EFilm’s Tim Stipan Colors Provocative mother! at Company 3

September 20, 2017
Sep. 20, 2017

Directed by Darren Aronofsky and shot by frequent collaborator Matthew Libatique, the powerful feature, mother! opened to passionate responses and a slew of multiple interpretations last week, but those who know the filmmakers’ previous work, such as The Black Swan, and Read More


Into the Shadows: Color on “It”

September 8, 2017
Sep. 8, 2017

Audiences are eagerly awaiting It, from New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Based on Stephen King’s terrifying and popular novel, the film pits a group of kids in a small town against the horrifying clown Pennywise. The official trailer has gotten 13.2 Read More


Colorist Tom Poole Named to Academy Class of 2017

June 29, 2017
Jun. 29, 2017

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will be a little more colorful with the addition of Company 3’s Tom Poole, who has been invited to join the venerated Hollywood institution. Congrats to Tom and the entire class of 2017! Read More


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GAL GADOT as Diana in the action adventure "WONDER WOMAN," a Warner Bros. Pictures release.

Company 3 Prepares Wonder Woman for Battle

June 22, 2017
Jun. 22, 2017

One of the summer’s most eagerly-anticipated features, on June 2nd Wonder Woman at last brought the beloved and enduring comic character to movie audiences. Directed by Patty Jenkins (Oscar-winning feature Monster and highly-acclaimed series The Killing) and shot by Matthew Jensen, Read More


Company 3 Colors Sundance Favorites, Celebrates Indie Filmmaking

January 31, 2017
Jan. 31, 2017

Company 3 colorists graded two major features screened at this year’s Sundance Film Festival – Shirley MacLaine-starring The Last Word, and the powerful documentary, The Workers Cup. Company 3 and EFilm also hosted a well-attended party at Park City hot spot, Read More


Sean Coleman Talks Paper Towns

July 24, 2015
Jul. 24, 2015

“When my 14-year-old daughter found out I was working on Paper Towns, she was incredibly excited,” colorist Sean Coleman recalls. The source material, the young adult novel by John Green (The Fault in Our Stars), is enormously popular in her demo Read More


Paul Ensby Finishes Winehouse Doc

July 10, 2015
Jul. 10, 2015

Asif Kapadia’s heart-wrenching documentary Amy takes a look at the ill-fated torch singer Amy Winehouse through interviews with associates and a wealth of archival material, from home movies of her as a young girl to some of her final, drug-ravaged performances. Read More


Dave Hussey Helps Paint the Lonely Desperation of Nightingale

June 24, 2015
Jun. 24, 2015

For the haunting feature film Nightingale, director Elliot Lester and cinematographer Pieter Vermeer created a visual language to underscore the mental deterioration of the only character, Peter Snowden (Selma‘s David Oyelowo), a troubled veteran who is spinning out. Company 3’s Dave Read More


Stephen Nakamura Talks Dolby Vision

June 19, 2015
Jun. 19, 2015

Company 3 senior colorist Stephen Nakamura joined director Brad Bird, cinematographer Claudio Miranda, ASC and co-producer/VFX producer Tom Peitzman for an exciting, informative panel discussion at the Cinegear trade show about the art and craft of creating the unique look for Read More


EFILM and Company 3 Major Participants in LA Film Fest

June 19, 2015
Jun. 19, 2015

The EFILM and Company 3 brands were everywhere at this year’s LA Film Festival. The fest, from the organization Film Independent, is a yearly highlight for filmmakers — particularly independent-minded artists with unusual types of stories — to show their work, Read More


Stefan Sonnenfeld Colors Megahit Jurassic World

June 12, 2015
Jun. 12, 2015

Company 3’s Stefan Sonnenfeld did the final work on Universal’s Jurassic World, which gobbled up the biggest opening weekend domestically and worldwide ever. Directed by Colin Trevorrow and shot by John Schwartzman, ASC, Jurassic World brings a contemporary look and feel Read More


A look behind Tomorrowland | Colored by Stephen Nakamura

May 22, 2015
May. 22, 2015

‘Tomorrowland’ Cinematographer Claudio Miranda Talks About Creating First Dolby Vision Theatrical Release. “This is a great thing that’s coming,” enthused Oscar-winning director of photography Claudio Miranda of Dolby Vision, Dolby’s new-fangled format that offers high dynamic range, meaning a wider range Read More

Montage of Heck

Helping color Kurt Cobain’s world for Montage of Heck

May 13, 2015
May. 13, 2015

Company 3’s Shane Harris works with director Brett Morgen on this new documentary Director Brett Morgen spent eight years putting together the documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, which tells the fascinating and tragic story of the Nirvana front man in Read More

Age of Adaline

Stephen Nakamura colors Age of Adeline

April 24, 2015
Apr. 24, 2015

In the supernatural romance The Age of Adeline title character (Blake Lively), a young woman in the early 20th century, has an accident that stops her from aging. As time passes to WWII, the postwar era and right up to today, Read More

lost river-gosling

Siggy Ferstl Colors Ryan Gosling’s Directorial Debut

April 10, 2015
Apr. 10, 2015

Ryan Gosling was adamant about filling Lost River — his debut as a feature film writer/director – with gripping, unforgettable images. He hired Benoît Debie (Spring Breakers) to shoot and Company 3’s Siggy Ferstl to handle color grading duties. Starring Eva Mendes (The Place Read More