Already lined up for a variety of projects at Bad Robot, SGO’s Mistika was used in the post production finishing of the 2D and 3D movie “STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS”. Mistika’s involvement also included unique workflow technologies for film and conform, in all dimensions for 2D, stereoscopic 3D and IMAX versions.
Digimage Cinema, a division of media group CMC, used Mistika for all the stunning stereoscopic 3D effects in live-action 3D French-language feature film Asterix & Obelix: On Her Majesty’s Service. Digimage offers high-end state-of the-art Stereo 3D and colour grading in the largest DI room in Europe, following its investment in SGO’s Mistika technology.
SGO’s Mistika was chosen by Digimage Cinema for the complete post production including colour grading of highly anticipated film, The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet, directed by award-winning French director Jean-Pierre Jeunet. It will be digitally re-mastered in the IMAX 3D format using Mistika, with plans for its début release on 16 October 2013 across IMAX theatres in France.
The prolific film-making team behind the rebooted ‘Star Trek’ franchise, Bad Robot Productions, has invested in a Mistika conform and Stereo 3D system to serve as the centrepiece of its rapidly growing in-house production services operation, Kelvin Optical. Already lined up for a variety of projects at Bad Robot, Mistika will be significantly involved in the finishing of Star Trek Into Darkness.
High-end post production facility, The Look along with its Mistika, was responsible for the stunning colour grading and finishing, of the epic Queen Concert film titled Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live In Budapest ‘86 for Eagle Rock Entertainment and Queen Productions. As part of the successful 1986 Magic Tour, which was Freddie Mercury’s last, Hungary was included on the tour schedule. With three years to go before the fall of the Berlin Wall, the landmark event marked the very first rock concert from the West to take place behind the Iron Curtain.
SGO’s Mistika was used at London’s ONSIGHT for the stereoscopic 3D post production of RealD and the Royal Opera House’s co-production of one of the world’s finest operas, Puccini’s Madam Butterfly in 3D for the first time ever. The sophisticated masterpiece entitled Madam Butterfly 3D was filmed last summer during live performances at the prestigious Covent Garden venue and released exclusively in RealD 3D-equipped theatres beginning spring 2012.
Award-winning KANDOR Graphics, one of Europe’s foremost CG animation production studios has invested in a Mistika post production system. A technology company that produces high-end animated short and feature films, KANDOR chose Mistika for many reasons, one of which includes the fact that Mistika is powerful and offers unbeatable versatility in order to support animation feature films in 2D and Stereo 3D.
Australia’s premier film and TV post production specialist, Digital Pictures has invested in an SGO Mistika and SAN system. They will use SGO’s Mistika technology as the centrepiece of its service offering for film, television and advertising projects, bringing with it significant performance and productivity advantages, which will help the company keep pace with a rapidly growing high-profile project list.
Identity FX chose SGO’s advanced Mistika technology for the majority of its stereoscopic work, to create spellbinding 3D in the intriguing science fiction film, Prometheus, directed by award-winning Sir Ridley Scott. Identity FX and Mistika teamed up to deliver the finest technical creativity and sheer innovative ingenuity to the high profile project.