Color grading is the last artistic step in the image finishing of a film. It ensures harmony between colors and light. Most importantly though, it provides for mood and atmosphere and allows the cinematographer to direct the eye. At our studios we use Filmlight Baselight as our primary colour grading and finishing system.
In addition to color grading, the finishing touches encourage the viewers' immersion in the film (graining, denoising, erasing the boom, stabilization), help the narrative (titling, subtitling, special effects), and make it possible to distribute the film (upscale to HD, downscale PAL or NTSC, web compression, Blu-ray and DVD mastering).
DCP is the enduring and world-wide norm for digital cinema. A Digital Cinema Package (DCP) is a collection of digital files used to store and convey digital cinema (DC) audio, image, and data streams.
Film restoration is a process that is becoming increasingly popular with the advancements in technology. Be it an 8mm film you shot when you were 10 in your back yard or a 70mm feature film, we have the tools and the know-how to ensure the longevity and access to your film at any point in time.