Technicolor has revealed its involvement in the upcoming British feature Fast Girls, providing on location services, including the complete set build, all archive and dailies. Supporting a full digital pipeline for the Fast Girls production, Technicolor captured a complete archive of R3D files on a location RAID, as well as securing the master copy and second safety copy at its post facility in Soho, London. The full dailies deliverables were provided in ProRes 422 with correction LUT and sound sync supplied to the editorial team each day for Final Cut Pro edit as required. As part of the established digital workflow by Technicolor, all rushes were stored and archived on LTO at the Soho facility. Technicolor’s mobile digital lab was installed on site, alongside the on location truck for day-to-day set moves. Technicolor’s on location services enabled full quality control and director playback on demand. Fast Girls was graded using Autodesk’s Lustre. Technicolor Senior Colourist Dan Coles worked closely with Director Regan Hall and DOP John Lynch to set the look. Coles said: “We wanted to achieve a rich and vibrant look for the film, whilst maintaining a natural feel. We isolated and enhanced individual colour tones to suit certain scenes as well as using grads and vignettes to increase depth and the overall filmic texture.” www.technicolor.com
Technicolor has revealed its involvement in the upcoming British feature Fast Girls, providing on location services, including the complete set build, all archive and dailies.