Facility provides post services for six films at festival, including four world premieres.
NEW YORK—March 12, 2015— Technicolor PostWorks provided post production services for six films screening at this month’s South By Southwest Film Festival (SXSW). They include Headliners Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine, in its world premiere, and Manglehorn, in its U.S. premiere. Also screening are Adult Beginners (Festival Favorites/U.S. Premiere), The Final Girls (Narrative Spotlight/World Premiere), The Grief of Others (Narrative Competition/World Premiere) and Mania Days (Narrative Spotlight/World Premiere).
Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine, Academy Award-winner Alex Gibney’s documentary on Apple’s founder. Technicolor PostWorks provided color grading and editorial conforming services; Jack Lewars, colorist; Jeff Cornell, Keith Jenson and Zac Gobetz, conform editors.
Manglehorn, director David Gordon Green’s drama about a small town locksmith (Al Pacino). Technicolor PostWorks provided color grading facilities; Alex Bickel (Color Collective), colorist.
Adult Beginners, a comedy from Academy Award-nominated producer Ross Katz in his feature directing debut. Technicolor PostWorks provided color grading services; Jack Lewars, colorist; PostWorks provided sound mixing services; Martin Czembor, re-recording mixer.
The Final Girls, Todd Strauss-Schulson’s unconventional comedy about a high school senior and her B movie star mom. PostWorks provided editorial facilities; Technicolor PostWorks provided color grading facilities; Alex Bickel (Color Collective), colorist.
The Grief of Others¸ Patrick Wang’s drama about a couple coping with the death of their infant son. Technicolor PostWorks provided 16mm film dailies, color grading and editorial conforming services; Jake Caffera, dailies colorist; Sam Daley, colorist; Chris DiBerardino, conform editor.
Mania Days, a drama from debut director Paul Dalio and executive producer Spike Lee about a pair of manic depressive poets. Technicolor PostWorks provided film scanning and dailies services. Adam Moore and Keith Jenson, scanning supervisors and dailies colorists.
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