Updated 3:35 p.m. Sony has sold its digital intermediate, mastering and restoration facility, Colorworks, to Deluxe, and the two companies have struck a semi-exclusive deal for post services, the…
Often the work of a colorist — like that of an editor, a composer or a sound designer — is most profound when it is invisible to the common viewer. Yet for that reason, color grading and digital…
George Lucas is among three technologists to receive the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers highest accolade, the org announced today. Lucas is to receive an Honorary Membership in…
With the announcement of Technicolor’s plans to consolidate and expand its Montreal post-production and visual effects operations, Technicolor Digital Productions president Tim Sarnoff spoke to…
"When I first heard that this was being done, I wasn't excited, I was frightened," said George Feltenstein, senior VP of theatrical catalog marketing for Warner Bros. Digital Distribution, says of…
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Universal Wednesday notified employees in its feature sound mixing dept. that their jobs will be phased out.
A group of industry experts put the blame for most bad 3D theatrical experiences on outdated exhibition standards and the pressure on exhibitors to control their costs at today's 3D Entertainment…
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