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The Look rolls out DaVinci Resolve Studio for picture finishing

The Look rolls out DaVinci Resolve Studio for picture finishing

Blackmagic Design has announced that The Look, a post production company in London and Cardiff, has adopted DaVinci Resolve Studio as its hero system for picturing finishing, including colour correction, conform services and finishing. Founded by CEO and senior colourist Thomas Urbye in 2007, The Look now employs a team of 23, delivering 4K Dolby...

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By Iain Blair Welcome to the first ‘Our man in LA ’ newsletter in what I hope will be a long series of informative, interesting and inspiring newsletters about our industry stretching off into the distance, to the bright horizon ahead. Yes, a quick look in the rear-view mirror reveals a trying past year or so for the business industry of...

Cinematographer Mari Yamamura on Best Thriller short film award

Cinematographer Mari Yamamura on Best Thriller short film award

-Mel Noonan- StylusMC Q: What was the short film, and what was the award? “The winning film was: Scarlet Silence and the award was Best Thriller at London Global Film Awards. It’s great to receive an award like this because it’s a proof that the director’s vision is recognised by the industry professionals.  As a cinematographer, you have a...

Developing a 1980s NYC look for Netflix’s “Eric”

Developing a 1980s NYC look for Netflix’s “Eric”

DP Benedict Spence BSC and colourist Toby Tomkins speak to ARRI about visualising New York City in the 1980s for the six-part Netflix series, captured with Alexa 35. Now available to stream on Netflix, Eric stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Vincent, a puppeteer whose nine-year-old son Edgar goes missing in New York City. His anguish and frantic...

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Film + TV Charity – Looking Glass Survey 2024

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