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The Making of Zero

The Brothers Lynch explain how they created the sinister atmospheric world for their new sci-fi shortIn a post-apocalyptic world where humankind has emerged victorious in a war against artificial intelligent machines, a young girl dares to venture into the unknown. This is Zero, the new sci-fi short film from acclaimed British writer-director duo T...

Submitted by Keith and David Lynch
Published 10 September 2019

Grading BBC Sounds

The BBC has launched its new personalised music, radio and podcast app with a campaign that follows one listener’s journey from meeting Kylie Minogue in a lift to Idris Elba on a bus. BBC Sounds offers a single home for the BBC’s thousands of hours of audio content, including live and on-demand shows and special music mixes curated by artists. BBC...

Submitted by Simone Grattarola
Published 25 January 2019

Strays - Telling a dark tale

Independent filmmaker, Aaron Dunleavy, has used the backdrop of his hometown, Blackburn, to create a new short film as part of Channel 4 and Arts Council Englands Random Acts programme. The initiative - delivered by Tyneside Cinema (Newcastle), HOME (Manchester), and True North Productions (Leeds) - commissions bold, innovative expressions of creat...

Submitted by Aaron Dunleavy
Published 19 October 2017

DaVinci Resolve Mini Panel from Blackmagic Design - Revie...

Blackmagic\'s new, more affordable control surface for professionals is probably the most perfect panel I\'ve ever used. By Rebecca Goodeve I\'ve been a colourist for a number of years now. I\'ve worked on everything from Pan to the latest Lurpak commercial, and, in that time, I\'ve also had the chance to work with a variety of grading solutions cu...

Submitted by Rebecca Goodeve - new
Published 04 April 2017

Sully - Grading a miracle

We all know the story. On 15 January 2009 an Airbus A320 took off from LaGuardia airport in New York, heading for Charlotte. Just a couple of minutes later the plane flew through a flock of Canada geese and blew out both engines. Knowing the risk of crashing into heavily populated areas, Captain Chesley Sullenberger - Sully - aimed for the only lon...

Submitted by Maxine Gervais
Published 15 February 2017

5 top tips to getting the grade you want

Generally speaking, a grade session can be broken down into two distinct parts - managing the people involved and managing the grade itself. As colourists, we know that unless both of these criteria are satisfied, it is likely that the client will walk away from the project unhappy and not return to us with the next job. The first step is to manage...

Submitted by tom russell
Published 15 February 2017

Grading Quantum Break

Developed by Remedy Entertainment, published by Microsoft Studios and produced by Lifeboat Productions, the sci-fi game Quantum Break is an interactive and integrated live-action TV show that features actual characters chosen by the players game choices. Available for Xbox One and Microsoft Windows users, Quantum Break follows protagonist Jack Joyc...

Submitted by Juan Ignacio
Published 15 February 2017

Posting Rovers on DaVinci Resolve

Managing director at Core Post Matt Brown reveals how he used DaVinci Resolve\'s 3D tracker, key lighting, and color tools to complete the final grade for new Sky 1 football comedy drama series, "Rovers.\" Set in the run down clubhouse of fictional non league team Redbridge Rovers FC, brand new Sky 1 football comedy "Rovers\" reunites "The Royle Fa...

Submitted by Matt Brown
Published 25 August 2016

Grading Temple - Making the future look vintage

Cineground's Simon Allard and Nguyen Anh Nguyen reveal how they used Kowa lenses and an atypical approach to grading to give their new sci-fi cyberpunk thriller, "Temple\" a unique vintage look. Created by the same indie team behind "The Akira Project,\" a viral trailer which garnered more than three million views online in 2014, "Temple\" is a new...

Submitted by Simon Allard
Published 01 April 2016

EXIT PLAN - Creating an indi SCI-FI for less than 3000 do...

with Richard Oakes Issue 108 - Decmeber 2015 The director behind new indie short "Exit Plan\" reveals just what it took to write, crowd fund, shoot and grade his very own proof of concept for a science fiction feature with DaVinci Resolve, a Pocket Cinema Camera, and only four crew members on set For founder of Dark Fable Media, Richard Oakes, film...

Submitted by exitplan
Published 15 December 2015

Will Strauss looks at post production in 2014

by Will Strauss Issue 85 - January 2014 Despite being named in Americas Top 10 Dying Industries in 2011, post-production still very much has its place in the UK. But it is changing. And fast. With increasingly commoditized and affordable technology allowing pretty much anyone (within reason) to do post-production, the lines between production and p...

Submitted by Will Strauss#
Published 01 February 2014

TV-BAY questions Jason R Moffat

Name & Title: Jason R Moffat, ColouristWho are you (about yourself and who you work for)?I’m a film colourist living in London, I mainly work on independent fiction features, shorts and commercials from my Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve based studio, where I do most of my work. What do you do? What does your company do?The work I do is specifica...

Submitted by Will Strauss#
Published 01 May 2012

Grading across the Atlantic

In the last five years, color correction has made leaps and bounds in terms of the way we grade, the performance capabilities of grading systems and even the locations where we grade. Only a few years ago, color correction suites were isolated rooms that were nearly impossible to connect to other offices or artists. But the color world has changed...

Submitted by Bob Pank#
Published 01 February 2012

Colourist and Online Editor

Who are you? (about yourself and who you work for)?I run East London Post based in Shoreditch, which is currently a single suite Colour Grading and Online Editing business based around DaVinci Resolve and Apple FCS3. What do you do? What does your company do?East London Post provides colour grading and online editing for a wide range of projects. W...

Submitted by Bob Pank#
Published 01 October 2011

tv-bay questions

James Tonkin; Director of Hangman Studios, London UKWho are you? (about yourself and Hangman Studios?)I am a director/editor who over the last few years has also turned to DP'ing and producing. I trained originally in music technology for my degree at Rose Bruford College in London but I soon moved into editing and directing after graduating in 200...

Submitted by Bob Pank#
Published 01 April 2011