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NAB 2014 Video: Sony Colorworks

Scott Ostrowksy of Sony Colorworks and Curtis Clark, ASC, talk about scanning Clark's "brilliant" 1985 Louis Malle film Alamo Bay at 4K, the look and feel of film vs. digital, and the problem of digital archiving.


Sony Pictures’ Rita Belda on Film Grain, 4K, and Restoring a Screwball Classic

Leading up to the launch of Sony's Video Unlimited 4K movie downloading service, the Frank Capra classic — and by most accounts the first "screwball" comedy — It Happened One Night (1934) got a new 4K master. Dating to an … more »


Colorworks Executes an Apocalyptic 4K DI for This Is the End

Hollywood has produced any number of films with apocalyptic themes, but none quite like This Is the End. For one thing, the film from directors Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen and slated for release this month by Sony Pictures Entertainment, … more »


Getting the Right Color for Comedy in 21 Jump Street

21 Jump Street may be a comedy, but it doesn’t look like one. On the contrary, much of the film more closely resembles the gritty, streetwise cop dramas it pokes fun at. That was a deliberate choice by directors Phil … more »

Sony Opens Colorworks DI Facility

On November 17, Sony Pictures Entertainment held a gala party to celebrate the opening of Colorworks, a digital intermediate (DI) facility boasting real-time 4K grading and an end-to-end 4K pipeline. Located on Stage 6 of its lot in Culver City, … more »