Baselight, the colour grading system from FilmLight, will be represented by colourists and resellers throughout the BVE exhibition in London.
Starting the FilmLight-featured events is UK-based freelance colourist, Jack Jones. Focusing on Baselight Editions, Jones, who recently graded BBC2’s documentary Hillsborough Never Forgotten, will be hosting a seminar in the post production theatre on Tuesday 25 February. During the session Jones will review and discuss the two-way workflow between Avid and Baselight.
MPC colourist and Baselight user, Jean-Clement Soret, will also be hosting a seminar. During the session on 26 February Soret will present his work on Danny Boyle’s recent movie Trance, which was graded on Baselight and released in March 2013.
Finally, FilmLight partner and reseller root6,will be showcasing the latest version of Baselight Editions with live demos. The FilmLight plugin allows Avid editors to cut in Media Composer or Symphony (Windows or Mac) with Baselight grades applied in a render-free round-trip workflow. The Baselight Editions range also includes Baselight for FCP and Baselight for NUKE.