|2G Digital, Burbank, and DuArt, New York, Form Strategic Partnership|
Post Facilities to Work Cooperatively to Deliver Digital Supply Chain and Traditional Post Services to Clients Nationwide.
2G Digital, a Burbank post production facility specializing in digital supply chain services, and DuArt, a New York facility offering comprehensive post production services for video, digital media and film, have entered into a strategic partnership that will allow both companies to expand their geographic reach and add new services.
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|DuArt Adds 21 Edit Bays And Two Insert Stages To Post Production Facility|
Completely Renovated 7th Floor Increases Capacity for NYC’s Comprehensive Post Facility
DuArt, New York City’s comprehensive audio, video and digital media post facility, has added new capacity for its production and post clients. The latest expansion at DuArt includes 21 additional edit bays, along with two new insert stages.
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|DuArt Names Craig Gordon Senior Editor|
Award-Winning Editor Brings Accomplished Capabilities to Renowned New York City Post House
DuArt, New York City’s comprehensive video, digital media, and film post facility, announced that it has added Craig Gordon as Senior Editor.
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|DuArt Names Ron Harris VP Of Production And Sales|
Experienced Executive Leads Comprehensive NYC Post Facility’s Expansion Into Broadcast Video Post
DuArt, New York City’s comprehensive video and film post facility, announced that it has named Ron Harris as Vice President of Production and Sales.
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|News: Murderball, documentary about quad rugby and its players, shot with Panasonic AG-DVX100A cameras|
In Theaters Now, thinkMTV Production Accumulates Major Awards, Including Documentary Audience Award, Special Jury Prize/Editing At 2005 Sundance Festival
One of the most acclaimed films of the year, Murderball, a THINKFILM production co-distributed with MTV Films, has dominated the film festival circuit since its debut at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, where it won both the Documentary Audience Award and a Special Jury Prize for Editing.
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