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FotoKem: Universal and Legendary Pictures Little

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fotokem.logoFotoKem’s Atlanta and Burbank facilities have supported the production of Universal Pictures and Legendary Pictures’ Little from digital dailies through finishing with a full ACES finish for the fantasy comedy. Principal photography for Little took place last summer in the Atlanta area. From blockbuster producer Will Packer (Girls Trip, Night School, the Ride Along franchise) and director and co-writer Tina Gordon (Peeples, Drumline), Little tells the story of a tech mogul (Girls Trip’s Regina Hall) who is transformed into a 13-year-old version of herself (Marsai Martin), and must rely on her long-suffering assistant (Insecure’s Issa Rae), just as the future of her company is on the line.

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FotoKem’s Atlanta location provided digital dailies with looks developed by FotoKem colorist Alastor Arnold alongside cinematographer Greg Gardiner (Girls Trip, Night School) who shot with Sony F55 cameras.When editor David Moritz and the editorial team moved to Los Angeles, FotoKem sent EDLs to its nextLAB dailies platform, the facility’s proprietary digital file management system, where shots for VFX vendors were transcoded as ACES EXR files with full color metadata. Non-VFX shots were also automatically pulled from nextLAB for conform. The online was completed in Resolve.

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