(London, UK--July 11, 2016) LIPSYNCPost has recently completed post-production services on a triplet of art productions including exhibitions and post production documentary work featuring Steve McQueen, Banksy and Gregory Porter.
Steve McQueen, the visual artist and filmmaker responsible for Shameand 12 Years a Slave
, presented his work End Credits
as part of an experimental five part exhibition Open Plan: Steve McQueen
at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York from 29 April to 14 May this year. End Credits
presents documents from the FBI file kept on Paul Robeson, the African-American performer.
LIPSYNC Post was delighted to be involved with the installation of Steve McQueen’s feature, putting together fifteen hours of continuous video elements and audio recordings. The exhibition used the Museum’s dramatic fifth floor space as a single open gallery, unobstructed by interior walls.
Continuing on the art theme, LIPSYNC Post provided post-production services on the recently released feature documentary The Banksy Job
, which follows the infamous theft of street artist Banksy’s sculpture in 2004 by the ‘art terrorist’ AK47. Produced by Christine Alderson and featuring AK47 himself, the film is described as a comedic recollection of the notorious criminal’s state of mind rather than a representation of actual times and places.
Topping off the recent burst of creative art projects, LIPSYNC Post has also completed post-production work on a musical documentary feature about New York virtuoso vocalist and jazz musician, Gregory Porter. Gregory Porter: Don’t forget your music,
directed by Alfred George Bailey, is due to be released later this year.
“Having the opportunity to work on this broad selection of creative projects reflects both the wide variety of talent and the flexibility we have within the LIPSYNC team,” noted Peter Hampden, Managing Director at LIPSYNC Post. “Content and delivery is continually evolving, and we’re always happy to embrace new creative challenges, push boundaries and tackle new opportunities to expand our repertoire.”
Since 2006 LIPSYNC Productions has provided investment and equity services for 100 independent feature films, offering financial, creative and technical support to filmmakers and producers. In its capacity as Executive Producer/Co-producer on numerous productions, LIPSYNC’s experienced staff are able to advise on all aspects of production, from concept to completion, ensuring the client can be completely confident that every possible penny makes it into the image onscreen. LIPSYNC has invested in titles including The Nice Guys, The Sense of an Ending, The Beautiful Fantastic, 6 Days, Mr Turner,
and A Little Chaos,
while TV investments include Wolf Hall, Dancing on the Edge, Falcón, Birdsong
and The Crimson Petal And The White.
LIPSYNC Post is a complete post-production facility, providing every aspect of the post production process for film and television. Located in two sites on London’s Wardour Street, the company combines talented people with the highest quality equipment to offer the best for every project. Recent credits include film projects including Mr Turner, A Little Chaos, The Dead Lands, X + Y, Face Of An Angel, What We Did On Our Holidays, Starred Up
while television projects include Olympus, TheGreat Fire, The Village
series 2 and Dancing on the Edge
, for which LIPSYNC’s audio team won a BAFTA Craft award.
For more information visit www.LIPSYNCpost.co.uk