Machete Kills: Robert Rodriguez Created his Palette using Magic Bullet Looks

Open Road Films

Modern Videofilm Senior Colorist Natasha Leonnet talks to Creative Cow about her collaboration with Robert Rodriguez and how he created the looks he wanted for his latest film, Machete Kills.
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Stargate Studios Gets Streamlined with Colorista Free and LUT Buddy

ABC, AMC

Three Hollywood series that have recently hit your television are ABC’s Pan Am, ABC’s Revenge, and AMC’s The Walking Dead. What do these new TV series have in common?
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Trapcode Kicks It for Kung Fu Panda 2

DreamWorks Animation

The challenge for the teams at Dreamworks was how to create the second installment of Kung Fu Panda 2 and build on the successes of the first film.
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Red Giant Demo Reel

Red Giant Software

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Lost

ABC

Working closely with the producers and directors of the show, LOOK was tasked with creating well over 1000 shots throughout the course of the season, 350 of those for the final episode alone.
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Quantum of Solace

Sony Pictures

In creating the main titles for Quantum of Solace, MK12 set out to design a powerful sequence that not only paid homage to Bond title sequences of the past but also exploited new technologies to its advantage.
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Terminator Salvation

Warner Bros. Pictures

Imaginary Forces used Trapcode Form extensively on Terminator Salvation to generate point clouds for the opening studio logos and machine vision sequences.
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Angels & Demons

Columbia Pictures and Imagine Entertainment

In Angels & Demons, one of the hottest movies of 2009 starring Tom Hanks and Ewan McGregor—CIS Vancouver used Particular to create natural media effects like sparks.
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The Last Stand Of The 300

The History Channel

Mechanism Digital completes 840 VFX shots for a two-hour History Channel special which depicts the Battle of Thermopylae in 480 B.C.
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Dreamgirls

Dreamworks & Paramount Pictures

BLT Associates chose Knoll Light Factory to add a Hollywood-style shimmer with camera flashes and animated flares to the Dreamgirls teaser trailer.
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2008 Creative Arts Emmys

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

The Creative Arts Emmys are a class of the award ceremony recognizing technical achievements in American television programming.
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The Drew Carey Project

Reason.tv

Accomplished photographer PF Bentley heads up production at Reason.tv, home of The Drew Carey Project. The site covers compelling stories that take a hard look at the variety of threats to American liberties.
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Scion Shadow

Scion

Shilo Design uses Trapcode Particular to add spark to this spot for Toyota's Scion.
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BMW Precipice

BMW (via agency Publicis)

In the BMW spot Trapcode Particular was used for creating the 3D rain and the falling rocks in the final shot. Trapcode Lux was used for the volumetric headlights in the final shot as well.
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Nike Winter Holiday

Nike

Gear up for the harsh effects of rain, snow, and wind created using Trapcode plug-ins.
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American Chopper In Europe

Discovery Channel

Convert uses Primatte Keyer on a 30 second spot for "American Chopper," Discovery Network's top-rated reality show.
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Lost

ABC Television, Bad Robot

ABC's Lost VFX team won a Creative Arts Emmy Award for Outstanding Visual Effects for a series.
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Need For Speed Carbon

EA Black Box

Rainmaker selects Knoll Light Factory to add realism to in-game cut scenes for this best-selling EA racing game.
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The Company

TNT / ScottFree / John Calley Productions

This is the main title sequence for the mini-series "The Company". It features a cross-hatch technique that Matt LaVoy and Cody Cobb developed that uses Trapcode Particular to create the look of animated cross-hatched drawings.
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DV Like Film

Enigma Factory

Broken, an action-suspense movie written and directed by Alex Ferrari, really stands apart from other indie projects using Magic Bullet.
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