Jerome Thelia, co-founder of Merge Group (NY), demonstrates the technique used in the making of Shawn Christensen's “Curfew” (January 2012), which was shot in RED MX, digitally graded in SCRATCH, and recorded out to film stock to achieve the best combination of grain structure and colorimetry. His presentation includes the use of log scans, LUTs, anamorphic resizing, histogram, and split screens for color matching/comparison.
After narrowly escaping a very personal zombie attack, a bedraggled survivor copes with his salvation in squalor, hunger and isolation within the confines of his cramped hideaway. This version is an extremely rough, ungraded cut of the film. VFX plates have not been processed and the soundtrack has not been included. The principal photography for the ending is slated for June 12th, 2015.
A Tropium Nitrate Production - in Association with Next Floor Entertainment.