Post-Production Update: Color Correction

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Meet Neil Anderson (or the back of Neil’s head). Neil is a master colorist and we are thrilled that he has agreed to come on our team and provide color-correction for Hurdle! When Neil isn’t spending his nights and weekends making our film look beautiful, he’s working as a full-time colorist at Lucky Post, where he colors ads for companies like Toyota, The NBA, and the New York Times.

Color correction is such an important aspect of post-production and we’ve found an expert in Neil and his assistant Kyle Montgomery. Neil has already blown us away with how he is able to take our footage and make the story, characters and environment come alive in a way that jumps off the screen.

Thank you to all of our supporters (especially you Kickstarter backers and the Austin Film Society) for helping us get one of the best in the biz to bring our story to life.

 Director Michael Rowley (right) and Colorist Neil Anderson (left) work through a color session Hurdle.

Director Michael Rowley (right) and Colorist Neil Anderson (left) work through a color session Hurdle.