Independent Spirit Award. NEW YORK— Writer-Director Nicolas Pesce’s debut feature, The Eyes of My Mother, which was finished  at Technicolor PostWorks New York, is a beautifully calibrated horror story of a young woman scarred by childhood tragedy. The film is packed with heart-pounding moments, made all ...

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Technicolor PostWorks Colors a Changing World for Nat Geo’s “Years of Living Dangerously”

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Colorist Anthony Raffaele crafts unique looks for documentary series on climate change. NEW YORK— Currently airing on the National Geographic Channel, the documentary series Years of Living Dangerously recently returned to Technicolor PostWorks New York to finish the eight 1-hour episodes that comprise its second season. Created by former 60 Minutes producers Joel Bach and David Gelber, the show won ...

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Technicolor PostWorks’ Joe Beirne and Matthew Schneider to Speak at Pre-NAB Avid Event

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NEW YORK— Technicolor PostWorks New York Chief Technology Officer Joe Beirne and Director of Technology Matthew Schneider will offer advice on working with 4K and HDR media in a special session of the Avid Customer Association’s The Future in Motion Conference in Las Vegas.  Beirne and Schneider will discuss strategies for managing 4K projects through the offline, online and finishing process ...

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Technicolor PostWorks Busy with New and Returning Fall Series

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NEW YORK—Technicolor PostWorks is providing post-production services for a number of new and returning series airing this fall. They include highly-anticipated shows from ABC, IFC, Netflix, Amazon, USA and Showtime. Quantico, a crime drama from ABC about young FBI recruits training at the Quantico base in Virginia. Technicolor PostWorks is providing editorial conforming and color grading; Mike Nuget, conform editor; ...

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Technicolor PostWorks Collaborates with Ken Burns and Daniel J. White on “The Civil War” Restoration

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Landmark PBS documentary remastered in 4K for 25th anniversary rebroadcast and Blu-ray release. NEW YORK— When Ken Burns’s 11-hour documentary The Civil War first aired on PBS in 1990, it set new standards for television documentaries through its astonishingly detailed, sweeping and often heart-wrenching recount of the epic conflict between the North and South. Working under the direction of Burns ...

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Technicolor PostWorks Helps David Simon Recreate 1980s Yonkers for HBO’s “Show Me a Hero”

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NEW YORK—Post-production for Show Me a Hero, the new 6-part drama debuting on HBO this month, recently wrapped up at Technicolor PostWorks New York. The post house handled dailies processing, editorial conforming, final color grading and deliverables. It also provided sound mixing through its PostWorks facility. From David Simon, whose previous work with HBO includes the acclaimed series Treme and ...

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