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Postproduction

Post Makes It Look Easy

PostCol_Rumors_Still_05Perhaps the only thing more extreme than surfing a 40-foot wave is shooting video of the surfer barreling down the face. That’s what Producer/Director Mark Kronemeyer did as one of several cinematographers on the documentary Rumors, as he followed surfers in rural villages around Mexico searching for the perfect wave. (See the Water Wonders feature in this issue to learn more about this production.)

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Interview with Let Me In Editor Stan Salfas

FilmEditng_DirectorMattReevesWhen the executives at Overture Pictures asked Director Matt Reeves (Cloverfield) to write the screenplay for the American adaptation of the Swedish cult hit Let the Right One In, he turned to his frequent editor and friend Stan Salfas. The original film, which came out in 2008, tells the tale of a delicate relationship between two pre-adolescents, a boy who’s an outsider and a girl who happens to be a vampire.

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Sony Creative Software Adds Vegas Pro 10 Compatibility in New Update for Z Depth 3d Blu-Ray Subtitling Software

Sony Creative Software, a leading provider of professional video and audio editing applications, announced today that stereoscopic Blu-ray 3D™ subtitling application Z Depth™ is now compatible with Sony Vegas™ Pro 10 non-linear editing software, adding several new features and performance improvements to Z Depth for Blu-ray Disc authoring professionals.

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Advanced Systems Group and Dolby Laboratories Address 3D Workflow Issues at Conference

In conjunction with Dolby Laboratories, Advanced Systems Group (ASG), a leading West Coast video and film integration firm, presented “3D Workflow 2010” at the Dolby Theater in San Francisco. The free daylong event included several conference sessions that addressed a variety of 3D production issues from acquisition to delivery.

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D.I. for Independents

Gone are the days when the Digital Intermediate (D.I.) was a process reserved for Hollywood blockbusters. While Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, London and many other major cities offer high-end D.I. facilities with top talent and gear, the independent filmmaker now has more options than ever to finish his or her film with a D.I. that won’t break the bank.

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