End-to-end post-production and delivery of a 120-minute documentary that re-examines the crucifixion of Jesus and looks at the events that may have sparked his religious movement.
Manage the end-to-end post-production and delivery of a 1x120-minute documentary that re-examines the crucifixion of Jesus and looks at the events that may have sparked his religious movement.
How it was done
Five different cameras were used during filming: the Sony FS7, the Sony FS5, the Sony F5, the Sony A7S and the Canon C300.
With an array of different footage and lighting conditions, colourist Matthew Eversfield, using Digital Vision Nucoda, was tasked with balancing GVs with the location interviews and drama sequences while making the documentary bright and colourful. The drama sequence were then stylised with a sepia grade and vignette and de-saturation to make them stand out.
Nucoda DVO plugins were also used: DVO Clarity for noise reduction, DVO Chroma for removing chromatic aberration, DVO Flicker for reducing strobing and iris adjustments and DVO Pixel for removing dead pixels.
Steve Cook handled the audio using Pro Tools. The multiple drama sequences, along with use of non-English, Hebrew and Italian speaking actors, necessitated an extensive track-lay. Cook then manipulated the dialogue with delay and reverb along with extra FX and the occasional animal noise to pull it all together.
Interviews, mainly shot in challenging sound environments, required a touch of repair work using Izoptope RX5 advanced and some intensive equalisation.
14 April on Channel 5