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Effects

A Toast to Post Music

bob_sfwThere’s no question about it: Music plays a critical role in the success or failure of movies, TV shows, documentaries and commercials. But there’s more to production music than a conventional score, such as "source music" cues where a radio or CD plays a specific song a film’s background. More and more filmmakers are turning to music libraries to help with their storytelling needs. And while music libraries have been around for decades, who uses them and how has changed.

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DI Comes in All Sizes

di_company3_post-house_sfwThe digital intermediate (DI) has become an accepted part of the workflow for feature films ─ from the biggest blockbusters to smaller-budget independents. There are currently an enormous number of tools to get the job done, including software-based systems and the DI systems with the most bells and whistles. P3 Update has taken a look at some recent DI work to see the challenges that DI artists are facing and the tools they use to complete the job.

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LOOK Effects Takes on "Limitless"

Visual Effects can transport, captivate and visually illuminate a story while taking the audience places they dare to dream about.  LOOK Effects’ New York, a visual effects production facility recently worked on the visual effects for Neil Burger’s latest thriller, Limitless, staring Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro.

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Color Correcting

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The digital intermediate (DI) is often a high-ticket item in the postproduction budget, but more and more independent filmmakers are still able to finish their films with a flourish. Even better, top-end tools from such well-respected manufacturers as Blackmagic Design and FilmLight are part of the equation.

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North American 3-D Movie Box Office Revenue Nearly Doubles in 2010

Box office revenue generated by three dimensional (3-D) movies in North America nearly doubled in 2010, as more screens were upgraded to 3-D capability and studios delivered more 3-D motion pictures, new IHS Screen Digest research indicates.

North American 3-D movie theater revenue amounted to $2.2 billion in 2010, up 85 percent from $1.2 billion in 2009. The 3-D segment rose to account for 20.6 percent of total North American movie theater box office revenue in 2010, up from 11.0 percent in 2009.

The attached figure presents the IHS Screen Digest historical estimate of North American 3-D box office revenue.

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