Newsletter May 2011
What a busy month! Cannes Film Festival, new products features, a heavy box office and numerous upcoming events...
We would like to applaud all the teams who have worked on En Ville, from Valérie Mréjen and Bertrand Schefer, in official selection at the Director's Fortnight, and on La Guerre est déclarée, from Valérie Donzelli, in opening of La Semaine de la Critique: these stunning stories received lots of ecstatic reviews. Congratulations!
After the preview at NAB of the 2.0 releases of M I S T and R A I N, these versions are now shipping. Compositing capabilities, enhanced management of the Grade Library, Effects are some of the numerous new functionalities of these products.
This month again we give you an overview of some works achieved with the help of our solutions:
Surrender, by K.O.L.O, a poetic video clip shot in RED, conformed with M I S T and graded on R A I N.
Le Parfait, a commercial for Nestlé, conformed with M I S T and graded on R A I N.
View broadcasted version here
The stereoscopic playback capabilities of M I S T have been showcased on NVIDIA booth.
This fantastic short movie has been showcased in avant-premiere in Lausanne, at Pathé Theater.
Le Lac Noir, 20-min short feature
Marquise Technologies will be part of the workshop with O C E A N controlling a Sondor Altra telecine.
For more information about this annual archive and restoration get-together:
Come and see how Marquise Technologies integrates Cintel ImageMill2 real-time restoration solution on booth #4P3-01
The 15th edition of the School of Computer and Communication Sciences’ traditional Research Day will this year focus on “Graphics and Vision”. R A I N stereoscopic capabilities will be demonstrated after the conference.
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