Vitamania Touring with Think Inc.


This year the world will spend $100 billion on vitamins and supplements. Every week, a new benefit is claimed. When we look to scientists for answers and they disagree, how do we decide whether to take vitamins or not? How do we separate the sense from the nonsense?

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Think Inc. brings widely popular science communicator, Dr Derek Muller, together with Emmy Award winning filmmaker, Sonya Pemberton. They’ll help answer all these confusing questions with an epic Australian premiere of their latest film, Vitamania.

Dr Derek Muller: scientist, filmmaker and creator of Veritasium with 5 million subscribers on Youtube. He is best known for addressing counter-intuitive concepts in science, and for his extraordinary ability for making the most complex stories relatable and entertaining.

Vitamania daringly explores the lucrative industry in a world spanning investigation of vitamin science and history. What they discover will confound opinions on all sides.

Get your tickets and see Dr Derek Muller along with the Australian premiere of Vitamania: the sense and nonsense of vitamins. Think Inc. takes this paramount discussion national.

For tickets and more information head to the source at https://thinkinc.org.au/derekmuller/

Controversial Kangaroo Doco Sold in US

 

Abramorama has acquired the North American rights to Kate McIntyre Clere and Mick McIntyre’s documentary “Kangaroo – A Love-Hate Story.”

This documentary was edited by Wayne Hyett at City Post.

 

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Richard Abramowitz of Abramorama said, “We’re releasing ‘Kangaroo – A Love-Hate Story’ on January 19th leading up to Australia Day on January 26th to call attention to the fascinating and troubling dichotomy afflicting that continent. We expect this extraordinary film to open a lot of eyes.”

“Kangaroo – A Love-Hate Story “explores the complex and conflicting opinions around this unique marsupial at the center of the largest mass destruction of wildlife in the world and the future of the largest remaining marsupial species left on the planet.

Follow the film on the website and facebook.

 

Source: http://variety.com/2017/film/news/mary-elizabeth-winstead-aaron-paul-the-parts-you-lose-1202631379/

 

Outback Rabbis wrapped up and on Demand

Following on from Shalom Bollywood, director Danny Ben-Moshe is back with another little known story. He has headed into the outback following the lives of two Rabbis that vow to leave no Jew behind.

 

City Post was happy to be a part of the post production workflow - grading, onlining, QC'ing and mastering this Australian story.

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Rabbi Ari Rubin and Rabbi Yossi Rodal take their mission to connect Jewish people seriously. In the latest instalment of documentary series Untold Australia, the two religious leaders invite viewers to join them on their road-trips throughout remote Australia as they look for “lost Jews” – those who have lost touch with their faith, those who are not part of a Jewish community and those who have no idea they are Jewish.

Accompanied by their families, the two rabbis hit the outback trail – something they both do fairly regularly – visiting small towns and far-flung regions in an effort to find every last Jewish person. It’s not an easy task, with many dead-ends along the way, but the two men remain optimistic throughout.

Now showing on SBS on Demand.

Dr Muller and the science of vitamins

 

Sonya Pemberton is back with her next international science documentary. This time cracking apart the multi-billion dollar industry of vitamins. Joined again by Dr Derek Muller, this team will be delving into what's fact and what is marketing hype.

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 Vitamania: The Sense and Non-Sense of Vitamins is currently in production with rushes coming in from across Australia, America and Europe. City Post will be handling all the post production work flow. The team includes Editor Wayne Hyett, Online Artist Belinda Fithie, Colourist Dee McClelland and Assistant Lillian Brown.

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QC and PSE Testing available

 


Further expanding the services we provide for digital mastering and delivery, City Post now performs quality control testing onsite. Our tests are recognised by leading distributors and broadcasters, such as BBC and ITV.

We also assess for the often mandated PSE Test, analysing visual variants in luminosity and patterning that are liable to cause fits of  'Photo-Sensitive Epilepsy'. We provide technical solutions and recognised certification for reassurance in quality delivery.

IMAX Film 'Great Barrier Reef 3D' has cast off


Great Barrier Reef 3D is a destination film that explores the planet's most iconic marine environment. Spectacular 3D imagery will bring this dynamic world to life, immersing audiences and taking them on an unforgettable marine adventure. The journey will be revealed through the eyes of people whose lives are intimately connected to the reef.

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Currently being edited by Wayne Hyett here at City Post. It is produced by award-winning December Media in association with BioPixel and Swinburne University of Technology. And is the first 3D giant screen film exclusively devoted to exploring the Great Barrier Reef.

Final stages of 'Shalom Bollywood'

City Post welcomes filmmaker Danny Ben-Moshe from Identity films with the documentary Shalom Bollywood - The Untold Story of Indian Cinema. He is finishing up 10 years of production here at City Post. With final editing, grading, qc'ing and mastering being done by our season regulars: Assistant Kathy Freeman, Colourist Deidre McClelland and Online Editor Belinda Fithie.

 

 
 

The Story of Earth: final piece of trilogy

Rushes have come in from Iceland, the Blue Mountains, the Pilbara and outer space to shed light on the origin of our beloved planet. This is the third film in the unofficial trilogy by Giant Screen. With Hidden Universe (2013) and The Search for Life in Space (2016) having open up the majesty of what is out there - coming in 2018 - The Story of Earth will bring it all home.

Currently being edited for giant screens around the world by Wayne Hyett.

ABC'S Trip For Biscuits outta the grade




Trip for Biscuits was made for ABC ME has been in at City Post for a colour grade with the amazing Deidre McClelland.

Trip for Biscuits is a fast-paced, serialised, 18 x 10 minute disaster-comedy that follows Bajo and his misfit crew as they try to carry out their bizarre missions. The team lack the life skills required to deal with everyday situations - let alone cope with the unusual and dangerous phenomena they are investigating. Consequently, most of their time is spent bickering and trying to deal with the growing set of problems they are doomed to perpetuate. These guys have turned 'out of control' into an art form - reminding us that when you mess with aliens, things can go horribly, horribly wrong.

 
 

'Uranium' takes home Eureka Award

 

Genepool's URANIUM - Twisting the Dragon's Tail took home the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science Eureka Prize for Science Journalism.

This continues the hot streak for this documentary series edited here at City Post by Wayne Hyett ASE and Alex Archer, having also been nominated for 2 AACTA awards including Best Direction in a Documentary and winning 3 ATOM awards for Best Factual Series, Best Documentary History and Best Documentary Science.

Season Five just booked its appointment

The Doctor Blake Mysteries is officially booked in for another appointment at City Post. Starting in August, we welcome back the post team of Editors Nathan Wild and Angie Higgins, Post Supervisor Belinda Fithie, Colourist Deidre McClelland, Assistant Editor Kathy Freeman - and welcoming to graveyard shift Assistant Lillian Brown. It's sure to be a great season.

Post-production continues until March 2017.