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NICE SHOES PROMOTES COLORISTS CURLEY & SUDUL

December 8, 2004
NICE SHOES PROMOTES COLORISTS CURLEY & SUDUL

Nice Shoes' Curley and Sudul.

NEW YORK - In response to growing demand for telecine services, Nice Shoes has promoted two assistant colorists to night colorist positions. Gene Curley and Ron Sudul, both of whom have been with the facility since 1997, will work on the night shift, handling projects ranging from independent films to broadcast promotions to commercials.

Curley and Sudul each have extensive experience as assistants and both are products of the company's rigorous in-house training program. Curley has been an assistant colorist for six years. His credits include spots for the US Army, "Saturday Night Live" and Project For Drug Free America. Sudul has been an assistant for five years and has worked on the independent film "End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones" and on "No Plan," a short for Virgin Mobile phones.

Both colorists will operate da Vinci 2K color correctors with either one of Nice Shoes' Spirit Datacines or its Specter, the company?s new nonlinear virtual telecine tool.