Sundance: Sim prepares four films for festival premieres
January 29, 2020

Sundance: Sim prepares four films for festival premieres

NEW YORK CITY — Sim (, which has been a long-time supporter of independent film, provided post production finishing services for four films that premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT.
Sim Post New York provided final color grading and online editorial for Hillary, Academy Award-nominated director Nanette Burnstein’s four-part documentary about the life of Hillary Clinton and her historic 2016 presidential campaign. It screened on Saturday, January 25th and Sunday, January 26th as a Sundance Film Festival Special Event. Sim Post New York credits include Lucie Barbier-Dearnley, color, and Tif Luckenbil, online editorial.

Sim Post New York also provided final color grading, online editorial finishing, sound editing and mixing services for Aggie. Directed by Emmy Award-nominee Catherine Gund, the feature documentary offers an intimate portrait of Gund’s mother, art patron and philanthropist Agnes “Aggie” Gund. Its world premiere took place on Friday, January 24th as part of the festival’s Documentary Premieres. The film’s New York premiere will follow February 18th at the Museum of Modern Art as part of its Doc Fortnight. Sim Post New York credits include Lucie Barbier-Dearnley, color, Tif Luckenbil, online editorial, and Keith Hodne, supervising sound editor/re-recording mixer.
Sim Post Los Angeles provided editorial finishing and final color grading services for Miss Americana. Director Lana Wilson delves into the creative process of superstar recording artist Taylor Swift at a watershed moment in her career. It debuts Saturday, February 1st as part of the festival’s Documentary Premieres series. Sim Post Los Angeles credits include Nelson Mah, color.
Sim Post Toronto provided the sound editing and mixing for Hey Lady! starring Jayne Eastwood. Directed by Adriana Maggs, Sarah Polley and Will Bowes, and written by Morris Panych, the short-form comedy series premiered on Tuesday, January 28th as part of the festival’s Indie Episodic Showcase and will debut on CBC Gem on February 14th. Sim Post Toronto credits include Jane Tattersall, partner/SVP, David McCallum, partner/supervising sound editor, Krystin Hunter, sound editor, David Caporale, assistant sound editor, and James Bastable, re-recording mixer.