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'Rush' Races Through Post with DaVinci Resolve

Company 3 in London used Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve to color grade Ron Howard’s F1 racing film Rush. Tracing the true story of drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda (played by Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Brühl) and their pivotal competition throughout the 1976 F1 World Championship, Rush was shot using a variety of digital formats by cinematographer Anthony Dod Mantle, ASC, BSC, DFF.

Company 3 Uses DaVinci Resolve to Color Correct 'Captain Phillips'

Blackmagic Design has announced that Company 3 London has used DaVinci Resolve for color grading the film adaptation of Captain Phillips.

Four years after it made headlines, the harrowing true life story of American shipping captain Richard Phillips, swept up in a hostage ordeal after Somali pirates hijacked his ship, has been made into a new film by director Paul Greengrass, with Barry Akroyd as the cinematographer. Color correction for Captain Phillips was carried out by Company 3’s senior colorist Rob Pizzey.

'The Wolverine:' Company 3 Colorist Stephen Nakamura on the Developing the Film's Distinctive Look

The Wolverine, opening this weekend, finds the X-Men character Logan (Hugh Jackman) returning to Japan after a long absence and battling Yakuza and samurai warriors and, perhaps most powerful of all, his inner demons. Director James Mangold and cinematographer Ross Emery created a very theatrical look for the film, inspired by the comic book world from which the character originated.

Beast, Company 3 and Method Studios Work Seamlessly to Deliver Nike's 'No Angel'

Talent from Chicago’s Beast, Company 3 and Method Studios recently collaborated to finish Nike’s “No Angel." Nike wanted “No Angel” to create a distinct and relatable identity for the sprawling, image-obsessed, Los Angeles market while paying homage to the City of Angels’ celebrated obsession with the spotlight. The piece was directed by Go Film’s Brigg Bloomquist for San Francisco boutique shop Union Made Creative.

Colorist Stephen Nakamura on Creating the Colorful but Naturalistic World of 'Oz the Great and Powerful'

Company 3 colorist Stephen Nakamura talks to Larry Jordan in his Digital Production Buzz podcast about his work on Oz the Great and Powerful.

Company 3 Unites with USA Network to Combat Hate, Intolerance and Discrimination

What form of discrimination won’t you stand for? Award-winning post house Company 3 (CO3) On-Air Promotion and Trailers won’t stand for racism or intolerance of any kind. A proud supporter of the USA Network’s award-winning Characters Unite public service campaign, CO3 provided creative editorial, color grading, full sound design and mix for the Network’s newest Public Service Announcement (PSA) encouraging viewers to share what they won’t stand for and get involved in the movement.

Night Vision: Cinematographer Greig Fraser Captures Kathryn Bigelow’s 'Zero Dark Thirty'

Director Kathryn Bigelow’s 2008 war drama The Hurt Locker swept the Oscars for its powerfully realistic portrayal of an Iraq war bomb squad unit. Bigelow’s follow up this year, the even more ambitious war-themed feature Zero Dark Thirty, is receiving the same kind of accolades. The film, which starts with the 9/11 attack and concludes with the Navy SEAL’s raid of Osama bin Laden’s Pakistan compound, is told in a very straightforward way; Bigelow embraces a style designed to make viewers feel like they’re observing real life unfold without the traditional trappings that indicate that we’re watching a war movie.

Night Vision: Cinematographer Greig Fraser Captures Kathryn Bigelow’s 'Zero Dark Thirty'

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<p>Director Kathryn Bigelow&rsquo;s 2008 war drama The Hurt Locker swept the Oscars for its powerfully realistic portrayal of an Iraq war bomb squad unit. Bigelow&rsquo;s follow up this year, the even more ambitious war-themed feature Zero Dark Thirty, is receiving the same kind of accolades. The film, which starts with the 9/11 attack and concludes with the Navy SEAL&rsquo;s raid of Osama bin Laden&rsquo;s Pakistan compound, is told in a very straightforward way; Bigelow embraces a style designed to make viewers feel like they&rsquo;re observing real life unfold without the traditional trappings that indicate that we&rsquo;re watching a war movie.</p>

Director Kathryn Bigelow’s 2008 war drama The Hurt Locker swept the Oscars for its powerfully realistic portrayal of an Iraq war bomb squad unit. Bigelow’s follow up this year, the even more ambitious war-themed feature Zero Dark Thirty, is receiving the same kind of accolades. The film, which starts with the 9/11 attack and concludes with the Navy SEAL’s raid of Osama bin Laden’s Pakistan compound, is told in a very straightforward way; Bigelow embraces a style designed to make viewers feel like they’re observing real life unfold without the traditional trappings that indicate that we’re watching a war movie.

Company 3 and EFILM Collaborate on Comprehensive Post Pipeline for James Bond Feature 'Skyfall'

Award-winning post houses Company 3 and EFILM joined forces to provide Eon Productions' newest James Bond feature Skyfall - the first digitally-shot film in the franchise - with a complete, integrated workflow, ensuring consistency from dailies through to digital intermediate (DI). Based on this model, the companies have branded their collaborative location service as EC3, which leverages the technology and personnel of both post houses.

Company 3 Launches New Division Dedicated to Color Grading and Post Services for Games

Award-winning post house Company 3, a subsidiary of Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc., announced today it recently provided a variety of post production services to its first game project, Call of Duty: Black Ops II and concurrently, announced the opening of a new division dedicated specifically to offering color grading and other high-end post production services that will assist in taking game production to the next level of artistic heights.

Company 3, Centro Combine Forces to Color Grade Hong Kong Disneyland Spot

Award-winning post house Company 3 and Deluxe sister company Centro, Hong Kong's leading visual effects production company, utilized sophisticated remote technology to allow Company 3's Stefan Sonnenfeld to grade a thrilling, VFX-filled Halloween-themed spot for the Haunted Halloween attraction at Disneyland, Hong Kong.

Animation and Re-Animation: Company 3 Brings Tim Burton’s 'Frankenweenie' to Life

Company 3’s London office used DaVinci Resolve to color grade Disney’s 3D animated stop-motion feature Frankenweenie from director Tim Burton. After unexpectedly losing his dog, Sparky, young Victor harnesses the power of science to bring his best friend back to life, albeit with a few minor adjustments.

Company 3 Colors Tim Burton’s 'Frankenweenie' with DaVinci Resolve

Blackmagic Design has announced that Company 3’s London based office has used DaVinci Resolve for color grading Walt Disney’s new 3D animated stop motion feature, Frankenweenie.

Company 3 Launches New On-Air Promotions and Trailers Division

Award-winning post house Company 3, a subsidiary of Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc., has announced the opening of a new division that provides promotions, trailers, titles, animation and effects design work for television networks. The division will house some of the finest creative and technical talent in the industry within interconnected New York and Los Angeles facilities, and will utilize Deluxe's extensive networked infrastructure.

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Company 3 Delivers Multiple Versions of Prometheus

Company 3 completed grading and postproduction services for Prometheus, the 3D science fiction adventure directed by Ridley Scott and shot by cinematographer Dariusz Wolski, ASC, with RED EPIC cameras in 3ality Technica Atom 3D rigs.

Company 3 Employs Cutting-Edge Technology for 'Prometheus'

Award-winning post house Company 3, a subsidiary of Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc., provided sophisticated grading and post production services for Twentieth Century Fox's action thriller, Prometheus. The 3D science fiction adventure, directed by Ridley Scott, starring Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender, Guy Pearce, Idris Elba, Logan Marshall-Green, and Charlize Theron, was finished at Company 3.

RED and Undead: Company 3 Completes 3D and Color for 'Underworld Awakening'

Company 3 used Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve with Resolve Control Surface for color grading the 2D, 3D and IMAX 3D versions of Underworld Awakening. Directed by Mans Mårlind and Bjorn Stein and shot by Scott Kevan, Underworld Awakening is the latest in the popular and visually arresting vampire-themed Underworld series.

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