Don Burgess, ASC and Light Iron’s Corinne Bogdanowicz reteam for The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two and discuss their longtime collaboration in the panel discussion “Cinematography From Set to Screen.” Continuing the story of “true believer” Kate Pierce (Darby Camp)...
Director Julia Swain, cinematographer Teodora Totoiu, and colorist Corinne Bogdanowicz shine a light on the documentary Lady Cameraman’s journey to the screen. “Cinematography has truly saved my life,” director of photography Julia Swain says in the opening minutes of...
Cinematographer Christian Sprenger and Light Iron supervising colorist Steven Bodner collaborate to bring Heidi Schreck’s play What the Constitution Means to Me to the screen. Mixing personal biography and family history with the political and social sciences, Heidi...
Stephan Pehrsson, BSC shoots on DXL2 and partners with Light Iron to realize the vibrant visuals of the series Utopia. The comic book Dystopia tells the story of Jessica Hyde, a young girl on the run from the evil Mr. Rabbit, who holds Jessica’s scientist father...
The filmmakers behind Yes, God, Yes recount their journey to bring the feature to fruition. In the early aughts, in a small Iowa town, Alice — a student at the local Catholic high school — enjoys watching Titanic and testing her knowledge of movie titles with word...
Made In Her Image and Panavision partner for a virtual roundtable spotlighting women filmmakers of color. On July 14, Made In Her Image, Panavision, Light Iron and LEE Filters presented the virtual roundtable discussion “Through Her Lens: Creating a Truly Inclusive...
Cinematographer Quyen Tran employs T Series optics and reteams with colorist Ethan Schwartz for the existential time-loop comedy ‘Palm Springs.’
Patrick Cady, ASC details the procedures he and his collaborators — including Light Iron Supervising Colorist Scott Klein — followed to take Bosch Season 6 from prep through post.
Jeff Cronenweth, ASC employs Panavision’s DXL2 and large-format optics, and reteams with Light Iron supervising colorist Ian Vertovec, to lend a sense of nostalgia to the twilight-lit landscapes of Tales From the Loop.
John Conroy, ISC helps transport Showtime’s horror franchise Penny Dreadful to a new period and location with Penny Dreadful: City of Angels
Panavision and Light Iron help DP Catherine Goldschmidt pioneer a pipeline for Dummy, a made-for-mobile production requiring both 16:9 and 9:16 framing.
The coming-of-age story, YES, GOD, YES, originally a short film, earned the Panavision and Light Iron “From Prep to Post” award during the 2017 TFI Network.
From the Lumaforge Faster Together stage, Panavision & Light Iron SVP of Innovation Michael Cioni challenges misconceptions about the potential for 8K distribution.
From the Lumaforge Faster Together stage, Light Iron’s Senior Media Archivist, Keenan J. Mock, outlines best practices based on his experience producing archives for over 200 feature films and episodic projects to date.
Light Iron’s Executive Director of Business Development, Megan Marquis, moderates a panel of industry professionals who share their opinions about the many opportunities that working in NYC brings.
It’s undeniable that HDR is an important industry trend, with mega-players like Netflix and Amazon requiring HDR masters in their delivery specs.
From TEDxLincolnSquare, Michael Cioni discusses how the interaction of new technologies creates new innovations with lasting impact.
From NAB 2017, VP of U.S. Operations Josh Haynie and other industry experts gathered at the B&H booth to discuss technological advances in color, cinematography, and post production.
Congratulations to our clients showcasing their work at this year’s festival. Light Iron celebrates your successes.
From the Lumaforge Faster Together stage at NAB 2017, Michael Cioni explores how technology companies and the creative community push each other to evolve.