Flashback Friday, 2006: we share with you a beautiful documentary about various animated Soviet Propaganda films. This was one of our most exciting projects to edit, and working with Oleg Vidov and Joan Borsten taught us a lot. To quote a description of the film, it is "a unique series. With a unique perspective." To learn more about FILMLOOK visit www.filmlook.com and www.facebook.com/filmlookinc
Flashback Friday, 2003: We take a look at the first episode of That's So Raven, a show that FILMLOOK color corrected. We don't need psychic powers to see that Raven's new show, State of Georgia, will be great. Read about it here: http://abcfamily.go.com/shows/state-georgia. To learn more about FILMLOOK visit www.filmlook.com and www.facebook.com/filmlookinc
FLASHBACK FRIDAY 2005: May 20th is National Ride Your Bike to Work Day. For this week's Flashback Friday, we take a look at an episode of The Suite Life of Zack and Cody that FILMLOOK color-corrected and edited. In this episode, Zack and Cody want new bikes and can't afford them, but when a beauty pageant comes to the Tipton Hotel the twins come up with a scheme to enter the pageant and win the prize money. Talk about creative. To learn more about FILMLOOK visit www.filmlook.com
Flashback Friday, 2001: We share the trailer for a film we did the FILMLOOK process on, Horror Vision. Horror Vision is a 2001 horror film directed by Danny Draven. The story for the movie was written by JR Bookwalter, and the screenplay was written by Scott Phillips. "Don't dread the world so much that your own self starts scaring you." --Priya Bhurtun To learn more about FILMLOOK visit www.filmlook.com and www.facebook.com/filmlookinc
FLASHBACK FRIDAY, 2007: What makes Cory in the House so special? It was Disney Channel's first spin-off television series, and it features spectacular actors such as Kyle Massey and John D'Aquino. For this week's Flashback Friday, we'd like to share with you the first episode that FILMLOOK color-corrected. Take a look at the coolest President to ever run our country, and the kid that turns DC upside-down.
FLASHBACK FRIDAY, 2000: We enjoyed working on this adventure series from Sci-Fi Channel, "The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne." In this fantastic steampunk adventure, viewers discover that author Jules Verne didn't just write stories such as "Journey to the Center of the Earth", but he actually experienced these tales personally. The first hour-long series filmed entirely in an HDTV format, this was also the 1st series to use FILMLOOK for the down-converted version for domestic…