Picture and audio post production on the 7 x 60-minute World War II-set drama written and directed by Stephen Poliakoff.
Post The Farm group
Client Little Island Productions
Brief Picture and audio post production on the 7 x 60-minute World War II-set drama about a captured German scientist who is recruited to work for the RAF.
How it was done Colourist Aidan Farrell worked closely with Stephen Poliakoff, grading the series using Digital Vision’s Nucoda to achieve vivid, striking colours with high contrast and strong shadows throughout the series to complement the beautiful cinematography of Ashley Rowe.
In addition, various Sapphire plugins were used to create desired effects including glows, glares, glints and grain.
All the elements and subjects within each frame of all scenes had crucial attention to detail in order to achieve the texture and distinct ‘film noir’ guise that was desired, whilst reflecting the tone and colour of post-war Britain.
Clyde Kellett completed the online and FX using DS Nitris and Nigel Edwards mixed the Audio in 5.1 using Pro Tools 12.
Watch it Thursday, 9pm, BBC2 and iPlayer