GONE GIRL takes a shot at 6K

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Light iron partners with quantel for the world’s first 6k di workflow | Leading Hollywood post house, Light Iron,has used Quantel’s Pablo Rio colour and finishing system to complete the world’s first 6K

feature post production on director David Fincher’s latest thriller, Gone Girl. Light Iron upgraded one of its six PabloRios with additional GPUs to support an8K workflow and used its Quantel GeneticEngineering 2 shared workflow systemto complete the 6K colour correction inmultiple rooms at Light Iron’s Los Angelesfacility, all in real-time.

Light Iron is hometo four Pablo Rio systems in Los Angelesand a further two in New York. Shot in 6Kon the Epic Red Dragon, Gone Girl is thethird David Fincher movie posted at LightIron, following The Social Network andThe Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. GoneGirl, an adaption of Gillian Flynn’s 2012novel, tells the story of a writer (Ben Affleck)who becomes a suspect when his wife(Rosamund Pike) goes missing, leading to asuspense driven plot examining dishonesty,the media, appearances and the economy’seffects on marriage.

Pablo Rio is Quantel’s high quality colourand finishing system that provides theultimate productive post workflow. GeneticEngineering 2, on the other hand, providesshared storage and workflow, enabling betterteam working and more productive post.

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