Goldcrest Post provided post-production services and support for three films debuting at this month’s 78th Venice International Film Festival.
Among them is The Lost Daughter, (cinematography by Hélène Louvart AFC) a dramatic feature marking the directorial debut of Oscar-winner Maggie Gyllenhaal that is screening in the festival’s international competition. Recently acquired by Netflix, the film stars Olivia Colman, Jessie Buckley, Dakota Johnson, Peter Sarsgaard and Paul Mescal in the story of a woman whose beach vacation turns dark when she confronts troubles from her past. Goldcrest Post provided editorial suites, support and technology, as well as editorial conforming and deliverables services.
Goldcrest Post provided colour grading services for The Cathedral, (cinematography by Bart Cortright) director Ricky Ambrose’s drama screening in the festival’s Biennale College Cinema programme. The film, starring Brian d’Arcy James, Monica Barbaro, Mark Zeisler and Geraldine Singer, presents a child’s meditative account of the rise and fall of an American family. Alex Berman was supervising colourist and Steve Beganyi was colourist.
The facility also provided colour grading for Life Of Crime: 1984-2020. (cinematography by Jon Alpert) Spanning thirty-six years, Jon Alpert’s riveting documentary follows Rob, Freddie, and Deliris on a relentless ride through the streets and prisons of Newark, New Jersey. The film, which will air on HBO Max next year, is screening in the festivals Out of Competition – Non-Fiction program. Goldcrest Post’s Evan Anthony was the colourist.