How Colorists Help You Get the Best Finished Product

At Sundance 2020 a few prolific colorists revealed their process and their insights.

A common mistake among indie filmmakers is not properly deploying the skill set and time of a colorist. In this podcast three professional colorists all with multiple films at Sundance 2020 shed light that clears up the common misunderstandings of color and finishing. 

Whether you are going to take on this process yourself or work effectively with the pros who do it so well, this is a must-listen. 

Featured on this episode are Natacha Ikoli (Farewell Amour, See You Next Time Time), Nat Jencks (Shirley, The 40-year-old Version, Save Yourselves, Nine Days), and Samuel Gurksy (Starr Sisters, Three Deaths).

For more, see our ongoing list of coverage of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

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nice post

April 14, 2020 at 12:54AM

Zahid Mehmood