2020 INCLUSIVE INTERNET INDEX
The new Inclusive Internet Index Documentary is now available for the year 2020. Our Colorist Lou Daumas and Sound Designer Tom Gambale worked on the project.
"The Inclusive Internet Index, produced annually since 2017 by The Economist Intelligence Unit and commissioned by Facebook, benchmarks countries on the internet’s availability, affordability, relevance and readiness of people to use it and identifies gaps between different population groups."
Magic Lantern is evolving : we can now offer remote solutions.
Concerned about your health and well-being, we worked with our team to provide remote sessions. It's now ready and you can contact us anytime for more informations.
- The Magic Lantern Team.
THE OFTEN FORGOTTEN - NEW DOCUMENTARY
The Often Forgotten is a feature documentary directed by Jacqueline Romano for Urban Light colored by colorist Lou Daumas.
"This documentary film will give access to varying perspectives of those involved in Thailand’s sex industry, on both the darker and lighter ends of the spectrum. Throughout the film, we follow the journey of activists who have found their purpose in advocating for these boys." - Jacqueline Romano.
More informations on www.theoftenforgotten.com
NEW ARTICLE -BLOG
Skin Tones – The Guiding Star to Good Color
"These varying shades of skin color are the visual representation of human tenacity and our direct relationship with our planets geography and our nearest star." - Zachary Halberd.
Zachary wrote a wonderful study about the skin tones, which include technical tips but also a better understanding of human skin! You can read the entire article right now on our blog.
ROW HOUSES - NEW DOCUMENTARY
Row Houses is a documentary directed by Ingela Travers-Hayward for WeTransfer. Magic Lantern had the opportunity to work on this project, colored by senior colorist Zachary Halberd.
Director Ingela Travers-Hayward travels to Houston's Third Ward district for All in A Row, a film that shows the transformative power of art and what can happen when artists fight back against gentrification.
BROOKLYN DOCUMENTARY CLUB AT MAGIC LANTERN
Last week, Magic Lantern and MCM Creative had the opportunity to host one of the monthly meeting of the BDC.
30 talented documentary filmmakers came to our offices to network, discuss their projects, and workshop a rough cut of a documentary by one of the BDC members.
BDC is a community of non-fiction filmmakers who meet regularly to discuss their work in the spirit of engaging with others to become better storytellers.
Apply here to become a member: http://goo.gl/nXUUxZ
NEW COLOR ROOM
Our new color room is now available and fully functional! In our Chelsea facility, we do our best to provide a comfortable and professional space to our clients.
We are now waiting for the next step: Our new theater style/DCP testing room is under construction and will be ready soon!
We are so excited about this one, stay tuned!