FOCUSING ON MYTHS ABOUT FILMLOOK®
Production companies often have questions about FILMLOOK,
and we are glad to offer advice. However, there are some popular
myths and misconceptions about FILMLOOK that we have outlined.
MYTH #2-FILMLOOK can be bumped up to film, and it will
look just like a 35mm print.
MYTH #3-FILMLOOK doesn't need any special lighting
or other gimmicks for it to work.
MYTH #4-FILMLOOK is a cheap way to make crummy video
look like expensive 35 or 16mm film.
FILMLOOK JOINS THE REVOLUTION
HOLLYWOOD - Real TV, the producers of the ambitious documentary "Revolutionary War" chose FILMLOOK to process the entire six part miniseries for The Learning Channel. The documentary covers the colonial American revolt against England through location battle reenactments and interviews with noted historians. The entire six hour project was processed exclusively in FILMLOOK under the supervision of executive producer, Carol Fleisher, of Real TV. "Revolutionary War" is narrated by Charles Kuralt and will air in November on The Learning Channel.
FILMLOOK IN PRIME TIME
FILMLOOK congratulates Witt-Thomas' "The John Larroquette Show" for returning to NBC for its third season, and also NBC Productions' "In The House," returning with a full season of shows this fall. In Canada, we congratulate "The Red Green Show," for returning to FILMLOOK and is now surpassing its 100th episode. We also welcome aboard new series "Minor Adjustments" (NBC/Witt-Thomas), "The Crew" (FOX), "WMAC Masters" (Syndicated), "U.S. Customs" (Syndicated) and "Crossroads Cafe" (PBS). We are pleased that these shows have selected our patented film simulation process, and we wish them success in the fall season. Please check your local listings for air times in your area.
SEVEN AND FILMLOOK
BURBANK - The
Berkeley Group has used FILMLOOK to process selected behind the
scenes footage of the macabre thriller "Seven," starring
Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman.
FILMLOOK AND DIRECT AMERICA
LOS ANGELES - Direct America's "Lifequest Power Trainer" was nominated by NIMA as infomercial of the year. Producer/director, Ron Maestri, was thrilled to hear his project was considered as "the best looking infomercial shot on film."
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REAL WORLD OF FILMLOOK
LONDON - The
popular and controversial reality based MTV series "The
Real World" continues a new season with a "cinema-verite'"
episode shot in video then processed in FILMLOOK.
HOLLYWOOD - Grab Productions is producing the syndicated program "U.S. Customs: Classified." The program is hosted by legendary writer/producer Steven J. Cannell and is a reality-based docu-program based on actual cases of the Customs Department. The recreated segments as well as the host wrap-arounds are given the exclusive film simulation process. "U.S. Customs: Classified" is now airing nationally on a weekly basis.
FILMLOOK AND UCLA
LOS ANGELES - RLA Group, producer/director, David C. Bojorquez, and executive producer, Ken Silverman, used the FILMLOOK process on the "We Are UCLA" campaign. The commercial opens every UCLA football game on ABC.
FILMLOOK GETS MAN MADE
- Paul Greenburg (producer/director), of Man Made Productions,
informed us that his client was upset because he thought Paul
shot on film and went over budget. His client was relieved to
find out that he shot on video and then went through a film simulation
process, called FILMLOOK. It is a great feeling when our clients
get excellent responses from their clients.