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Blue Lucy wins a BAFTA (project) Posted: 24/10/2017
Blue Lucy, announced today that the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) is using the Blue Lucy Asset Manager (BLAM) to manage their content archive and streamline content production workflows. The software is hosted entirely in Amazon Web Services (AWS).
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Niv Adiri, OSCAR- and BAFTA-Winning Sound Designer and Re-recording Mixer, Applies NUGEN Audios Halo Upmix for 5.1 Version of T2 Trainspotting Posted: 26/04/2017
Acclaimed sound designer and re-recording mixer Niv Adiri has chosen NUGEN Audios Halo Upmix to create surround 5.1 versions of the music and sound effects on a wide range of cinema projects. Adiri most recently used Halo Upmix on the current film T2 Trainspotting. With Halo Upmix, he was able to work from stereo source tracks to deliver a 5.1 mix that was true to the original sound of the music, but also sounded ideal in a range of surround listening environments.
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KEO films Uses Forscene to Accelerate Remote Production Workflow for New Fact-Based Series Posted: 30/04/2015
Forbidden, makers of market-leading professional video editing software Forscene, announced today that BAFTA, Royal Television Society, and Emmy Award-winning independent production company KEO films incorporated Forscene into the remote production workflow for "Bangkok Airport," its latest factual program prepared for the BBC. Forscene not only served as a remote-viewing and "second edit" solution, but also provided an efficient method of logging and translation. The resulting workflow let producers and editors in London and Glasgow, Scotland, review and edit content without delay, and at the same time collaborate with the camera crews in Thailand on the ongoing shoot.
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CTV equips new flagship OB11 with RTS intercoms Posted: 09/03/2015

CTV, one of the largest independent OB companies in Europe, has equipped its three new OB trucks with RTS intercoms. Among them are CTVs new flagship OB11, which features an ADAM matrix and 32 RTS keypanels. As one of the largest OB trucks ever built, the 4K-capable OB11 truck has so far covered Sky Sports cricket broadcast, the Victorias Secret Fashion Show, the National Television Awards and the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards.

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Brit Ben Wilkins is BAFTA, Oscar and AMPS nominee for Whiplash Posted: 27/01/2015

The sound of terror or tenderness, a ripsaw or a ripple, is integral to mood, narrative arc, indeed success in cinema and British sound engineers have rapidly established a global reputation as being among the best in the business at delivering those crucial bits of auditory intrigue.

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XL Video Shines at the BAFTA Cymru Awards 2014 Posted: 10/11/2014

XL Video supplied LED screens and control for the 2014 BAFTA Cymru Awards. The event, held on 26th October at the Millennium Centre, Cardiff, celebrates the best productions from the television and film industries in Wales.

Working with BAFTA show producer, Jonathan Davies, and production designer, David Marson, XL Video supplied a 15m wide by 4.2m high LED screen formed from a combination of its ROE MC-18T and MC-7T products.

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BAFTA brings Childrens Media Question Time to The Landing Posted: 16/06/2014

The Landing at MediaCityUK and BAFTA have teamed up to host a Childrens Media Question Time event, which will include a panel debate with industry experts and networking to follow. The event coincides with the third anniversary of BBC Norths move to Salford.  

Held at The Landings media lounge, OnThe7th, the event will take place on Wednesday 18 June at 6.30pm. 

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Bafta winning entrepreneurs KickStart The Scorpion Light from BVE London to NAB 2014 Posted: 18/03/2014

Three young entrepreneurs from Scotland have launched an exciting new Kickstarter campaign running from BVE London to NAB in Vegas. At NAB, their company, Blind Spot Gear, proudly introduces the Scorpion Light, a revolutionary adaptable lighting solution for almost any conceivable production scenario.

Tags: Bafta | Kickstart | Scorpion light | Blind Spot Gear | Scotland | NAB 2014 | BVE London | LED | lights | lighting system | portable lights | dimable | barn doors | DTAP | Michael Burns | location light | top light | detail light | lighting kit | kilts | Billy Campbell | Bafta winning director | Kodak Award | cinematographer | NAB 2014
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Procam brings The British Academy Scotland Awards to the nation Posted: 15/11/2013
PROCAM, the UKs largest broadcast hire facility, is working with  BAFTA Scotland to film the 24th British Academy Scotland Awards in 2013, held in Glasgow on November 17th.
 
Following Procams recent expansion into Scotland, the team will be helping BAFTA to celebrate Scottish creativity by filming the British Academy Scotland Awards ceremony for the very first time.
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Ian Sands wins BAFTA for Gospel Sound Posted: 10/10/2013
Production sound mixer Ian Sands is celebrating a sound victory after scooping the Best Sound BAFTA Cymru award for his work on the 2012 film 'The Gospel of Us' starring Michael Sheen.

Together with dubbing mixer Dai Shell, Sands accepted the prestigious British Academy Award for the pair's outstanding work on Dave McKean's contemporary re-telling of the Passion story, the big screen adaptation of the National Theater of Wales Easter performance in Port Talbot. The familiar mask trophy was presented at the glittering ceremony in the Wales Millennium Center, Cardiff on 29th September.

In a career spanning 35 years of sound recording and mixing, Sands has a host of Film and TV credits to his name including 'The Bourne Ultimatum', and more recently Tim Burton's 'Dark Shadows', with the latest for release this month Stephen Sondheim's musical 'Merrily We Roll Along'.

"I have worked on many films and TV shows but this project was certainly a challenge," says Sands. "This fantastic award is recognition of the hard work and effort put into ensuring the film sound track had all the necessary ingredients and impact to accompany the vision of the Director. A big thank you to BAFTA Cymru."

The production sound team also included Dubbing mixer and Ian's second, Emyr Morris, minstrel recordists Jules Davies, Dafydd Pierce and Nick Stewart. Post production was undertaken by Dia Shell and Ellie Russell.      
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DPA Microphones Congratulates Les Miserables Sound Team On Its Oscar and BAFTA Awards Success Posted: 25/02/2013

DPA Microphones would like to extend its congratulations to Andy Nelson, Mark Paterson and Simon Hayes for their recent success at both the Oscar and BAFTA Award Ceremonies where they carried off the top accolades in the Sound Mixing categories for their work on Les Miserables.

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Hackenbacker Wins A British Academy Television Craft Award For Best Sound Fiction 2011 Posted: 09/05/2011
Hackenbacker Audio Post Production is delighted to announce that it has won the 2011 British Academy Television Craft Awards in the Best Sound Fiction category.

The London-based facility won the award for its work on ITVs major costume drama series, Downton Abbey, which aired on ITV1 in the Autumn of 2010. The award was presented last night at The Brewery in London.

Nigel Heath, Hackenbackers founder and director, says: I am absolutely thrilled that Hackenbacker has won this award and I was delighted to accept it on behalf of the whole team, all of whom have played an important part in making Downton Abbey a sound success. Costume dramas are not the easiest projects to tackle from an audio point of view because of the need to make them sound almost timeless. We have to ensure that no modern day noises such as aeroplanes or cars get into the mix and shatter the illusion. We were honoured to be asked to work on the show and we are all very proud of the result.

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Hackenbacker Receives Two Nominations For This Years British Academy Television Craft Awards 2011 Posted: 23/04/2011
Hackenbacker Audio Post Production has been nominated for this year's British Academy Television Craft Awards in the Best Sound Drama category.

Indeed the London-based facility has two nominations in this category for its work on ITV's major costume drama series, Downton Abbey, which aired on ITV1 in the Autumn of 2010, and for Any Human Heart, a four-part mini series that was shown on Channel 4 last November and December.
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