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Sundance 2015 – Mission Post and Bobcat

Posted in Currently at Mission Post, Recent News with tags on January 22, 2015 by wfon

Bobcat Goldthwait’s documentary “Call Me Lucky,” the life and legend of comedian Barry Crimmins, will have its premiere in Park City at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. Mission Post provided the sound package and mixed the film at Monkeyland Audio. callmelucky.27x40.bleed_

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Bobcat, Bigfoot and Willow Creek

Posted in Currently at Mission Post, Recent News, Shows & Clients on March 11, 2014 by wfon

BmkX-9HCQAEicnh.jpg-largeMission Post provided complete post-sound services for Bobcat Goldthwait’s legitimately hair-raising found-footage horror pic, “Willow Creek.” When a Bigfoot fanatic and his girlfriend journey deep into the Northern California forest to find the location of the famous, captured-on-film Bigfoot sighting in the late 60’s, all hell breaks loose! Already a major hit with festivals all around the world, “Willow Creek” is often funny and then anything but. Coming soon!

 

SXSW x 2

Posted in Currently at Mission Post, Friends of Mission Post, Recent News, Shows & Clients on March 11, 2014 by wfon

Playing in Austin this week at the South by Southwest fest, “Faults,” a thriller starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and “The Guest,” fresh off its Sundance premiere, continue Mission Post’s collaborations with Andy Hay and Proper Post. The Mission provided dialogue editorial and ADR supervision for the two films.

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Mascot Madness!!!

Posted in Currently at Mission Post, Friends of Mission Post, Recent News, Shows & Clients on March 11, 2014 by wfon

The first season of Hulu’s Original Series “Behind the Mask” is a 10 episode arc following the lives and times of four sports mascots from amateur to pro introducing us to Rooty, a Pennsylvania high school mascot; Hey Reb! the mascot of UNLV in Las Vegas; Tux, a minor-league hockey mascot for a Pittsburgh Penguins affiliate; and Bango, the high-flying mascot of the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks. Funny, poignant, thoughtful and ultimately entertaining, the series runs on Hulu and you can check it out now! Mission Post provided editorial services for Proper Post on this one.

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Drake Doremus and “Breathe In”

Posted in Currently at Mission Post, Recent News, Shows & Clients with tags , , , , on September 20, 2013 by wfon

Back in December of 2010, we had the privilege of meeting Drake Doremus and working with him on “Like Crazy.” “Like Crazy” won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Picture at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

Drake’s follow-up, the darker family drama of “Breathe In” screened at Sundance 2013 ahead of an international theatrical and VOD release and is soon to be released stateside. The film stars Guy Pearce and Felicity Jones and is a beautifully meditative piece, improvisational and moody. We are very proud of “Breathe In” and happy to once again have had the chance to work with Drake and his producers at Indian Paintbrush as well as Andrea Sperling and Jonathan Schwartz at Super Crispy. Go see this movie!

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Comedy and the End of the World, “It’s a Disaster”

Posted in Currently at Mission Post, Recent News, Shows & Clients with tags , , , , on September 20, 2013 by wfon

Written and directed by Todd Berger, produced by and starring Kevin Brennan and Jeff Grace, “It’s a Disaster” is a laugh-riot from the opening scene. While a group of self-obsessed, egomaniacal friend’s gather for a brunch, terrorists set off a slew of dirty bombs effectively destroying the city (perhaps the world)… this fact is missed by the lunch gathering whose catty conversation and gossipy narrative can’t take a breath to factor in the apocalypse coming down around them. Savagely funny with a great cast including Julia Stiles, David Cross and America Ferrera, “It’s a Disaster” is a lot of fun.

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Strange Events in “Far Marfa”

Posted in Friends of Mission Post, Recent News, Shows & Clients with tags , , , , on September 20, 2013 by wfon

Producer Carolyn Pfeiffer (returning to Mission Post after “The Quiet”) introduced us to Cory Van Dyke and his thoughtful, funny, artistically rendered “Far Marfa,” the story of a down on his luck music producer and his run-ins with a cast of strange folk in the remote and fascinating town of Marfa, Texas. Think early Coen Brothers with a very unique and original flair and you’ll find yourself lost in the vastness of it all.

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