(BURBANK, CALIFORNIA--August 27, 2015) Modern VideoFilm powered by Point.360 participated in a 4K/HDR panel discussion sponsored by Key Code Media on the Sony lot Wednesday August 19th, 2015.
Award winning colorist Bryan McMahan (Knight of Cups, The End of Tour) discussed his experiences grading with both of the industry leading solutions for HDR display technology, Dolby Vision and Samsung SUHD. Bryan recent finished the 4K remastering of the ®Academy Award winning feature “Braveheart” which included an HDR version as one of its deliverables. “HDR offers a new visual palette for DPs and colorists,” said McMahan seated far right.
The event’s moderator Larry Jordan, seated far left above, wrote a blog about the event which you can find here:
and a recording of the live webcast is now posted on Key Code’s YouTube channel:
Modern is also very pleased to announce that Senior Broadcast Colorist Wayne Hampton expands the team in TV finishing joining colorist Aidan Stanford (Modern Family) as Modern strengthens their Broadcast department. Wayne is coming to Modern after 16 years at Technicolor Hollywood where he graded shows such as “Criminal Minds”, “Big Bang Theory”, “Mom”, and “Two and a Half Men”. His other credits include, “Lost”, “Ugly Betty”, “United States of Tara”, and “Army Wives” along with many others.
“I’m very excited to join the team at Modern/360. I love the focus on quality and client service that Modern offers,” enthused Wayne.
“Adding Wayne to the team at Modern/360 signals our commitment to broadcast,” said Haig Bagerdjian CEO of Point.360, “We feel that Modern’s experience in broadcast perfectly complements Point.360’s global distribution capabilities.”
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Modern VideoFilm powered by Point.360 has been providing post-production and distribution services to the film, television and media content industries for more than 33 years. Its clients include all of the major movie and television studios, as well as leading on-demand streaming services, online digital media retailers, ecommerce sites, interactive entertainment companies, and other commercial entities across the United States and around the world. Modern VideoFilm’s Creative Services division offers complete, end-to-end resources for the production of original motion picture, television and media content. Its Content Management division provides comprehensive solutions for the management, repurposing, distribution and archiving of entertainment content.