Summer in the StudioAugust, 2018 - Audio Post Production, Cinematics Mixing & Foley, Documentary, Film, Interactive, Projects, Television, Video Games
It’s been a busy summer in the studio!
We kicked off the year with Vancouver: No Fixed Address from our friends Charles Wilkinson and Tina Schliessler. Since being in the studio it has played at Hot Docs, DOXA, and in theatres across the country. You can watch the full film online now at the Knowledge Network here. Be sure to check it out!
Electronic Arts was back this year with their latest and greatest FIFA 18. With a continuation of the story-mode from FIFA 17, there were lots of cinematics for us to get our hands on. The game was released September 29, so if you haven’t picked up your copy yet, grab one now!
For Canada’s 150th Birthday, our friends at Screen Siren produced Canada In A Day. On September 10, 2016, Canadians coast to coast filmed moments in their lives, and sent the footage in to Screen Siren to be cut into a wonderful documentary providing a beautiful insight into the diverse lives of Canadians. You can watch the full film online here.
Shortly thereafter we had Screen Siren back on the Stage for Indian Horse, the screen adaptation of the novel written by the late Richard Wagamese. The film “follows the life of Canadian First Nations boy Saul Indian Horse, as he survives residential school and life amongst the racism of the 1950’s. A talented hockey player, Saul must find his own path as he battles stereotypes and alcoholism.” The film premiered at TIFF in September where it won the Audience Award.
Travelers wrapped up Season 2 this fall after a great summer in the studio. You can catch it now on Showcase, Monday night’s at 9pm E/P, and coming to Netflix soon! “This season, FBI Special Agent Grant MacLaren and his team of time-travelling specialists attempt to navigate their 21st century lives while tasked with the mission of saving the future from a dystopian existence. The Travelers will face their most difficult obstacles yet, including the Faction, a deadly virus, and a mysterious new Traveler, all while continuing to live the everyday lives of the present-day host bodies over which they’ve taken.”