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“Automotive” Drives Thru

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

Tom Glynn’s neo-noir “Automotive” revved up at Mission Post on its way to the Dances With Film festival. Shot entirely from the interior perspective of the very unique 1964 Mercury “Breezeway” Montclair, the car almost becomes the lead character as its driver and riders indulge in criminal activities throughout the Los Angeles area. Sun soaked at times, lit by passing headlights in the night at others, “Automotive” has a definite cool and it sounds amazing! Patrick Giraudi and Virtual Mix helped us out on this one ahead of a Todd-AO printmaster.

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Jeff Garlin’s “Dealin’ With Idiots”

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

“Curb Your Enthusiasm” star and writer, director, comedian Jeff Garlin came to Mission Post with his latest comedy “Dealin’ With Idiots,” an improvisational comedy chock full of funny people including Fred Willard, Bob Odenkirk, Jamie Gertz, Richard Kind and JB Smoove, along with Jeff himself. It was a true pleasure to hang with such a funny guy. IFC Films released the picture theatrically.

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Collaborations with Proper Post

Posted in Currently at Mission Post, Friends of Mission Post, Recent News with tags , , , , , on September 20, 2013 by wfon

Andy Hay, C.A.S. has been Mission Post’s go-to re-recording mixer, sound designer and co-supervising sound editor since we first worked with him on Kevin Van Hook’s “The Fallen Ones.” He recently has branded his own company, Proper Post, and has brought his projects to Mission Post for dialogue editorial, ADR supervision and picture editing roles, they include “Coherence,” “Kill the Dictator,” “Better Living Through Chemistry” and “Brahmin Bulls.”

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“Like Crazy” premieres at Sundance!

Posted in Currently at Mission Post, Recent News, Shows & Clients on January 19, 2011 by wfon

Mission Post provided the post-sound package for Drake Doremus‘ new feature “Like Crazy” starring Anton Yelchin, Felicity Jones and Spirit Award contender/Golden Globe nominee Jennifer Lawrence (“Winter’s Bone”). The film, produced by Jonathan Schwartz and Andrea Sperling, premieres at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah and is a beautifully conceived character piece about a young couple dealing with the ups and downs of a long distance relationship.

Man Without a Head

Posted in Currently at Mission Post, Recent News on March 18, 2010 by wfon

Writer, director and producer Johnny Roc brought his independent feature film Man Without a Head to Mission Post. The film stars Roc along with Shannyn Sossamon and Taryn Manning. Mission Post worked with SFX designer Steve Tushar and Patrick Giraudi of Virtual Mix on this ambitious project.

Collaboration with the Plant-Based Dietitian

Posted in Recent News, Shows & Clients on October 19, 2009 by wfon
Julieanna Hever with John Robbins, animal and environmental activist

Julieanna Hever with John Robbins, animal and environmental activist

Mission Post, through Genre Pictures, will continue to step into production with this original series of DVDs, co-produced by nutrition expert Julieanna Hever and Mission Post’s co-owner Jesse Pomeroy. Aimed at providing a nutritional, medically correct and scientifically bolstered map for people interested in changing their diets from carnivorous to plant-based, Julieanna (a.k.a. The Plant-Based Dietitian) will guide viewers through interviews with professionals in multiple fields as well as cooking demonstrations and testimonials. The Plant-Based Dietitian’s Guide to Going Veg enters production in the late fall. Mission Post will begin editorial and post-production duties in the New Year.

Look goes to cable as an episodic

Posted in Recent News, Shows & Clients on October 19, 2009 by wfon

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Adam Rifkin’s Look, a multiple storyline ensemble seen through the many lenses of surveillance cameras, has been taken on by a major cable network as an episodic series. Only one storyline from the feature continues to be examined in this new group of colliding characters and situations. The visual and sonic style from the film will be replicated over the presumed 10 episode arc.