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Bernard and Huey World Premiere

Germany's Oldenburg film festival will host the world premiere of Dan Mirvish's new film Bernard and Huey. Written by Jules Feiffer and starring David Koechner and Jim Rash, the film was color corrected by me at Different By Design studio in Los Angeles. At least 12 other festivals have lined up to show the film. Thanks Dan and Bernie! I had a great time.

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World Premiere

As part of the celebration of 100 years of Latvian cinema, "Grandpa, More Dangerous than a Computer," the latest film from director Varis Brasla, will have its world premiere on august 18th in Riga, Latvia.

Credited as "filmas krāsu mākslinieks Dzons Fordhems" (film color artist, Jon Fordham), it was my great pleasure to work on this beautiful film with editor Maris Berzins and DP Uldis Jancis.

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Grandpa: More Dangerous Than a Computer

Final color correction has been completed on the new film by renoun Latvian film director Varis Brasla. Selected as part of a group of films to celebrate 100 years of Latvian Cinema, this beautiful, bucolic story follows a boy spending summer in the country with his grandparents. The sound mix and finishing touches are now underway in Riga.

Shot in 6k on a Red Dragon camera, it was a dream working with the editor and DP finding just the right rendering of the Baltic summer light.

The film will premiere this summer in Latvia. Look for its American debut down the line.

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COLOR CORRECTION FINISHED ON LATVIAN BEAUTY

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COLOR CORRECTION FINISHED ON LATVIAN BEAUTY

Grandpa: More Dangerous Than a Computer

Final color correction has been completed on the new film by renoun Latvian film director Varis Brasla. Selected as part of a group of films to celebrate 100 years of Latvian Cinema, this beautiful, bucolic story follows a boy spending summer in the country with his grandparents. The sound mix and finishing touches are now underway in Riga.

Shot in 6k on a Red Dragon camera, it was a dream working with the editor and DP finding just the right rendering of the Baltic summer light.

The film will premiere this summer in Latvia. Look for its American debut down the line.

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DOCNYC screens 3 of my films

DOCNYC will be screening 3 films I had the privilege of working on;

The world premiere of Scott's Pizza Tours, NYC premiere of The Jones, and The Pulitzer at 100.

Congratulations to the all the filmmakers.

Three very different films. This is why docs are so great!

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Three Emmy Award Nominations.

Three films I worked on have received Emmy Award nominations for 2016. Living With Lincoln for HBO by Kunhardt Films (two nominations,)  Larry Kramer: In Love and Anger for HBO by Jeanne Carlomusto (two nominations) and San Francisco 2.0 for HBO by Alexandra Pelosi.

Congratulations to all involved in these great films!

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The World Premiere of "Everyone Knows Elizabeth Murray" today at the Tribeca Film Festival

I will be attending the premiere this evening of this wonderful film I had the pleasure of working on. This out-of-competition documentary with voice overs by Meryl Streep will be screened at Whitney Museum of American Art as part of the Tribeca Film Festival .An additional screening tomorrow (Sunday) at the Regal Cinemas Battery Park.

Do you know Elizabeth Murray? I didn't before, but I'm glad I do now.

Thinking of Barbara.

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The Tribeca Film Festival and the new Whitney Museum will host the world premiere of EVERYBODY KNOWS ELIZABETH MURRAY

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The Tribeca Film Festival and the new Whitney Museum will host the world premiere of EVERYBODY KNOWS ELIZABETH MURRAY

Post production has finished on Everybody Knows Elizabeth Murray

The Whitney Museum will host the world premiere of this wonderful film about the life and work of this important artist. The screening on April 23rd is a part of the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival as an out-of-competition documentary. 

It was a great experience working with a very talented team of film makers headed by director Kristi Zea.

This film comes to the public at a meaningful time for me. My Aunt recently passed away and she would have loved this film. She was very involved in the art world in Los Angeles. Colorists have no real claim on dedicating films, but in my heart, this one is for Barbara.

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