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Page 10 of 51 9 POST SEPTEMBER 2015 AUTOMATIC DUCK RETURNS WITH NEW TIMELINE TRANSLATION PRODUCTS FOR FCP X AND AE CC SEATTLE — Automatic Duck (www.automatic, the creators of timeline translation software for filmmakers, editors and motion graphics artists, has returned with new solutions after a four-year hiatus. Company founders Wes and Harry Plate announced that they are effectively re-launching Automatic Duck, and have begun developing and selling new timeline translation products for Final Cut Pro X and Adobe After Effects CC. As part of its re-introduction into the post production marketplace, Automatic Duck is launching Automatic Duck Ximport AE and Automatic Duck Media Copy. Automatic Duck Ximport AE is a brand new product that builds a bridge between Final Cut Pro X and Adobe After Effects CC. Automatic Duck Media Copy is a new update to the popular utility for collecting and copying sequence media files, adding support for Final Cut Pro X XML files. Automatic Duck also announced that it has partnered with visual effects and filmmaking software developer Red Giant ( to market and sell both new products. Automatic Duck Ximport AE is priced at $199, and Automatic Duck Media Copy costs $99. Both products are now available and will be supported exclusively through Red Giant. DELUXE TORONTO PROVIDES POST SERVICES FOR 19 TIFF SELECTIONS TORONTO — Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc. ( provided a wide range of creative services and digital solutions for 19 of this year's Toronto International Film Festival ( selections. Deluxe Toronto, Deluxe's full service post facility in downtown Toronto, is also the official post home for the Festival, which ran September 10th through 20th. Several of the festival's most anticipated Special and Gala presentation films feature color-grading, post or audio mixing from Deluxe and its studios Company 3, Method Studios and Efilm. This list of films includes Gaby Dellal's About Ray, Cary Fukunaga's Beasts of No Nation, Scott Cooper's Black Mass, Robert Budreau's Born to be Blue, Jason Bateman's The Family Fang, Jon Cassar's Forsaken, Marc Abraham's I Saw the Light, Nicholas Hytner's The Lady in the Van, Bryan Helgeland's Legend, Ridley Scott's The Martian, Atom Egoyan's Remember, Denis Villeneuve's Sicario, Tom McCarthy's Spotlight and James Vanderbilt's Truth. "TIFF has emerged as one of the most important film festivals in North America and we're pleased to partner closely with festival organizers as their official post production home," says Diane Cuthbert, VP sales, Deluxe Toron- to. "There are so many incredible films premiering at TIFF this year, and it's an honor to have worked on so many of them alongside other Deluxe compa- nies. We look forward to celebrating the accomplishments of these filmmak- ers at our annual TIFF event." The companies also provided services for TIFF Short and Documentary films, including Sydney Pollack's Amazing Grace, Sherren Lee's Benjamin, Da- vis Guggenheim's He Named Me Malala, Don McKellar's It's Not You, and Mark Slutsky's Never Happened. BITS & PIECES Stormy Weather on Arri S35 – Red 5K – HD StormStock® The world's premier storm footage library. (817) 276-9500

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