In our two-year-old office located in Warsaw, we are adding (in addition to the five existing ones) six Avid Media Composer editing suites with dedicated broadcast monitors and HDR TVs for editing feature films, series and TV programs. All editing rooms are connected to Avid Nexis storage for collaboration and security.
There will also be a Dolby Atmos sound studio, ADR and voiceover recording studio with chillout space to rest. In addition, space is being created for VFX and R&D departments. The current space, along with the new one, gives us a total of 1,000 sqr. m of office space to fully support feature films, series and TV shows from on-set operations, colour grading, VFX to deliverables and archives.
Black Photon is expanding beyond Poland’s borders and already has its first overseas projects like Wheeler Dealers (UK), Joika (NZ) and One Day in Ukraine (UKR).
We are extremely proud that the projects we have had the pleasure of working on are being seen all over the world and are gaining a growing audience. We are pleased that directors and cinematographers come back to us with more projects appreciating our commitment and creative place to work. During this year we had the opportunity to work on Netflix originals: “Hold Tight” by Harlan Coben, directed by Michal Gazda and Bartosz Konopka, and “Green Glove Gang” directed by Ted Sliwa with amazing cinematography by Mark Sanak. Two more Netflix original series are in post-production.
We adhere to the principle that colour correction is done on equipment adequate to the equipment on which the film will be viewed by the audience. Therefore, we do colour correction for series and feature films for streamers and broadcasters in a TV grading suite equipped with an HDR reference monitor and cinema films in a Colour Grading Theatre on a Barco 6P laser projector. Among the feature films made this year are: 365 Days: This Day and The Next 365 Days, Into the Wind and Subuk. We Haven’t Lost Our Way, directed by Anka and Wilhelm Sasnala, is a film that has won awards at many festivals in Poland and abroad with a premiere screening at the Berlinale.
It is impossible to miss two important titles: Hamlet Syndrome and One Day in Ukraine. Two films that present the current situation of the war in Ukraine from different perspectives. Both were awarded at numerous festivals around the world.
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