Source: Panavision Over 25 Buzzworthy Titles in 2019 Sundance Lineup Entrusted Panavision and Light Iron for Camera, Lens and Finishing Expertise WOODLAND HILLS, CA (January 17, 2019) – As entertainment industry luminaries prepare to swarm Park City for...
Source: Panavision If you’ve got a winning recipe then you don’t change ingredients. Amazon’s second season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel wisely kept faith with the talent in front and behind the camera which made the period comedy drama an Emmy®-winning smash....
Source: Post Perspective October 29, 2018 Post house Light Iron has added senior colorist Nicholas Hasson to its roster. He will be based in the company’s Los Angeles studio. Hasson colored the upcoming Tiffany Haddish feature Nobody’s Fool and Season 2 of...
Source: Studio Daily StudioDaily is proud to announce its first roster of Exceptional Women in Production and Post! The Exceptional Women honorees include power players in the C-suite whose decision-making helps dictate the future of content, as well as the...
IBC365 asks Senior Colorist Corinne Bogdanowicz about her experiences grading in HDR.
Post Perspective chats with Light Iron Co-Founder Katie Fellion about the rising demand for HDR finishing, and the robust tools and storage it requires.
SVP of Innovation Michael Cioni talks with James Mathers about large format cinematography and AI in post production.
Director of Marketing Laura Pursley stops by Post TV at NAB to give the latest scoop on Light Iron’s expansion and DXL2.
Broadcast Beat shares the speaking and demo schedule for Light Iron and Panavision representatives at this industry-leading conference.
American Cinematographer covers Light Iron’s Georgia expansion.
Post Magazine interviews Light Iron’s VP of Engineering, Jeff Sengpiehl, on the complex storage solutions needed to accommodate feature and episodic clients across six facilities.
Pro Video Coalition spotlights “The Beauty of 8K Large Format” at SXSW 2018, presented by Light Iron New York’s Senior Colorist Sean Dunckley and Panavision’s Dan Sasaki and Aaron Kroger.
High-Def Digest attends a thought-provoking panel discussion including Light Iron New York’s Supervising Colorist Steven Bodner.
Studio Daily chats with Colorist Ian Vertovec about the art and science behind hit Netflix series GLOW.
No Film School reports on the newest lenses and HDR tools expanding DXL’s ecosystem, including Light Iron’s HDR Village Cart – all unveiled at a special preview held at Light Iron before Cine Gear 2017.
British Cinematographer Magazine talks with Michael Cioni about how he got his start, and what it means to be “Technative”.
Post Perspective talks with veteran post professional Josh Haynie about his newly created role as VP of U.S. Operations.
The PGA’s Produced By magazine asked Michael Cioni to share insights on technical specs that could affect producers’ future business.
Light Iron’s Michael Cioni on the Panavision DXL: “the most advanced digital cinema camera ever made.”
RedShark News examines the camera that broke Cine Gear 2016.
The Panavision Millennium DXL: Light Iron and RED Create a Winning New Look for Large Format Cinematography
ProVideo Coalition uncovers all the details about the Millennium DXL, the groundbreaking creation between Panavision, Light Iron, and Red.