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LATEST NEWS

Foxtrot Films

30th July, 2018

Great to have Director Margy Kinmonth and Bond actor Gemma Arterton recording at Onsight studios for an exciting new feature documentary which will release in 2019 with Foxtrotfilms 

Me My Mouth and I

26th July, 2018

OnSight have been proud to provide full post production for the BBC Documentary Me My Mouth and I, This 60-minute film show’s insight into Thom, an artist and activist who also has Tourette's Syndrome. In this film, Jess takes us on a funny and unpredictable journey of discovery into one of Beckett's most complex plays and asks us to radically reconsider issues of disability, representation and social exclusion as she prepares to perform the role of Mouth in Not I, in front of a live theatre audience.

We have thoroughly enjoyed working alongside The Sunshine Company, with Director Sophie Robinson, Amelia King as Assistant Producer and Reg Wrench as Editor, who’s thought-provoking film follows one woman’s exploration of neurodiversity in the arts through the work of Samuel Beckett from disabled performer Jess Thom's personal perspective.

Onsight’s team including Adam Sample as Online Editor, Andy Coles as Sound Supervisor and Andy Lee as Colourist have all provided their creative expertise and are proud to have worked on this powerful BBC Documentary. .

The film was first aired on Saturday 21st July 2018, on BBC 2, it is now available on BBC I Player. You can also go and watch Jess Thoms production of Not I which will be touring this autumn and next spring.


 

Inside the World Toughest Prisons

16th July, 2018

OnSight have been proud to provide full 4K post production for the second series of Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons, which has premiered this month as a NETFLIX original.

This Netflix and Emporium Productions factual series, follows ex-prisoner and journalist Raphael Rowe as he immerses himself in prison activity at a range of locations. His journey takes him to Brazil, Papua New Guinea, Ukraine and Belize, where he discovers a world of extreme punishment, squalor and murderous gang warfare.

The 4 x 60-minute series has been commissioned by Netflix’s Olivia LaRoche, and the series is executive produced by Emma Read and Gabe Solomon for Emporium. Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons, will be made available across the streaming service on July 6

Emporium’s Head of Production, Richard Walker, said “Onsight surpassed our expectations in all phases of final post for the series. The grading and online work was second to none, the sound design was excellent and delivery ran very smoothly. The calm and considered work of Jeff Halsey and the rest of the Onsight team enabled us to focus on what was most important, creating engrossing and thoughtful films for a worldwide audience.''

Wildscreen Awards

06th July, 2018

OnSight are delighted to hear that BBC Studios - The Natural History Unit, BBC Worldwide and OceanX Media have been nominated for Innovation Award with OCEANS: OUR BLUE PLANET in the Wildscreen Festival, 

And also up for an award in the Wild Screen festival are BBC Earth Films & SMG Pictures who have been nominated for the Childrens Award with EARTH ONE AMAZING DAY. 

Congratulations to all and fingers crossed .... :)

Frieze x Gucci - The Second Summer of Love

04th July, 2018

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Second Summer of Love, Gucci and Frieze present new films exploring the cultural impact of acid house.

OnSight have been proud to provide 2D and 3D post services for four prelude films that introduce the series. Directed by Adam Csoka Keller, exec produced by Jack Robinson and edited by Tom Chick, these inspiring films that took shape with us here at OnSight, explore the different facets of the second summer of love.

O​ur senior colourist Andy Lee and colourist/online editor Maggie Maciejczek-Potter​ provided their creative expertise for the Conform and Online on each of these short films.

This major new collaboration between Frieze and Gucci serves as an introduction to the work created by artists Wu Tsang, Jeremy Deller, Arthur Jafa and Josh Blaaberg, who will present new films exploring acid house and the social and political histories behind a selection of the scenes that preceded and influenced it, from Italian Disco, to New York house and Detroit techno. The four longer form films will be released later this year.