|Harvest Films’ Director Stephan Malik Creates Shapeways Brand Film|
Project Highlights Extraordinary 3D Printing & Surrounding Creative Community
Harvest Films’ new director Stephan Malik turned his keen eye and talent to the extraordinary realm of 3D printing in a film for Shapeways. The branded documentary centers on the culture of creativity inspired by this incredible technology – from design innovation to beautifully rendered one-of-a-kind pieces. The film is a look into the Shapeways vision, community and 3D printing magic.
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|Director Jason Smith Joins Harvest|
Harvest has signed award-winning director Jason Smith for exclusive US representation. At Harvest, Jason Smith joins a select and diverse director roster than includes The Hoffman Brothers, Matthias Zentner, Adam Goldstein, David Nutter and company co-founder Baker Smith.
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|Harvest's Baker Smith Directs "Fairies," "Rescue" and "Bear" for France's Bouygues Telecom|
Fairies, a suspenseful water rescue and a raging bear are highlights of the epic campaign for Bouygues Telecom co-produced by Harvest and Wanda for DDB Paris. Harvest Films' director Baker Smith collaborated with masterful DP Chris Soos, accomplished editor Herve Schneid (Amelie, City of Lost Children) and the visual effects artists at BUF to craft a campaign that includes the whimsical "Fairies" which was released theatrically in 3D.
published 2 years ago read more
|Shooters Post & Transfer Adds Editor Hutchinson|
Shooters Post & Transfer has hired Editor, Mark Hutchinson. Hutchinson brings more than 15 years of experience to Shooters, having earned his chops in commercial editing in New York as well as in award-winning documentary films in his native England.
published 3 years ago read more
|Version2 Takes On New Talent|
New York-based editorial and VFX/motion design company Version2 proudly welcomes the addition of Art Director/VFX Designer Niklaus Schlumpf.
published 5 years ago read more
|News: Autodesk Technology Transports Moviegoers to Worlds of Wizardry and Whimsy!|
From an inviting ice castle to a thawing waterfall, many of the holiday season’s movies were shaped with Autodesk, Inc.’s (NASDAQ: ADSK) media and entertainment software. Leading post-production facilities, including Sony Pictures Imageworks, Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) and The Orphanage, relied on Autodesk’s systems and software to realize their wildest wintry ideas.
published 7 years ago read more