Technicolor PostWorks Finishes Eight Films Screening at the New York Film Festival

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Includes latest from Woody Allen, documentaries on Arthur Miller, Joan Didion, and Bob Dylan

Last Updated: September 21, 2017 6:22 pm GMT
(New York, NY--September 21, 2017) Eight films screening at the 55th New York Film Festival received post-production services through Technicolor PostWorks New York. Among them is the Woody Allen film Wonder Wheel, the festival’s closing night selection. The others include the Main Stage selections The Florida Project, Lady Bird and The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), and the documentary features Arthur Miller: Writer, Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold, and Trouble No More.

Presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the 55th New York Film Festival runs September 28 – October 15, 2017.

Technicolor PostWorks projects include:



Arthur Miller: Writer (Spotlight on Documentary) Rebecca Miller’s film is a celebration of her father, the great American playwright.

Technicolor PostWorks provided editorial conforming, color grading, and deliverables; Alex Bickel, Colorist; Zac Gobetz, Ryan McMahon and Sean Perry, Online Editors. PostWorks provided sound mixing; Tom Johnson, Re-Recording Mixer; Luciano Vignola and Ruy Garcia, MPSE, Co-Supervising Sound Editors; Khalin Whatley, Sound Re-Recordist.

The Florida Project (Main Stage) Sean Baker’s story of a six-year-old girl and her two best friends who run wild on the grounds of a week-by-week motel complex on the edge of Orlando’s Disney World.

Technicolor PostWorks provided dailies, editorial conforming, color grading and deliverables; Sam Daley, Colorist; Adam Moore, Dailies Colorist; Sean Perry, Online Editor.

Lady Bird (Main Stage) Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut is a portrait of an artistically-inclined teenage girl (Saoirse Ronan) trying to define herself in the shadow of her mother (Laurie Metcalf).

Technicolor PostWorks provided dailies, editorial conforming, color grading and deliverables; Alex Bickel, Colorist; Keith Jenson, Online Editor; Pat Kelleher and Keith Jenson, VFX Artists.

Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold (Spotlight on Documentary) Griffin Dunne’s years-in-the-making documentary portrait of his aunt Joan Didion.

Technicolor PostWorks provided editorial conforming, color grading, and deliverables; Allie Ames, Colorist; Keith Jensen, Online Editor. PostWorks provided sound mixing; Marlena Grzaslewicz, Sound Supervisor; Mariusz Glabinski, Sound Designer; Martin Czembor, Re-recording Mixer; Matt Rigby, Assistant Sound Editor.



The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) (Main Stage) Noah Baumbach revisits the family terrain of The Squid and the Whale in this intricately plotted story of three middle-aged siblings (Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, and Elizabeth Marvel) coping with their strong-willed father (Dustin Hoffman) and the flightiness of his wife (Emma Thompson).

Technicolor PostWorks provided dailies, editorial conforming, color grading, VFX and deliverables; Jack Lewars, Colorist; Josh Olive, Dailies Colorist; Jeff Cornell, Online Editor; Sean Perry, VFX Artist.

No Stone Unturned (Spotlight on Documentary) Oscar-winning investigative documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney turns his sights on the 1994 Loughinisland massacre, a cold case that remains an open wound in the Irish peace process.

Technicolor PostWorks provided additional color grading; Jack Lewars, Additional Colorist.

Trouble No More (Special Events, World Premiere) Filmmaker Jennifer Lebeau’s truly electrifying documentary consists of video footage from Bob Dylan’s “born again” period, shot on the last leg of his ’79-’80 tour, much of it thought to have been lost for years and all newly restored.

Technicolor PostWorks provided editorial conforming and color grading; Jack Lewars, Colorist; Pat Kelleher, Online Editor; Nicole Guillermo, Project Manager.

Wonder Wheel (Closing Night Selection) A Coney Island carousel operator (Jim Belushi) and his beleaguered wife (Kate Winslet), who eke out a living on the boardwalk, are visited by his estranged daughter (Juno Temple) in Woody Allen’s new 1950s period drama.

Technicolor PostWorks provided dailies, editorial conforming, color grading and deliverables; Anthony Raffaele, Colorist & Dailies Colorist; Keith Jenson, Online Editor; Sean Perry, Ross Hendrickson, Ryan McMahon and George Bunce, VFX Artists.




About Technicolor PostWorks New York
Technicolor PostWorks New York is the East Coast’s most comprehensive digital motion picture and post-production facility, employing an exceptional team of creative artists, engineers and project managers to serve our clients through the film and TV finishing process.

Technicolor PostWorks New York offers one complete source for every post requirement, including in-context digital dailies, film imaging and restoration, collaborative non-linear editorial and HD/UHD broadcast finishing, 4K digital cinema, global content lifecycle support, and comprehensive film and TV sound services on nine mix stages.

For more information, visit http://www.technicolorpwny.com

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