Deluxe's Company 3, a leading international color grading and finishing house for feature films, commercials and TV, is proud to announce its return to the Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, which runs Wednesday, April 13th through Sunday, April 24th. Company 3 is sponsoring the Awards for Best Cinematography in U.S. Narrative and in International Narrative Competition, with a grant of $50,000 worth of post production services to each recipient.
On Friday, April 15th the company will have a presence in the Lincoln Black Label Filmmaker Lounge open all day to festival attendees. The space in the Festival Hub at Spring Studios will serve as a relaxing oasis where people can hang out, network and charge their devices amid a busy day of panels and screenings. There will also be an exciting VR exhibit that will provide visitors entertainment mixed with a look at this explosive new technology. Company 3 representatives and executives will be there to answer any questions people might have about the type of cutting edge post services Company 3 and sister Deluxe facilities provide.
Also at the kickoff of the Festival, Company 3 will be releasing its brand new DI Dictionary V 2.0, the follow-up to the very popular booklet and app, the DI Dictionary, an indispensable source for information about all facets of digital post. This new version, with twice as many definitions, covers the newest key technical terms about workflows and processes that have only recently come into existence. Instructions for downloading the app will be available on Company 3's Facebook and Instagram pages.
Company 3 is very excited about the following films screening at the Festival, which were finished by Company 3 and sister facility, EFILM, Hollywood.
- AWOL. World Premiere in the U.S. Narrative competition. Director: Deb Shoval. Cinematographer: Gal Deren. Colorist: Jamie O’Bradovich.
- The Happy Film. World Preiere in the World Feature Documentary competition. Directors: Hilman Curtis, Ben Nabors, and Stefan Sagmeister. Cinematographer: Ben Wolf. Colorist: Andrew Geary.
- “Operator”. Short Narrative competition. Director: Ben Hakim. Cinematographer: Pablo Arcuschin. Colorist: Damien Van Der Cruyssen.
- Pelé: Birth of a Legend. World Premiere in the Special Screening section. Director: Jeff and Michael Zimbalist. Cinematographer: Matthew Libatique, ASC (Straight Outta Compton). Colorist: Marjolaine Misplaere.
- The Family Fang. US Premiere in the Spotlight section. Director: Jason Bateman. Cinematographer: Ken Seng (Deadpool). Colorist: Tim Stipan.
- Poor Boy. World Premiere in the Viewpoints section. Directed: Robert Scott Wildes (in his feature directing debut). Cinematographer: Andrew Wheeler. Colorist: Elodie Ichter.
- Roots. The History Channel’s all-new version of the classic 1970s novel and subsequent miniseries. Part of the Tribeca Tune-in program. Colorist: Mitch Paulson.