Online, grade and titles for the 3 x 120-minute adaption of Shakespeare’s historical plays.
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Client Neal Street Productions/Carnival Films
Brief Online, grade and titles for the 3 x 120-minute adaption of Shakespeare’s historical plays.
How it was done Using Avid DS, Nuke and Mocha, senior editor Justin Eely removed modern-day items such as electric lights, wire fences and cities, and fixed visible wig lines on actors’ hair. For a scene in the Great Hall, he worked on enhancing the light and added sun shards to windows for consistency and to complete the look of the room. For the grade, senior colourist Gareth Spensley used Baselight to map a tonal shift through the three films, highlighting the grip on the throne. Shafts of sunlight were added to the scenes in the Royal Court using shapes and keys. As the narrative shifts to treasonous plotting, the tonal emphasis was moved to the cooler elements of the scenes.
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