IO Film has used its existing Nucoda (www.digitalvision.se) systems to produce the DIs for the films Crash, Green Street Hooligans and The Wedding Date, as well as on the yet-to-be-released Neverwas and 10th and Wolf.
The latest Nucoda Film Master system comes with SD and HD 4:4:4 capability, as well as 2K and 4K 16-bit processing. The system will be connected to iO Film’s existing Storage Area Network in order to take advantage of Nucoda’s Shared Storage Architecture, which allows multiple Nucoda workstations to share access to the same set of material.
“Our business has been growing so quickly that we had to add another Nucoda suite in order to accommodate our expanding roster of feature film clients,” says iO Film CEO, Howard Cohen. “We will build out a new suite in our new building in Hollywood specifically for this additional Nucoda Film Master system. Efficient workflow and a very sophisticated color correction toolset are critical for our type of operation, so the Nucoda system is the only logical choice for us. Adam Hawkey, our senior colourist, loves the system and our clients love the creative results we give them.”