Framestore is opening a dedicated VR and Immersive Content Studio
at their New York office inspired by the success of their Game of Thrones
virtual reality experience, ‘Ascend the Wall’.
Mirada and UCLA designed a film by compositing imagery from multiple sources,
and used mapping techniques to project the footage at 5K onto the University's
famous Royce Hall.
Cinematographer Callan Green ACS shot two independent films, ‘Show Boy’
and ‘Grey Bull’, on his Sony F65 4K CineAlta camera, both set to premiere
at this year’s Sydney Film Festival.
Hungarian FilmLab is now using CORTEX::Dailies, which processes
data from Sony, ARRI, Canon and RED digital cinema cameras, to
produce digital dailies for clients in production.
On Set Tech in the UK developed a custom colour management workflow
for digital dailies based on DaVinci Resolve 10 during the shoot of the
upcoming movie ‘The Secret Service’.
Screen Australia has provided $2.6 million to 21 independent Australian
game developers, and will launch a program in 2013 to support
development of internationally-driven TV drama.
Animal Logic Entertainment and Syco Entertainment are to form a multi-
project partnership developing music-based animated and hybrid animation/live
Colourist Adam Glasman at Company 3 colour graded F1 racing action
film ‘Rush’ to smoothly blend 16mm and 35mm archive films with modern
NAB MTI Film showed the new CORTEX CarryOn, portable, all-in-one, on-set
dailies processing system, with full metadata capture, at NAB after beta testing
it on US TV series ‘Longmire’.
IBC 2013 Ncam is demonstrating real-time visualisation of immersive 3D CG
graphics content in-camera while shooting to support various
Leviathan design company in Chicago recently produced two contrasting
titles sequences, one entirely live action shot with microphotography, the
other in two-colour motion graphics.
Bad Robot post studio has now based its production services division Kelvin
Optical on SGO Mistika DI and stereo 3D systems, helping them control all
post functions within their facility.
Indie film ‘Computer Chess’ was shot on a 1970s tube camera,
converting analogue to SD with an AJA D5D Mini-Converter and
recording the SD feed in Apple ProRes HQ with a Ki Pro Mini.
BulletProof is a footage prep and delivery package to help filmmakers bridge
the gap between camera and editor with backup, organization, colour and
Proof Visualization Services will soon open a production facility in Sydney,
extending its previs, virtual production and postvis services from the US,
Canada and the UK to Australia.
Distributor MarVista Entertainment now uses Aframe to expedite
review and approval of digital dailies for nationally aired features
as part of its broadcast workflow.
DIT services team Trade Digital Cinema combined their mobile dailies system
with SCRATCH Lab to organise and monitor footage for the upcoming
independent movie ‘Split’.
Jeff started on set for ‘The Bling Ring’ in his usual DIT role, creating
dailies with SCRATCH Lab. But he quickly extended his skills to the
full SCRATCH to handle the DI and grade as well.