As technology has moved from analog to digital to HD and now to 4K, video producers have been left to sort out the tangle of file structures, compression codecs, and metadata-storage mechanisms for themselves.
The production team faced making a drama series set in the 1950s and '60s using cutting-edge technology that's a million miles from the grainy pictures of the show's time period.
The bond between a film director and editor is often an enduring one.
When the time came for filmmaker Guillermo del Toro to post his Cold War period fantasy/drama The Shape of Water, he returned to Deluxe's all-inclusive post facility in Toronto.
Blackmagic Design's DaVinci Resolve Studio managed the color pipeline, including on-set dailies and final grade, for Kenneth Branagh's "Murder on the Orient Express."
In 2013, an elite crew of firefighters was dispatched to battle a wildfire in Yarnell, Ariz. Their heroic efforts are the subject of the film "Only the Brave," which premiered on Oct. 20.
This year has emerged as a breakthrough one for novelist Margaret Atwood. First there was Hulu's adaptation of her novel "The Handmaid's Tale," and now a limited series derived from her "Alias Grace" makes its debut on Netflix.
Constructed largely from 100 hours of recently discovered raw footage of Jane Goodall, documentarian Brett Morgen's "Jane" offers an intimate look at the beloved primatologist.
A few years ago we'd have been forgiven for assuming that by 2017, all storage would be solid state.
Southern California's Soultone Cymbals purchased a JMR Lightning LTNG-XQ-8-DTMP workstation for Apple Mac Pro.
The Codemasters F1 audio team took a couple Sound Devices MixPre-6 audio recorders trackside while working on "F1 2017," the latest release in their video game franchise.
Director of photography Barry Braverman teamed up with director Tom Ropelewski to film a documentary on the history of rock 'n' roll featuring past and current performers.
Because Chris is also the drum and percussion technician for Elton John, much of the show's postproduction took place on the road, while he was on tour.
With the cost curve of traditional storage technologies straining iQ Media's budget, iQ Media was looking for a storage solution that was appropriately priced, seamlessly scalable and low maintenance.
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'Murder on the Orient Express' editor Mick Audsley talks to Neal Romanek about collaborating with Kenneth Branagh, a 65mm workflow and how sometimes it's good to have to wait.
'Suburbicon' combines an unproduced Coen Brothers screenplay with the story of an African-American couple moving to Levittown, Pa., in the summer of 1957.
I recently spoke with Tyler Nelson, one of the four series editors, who was given the opportunity to move from the assistant chair to that of a primary editor on 'Mindhunter.'