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BITS & PIECES 10 POST JAN/FEB 2023 N E X T I S S U E MARI KOHN 818.291.1153 | CO N TACT U S A B O U T P R I N T & O N L I N E A DV E RT I S I N G O P P O RT U N I T I ES : SPACE CLOSE: M A RC H 1 5 T H MATERIAL CLOSE: M A RC H 2 2 N D DELIVERY: A P R I L 1 0 T H MARI KOHN CO N TACT U S A B O U T P R I N T & O N L I N E A DV E RT I S I N G O P P O RT U N I T I ES : SPACE CLOSE: MATERIAL CLOSE: DELIVERY: SUMMER BLOCKBUSTERS ELVIS, BULLET TRAIN & TOP GUN: MAVERICK W H E R E T E C H N O L O G Y A N D TA L E N T M E E T S M POST JULY/AUG 2022 PLUS: ANIMATION: DISNEY-PIXAR'S LIGHTYEAR EMMY NOMINEES MUSIC VIDEOS BLACKMAGIC DESIGN'S CLOUD STORE MINI & CLOUD POD THE RINGS OF POWER THE CLOUD EMPOWERS A GLOBAL TEAM FOR AMAZON'S EPIC SERIES W H E R E T E C H N O L O G Y A N D TA L E N T M E E T S M POST SEPT/OCT 2022 PLUS: DIRECTOR'S CHAIR: MY POLICEMAN'S MICHAEL GRANDAGE EDITING: PEACOCK'S VAMPIRE ACADEMY REVIEW: IZOTOPE RX 10 VFX: DISNEY+'S PINOCCHIO PINOCCHIO GUILLERMO DEL TORO EMPLOYS STOP-MOTION FOR NETFLIX'S NEW FEATURE W H E R E T E C H N O L O G Y A N D TA L E N T M E E T S M POST NOV/DEC 2022 PLUS: OUTLOOK 2023: INDUSTRY PREDICTIONS I WANNA DANCE WITH SOMEBODY DIRECTOR KASI LEMMONS EDITING: SELENA GOMEZ: MY MIND & ME REVIEW: NUGEN AUDIO'S HALO VISION REMOTE WORKFLOWS Tools for global collaboration WORKSTATIONS The latest powerhouses for post workflows VIRTUAL PRODUCTION New LED volumes & more NAB 2023 New products to look for in Las Vegas B O N US D I ST R I B U T I O N AT N A B 2 0 2 3 L AS V EGAS A P R I L 1 5 T H -1 9 T H MANSCAPED POKES FUN AT PETE DAVIDSON SAN DIEGO, CA — Manscaped recently launched a new ad for its Beard Hedger featuring Pete Davidson. In The Stand-In, which plays as a commercial within a commercial, a second actor is brought in to illustrate that the product can be used to trim "great beards" as well as lesser-quality facial hair, like Pete Davidson exhibits. The project was shot with an Arri Alexa Mini LF camera in 4.3K resolution, allowing for versatility in the edit. Codex Compact Drives were used to record and store the media. The 'commercial' scenes have a glossy look, while the 'BTS' footage is less refined. The production used a mix of Fujinon Premista zooms and Sigma primes to capture the BTS segments, while a vintage Zero Optik 58mm Nikon 1.3 lens was used for the commercial segments. The piece was edited in Adobe Premiere Pro, and graphics were created using a combination of Adobe Illustrator and After Effects, with Autodesk Flame used for visual effects. The :60 ad appears on Manscaped's social channels, and broad- cast versions will also air. Innocean Berlin is the agency that con- ceived the project for Manscaped, which is based in San Diego. Goldcrest Post helped prepare Cat Person for its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. The studio provided a comprehensive list of post production services for the psychological thriller, which was director by Susanna Fogel. Goldcrest handled both picture and sound finishing, with colorist Alex Berman working with Fogel to finalize the film's look, and supervising sound editor/re-recording mixer Eric Hirsch editing and mixing the soundtrack. Goldcrest Post's sister company, Fancy House of Visual Effects, created dozens of effects for the feature, including a col- ony of ants. The studio also provided dailies services during the produc- tion phase, and offline editing suites for the film's picture editor, Jacob Craycroft, and his crew. Plains Of Yonder helped set the stage for Season 2 of HBO's The White Lotus by once again creating the show's opening title se- quence. Season 1's main intro featured clue-ridden wallpapers that represented a journey of abundance and indulgence, all presented as intricate and alluring Italian frescos. Katrina Crawford and Mark Bashore spent seven months working on the sequence for Season 2, with stories and themes hiding in plain sight. Over 40 painted hidden meanings and themes connect directly to the script and the various storylines of the characters and show. The directors also served as editors, working in Adobe Premiere Pro.

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