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Digital Cinema Workflows with QubeMaster Pro
Soho-based Dado Valentic is a colorist and digital image workflow expert. His facility, MyTherapy, provides clients with on-set supervision, including look development, color grading and finishing, and digital distribution, with a specialization in stereo 3D.
While much of Valentic’s work is on independent feature films, such as Inbred – the latest work by director Alex Chandon – the facility also delivers commercials projects, music videos and television shows.
Visual Effects Facility Credits Include The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part I, Immortals, Jane Eyre, and Source Code
Modus FX, one of Canada’s emerging leaders in visual effects, announced today that it has signed with International Creative Management (“ICM”), one of the world’s largest talent and literary agencies. Based in Montreal, Modus FX is the first Canadian postproduction house to be included in the prestigious entertainment agency’s roster. The partnership between ICM and Modus FX will provide Hollywood studios with easier access to Modus’ capabilities for project development, VFX supervision and postproduction.
New Work by Drew Klassen at Gallery Page & Strange
An exhibition of new work by artist Drew Klassen opened at Gallery Page and Strange in Halifax on September 30 and will run through October 21. Based primarily on Klassen’s travels in Europe, East Asia and Cuba, the new paintings are dense, gestural renderings of his experiences of both natural and human-made environments. The result is a fluid, restless interplay between representation and abstraction, and a new phase in the artist’s evolution.
Local history inspires a local food project in Toronto
Black Creek Historic Brewery has embarked on a quest to brew its first, and possibly Canada’s only, One-Mile Beer – made from ingredients grown on site at Black Creek Pioneer Village, and brewed with the same equipment and techniques that were used by early Ontario settlers in the 19th century. If successful, 30 to 35 “Growlers” (two liter jugs) of the handcrafted ale will be ready in late-October for purchase.
Black Creek Historic Brewery has embarked on a quest to brew its first, and possibly Canada’s only, One-Mile Beer – made from ingredients grown on-site at Black Creek Pioneer Village, and brewed with the same equipment and techniques that were used by early Ontario settlers in the 19th century. Two years ago Black Creek Pioneer [...]
Pioneer Festival at Black Creek Pioneer Village on September 17
Toronto: September 13, 2011… Black Creek Pioneer Village will host the 55th annual Pioneer Festival, a harvest celebration of local foods, beautiful crafts and the communities who create them. By continuing traditions which date back to Ontario’s early settlers, the Pioneer Festival provides the public with a window into sustainable living practices and community building: issues which are as relevant in our time as they ever were in the past.
See Big Pic at IBC – Booth 7.K01
Amsterdam: August 31, 2011 … Big Pic Media is brining a full lineup of production and postproduction technologies to IBC. This year, the UK-based system integrator will be presenting Cintel, Yoyotta, MARVIN and Pandora.
“The exciting thing for Big Pic at this year’s IBC is that fact the worlds of production and postproduction are actually merging,” said Adam Welsh, director of Big Pic Media. “It’s interesting to present products that cross those boundaries.”
LA Facility Offers DCP Mastering for Doc and Independent Filmmakers