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'Still Here,' Colour Grader And Image Stabilizer

'Still Here,' Colour Grader And Image Stabilizer

  • Project Details
    Seeking a colour grader (and to do image stabilization) for "Still Here," a short film about dying beautifully. Synopsis: A young musician in Berlin receives news that his estranged mother is dying. When he visits her in a local hospital, she shares with him that she does not want to die there or at home but somewhere beautiful. He is told that medical care cannot save her, and he is now the designated caregiver for her end-of-life process. After much reflection, he takes her to Tiergarten Park to be with her on her final journey. There they discover together that dying can be beautiful.

    Production states: "Spiritual and poetic Inspiration for this project: Death and dying are perpetually sensationalized or trivialized in film and media worldwide. This is what we will disrupt in this new narrative short film project that will explore and embrace how the process of someone dying can be powerfully beautiful. Most people have had the painful experience of losing a loved one. However, the discourse that we lead surrounding the topic of death is one-sided and fearful, especially in Western societies. The idea of cinematically exploring death and loss in a more nuanced, ambiguous, and with beauty sets in motion many philosophical questions. No one wants to die in a hospital, and this art film project will openly question the widely accepted convention that is expected and more dignified to die comfortably in one’s own home. What if someone wishes to be in nature when she leaves this world? Post-production work plan: The film was been shot in Berlin. John Graham (key creative) is collaboratively editing the project to finish the picture quality of this special art house film. John will work collaboratively with colour grader to finesse and complete the film in terms of final image quality and image stabilization. The film will be 14 minutes in length. Meeting consultations will occur via Zoom. A project release date is anticipated in early 2024 and the film be submitted to film festivals worldwide. John Graham is an award-winning Canadian visual artist and independent filmmaker who has created nine short experimental films that have been screened at over 185 film festivals worldwide in 38 countries. John is the writer, art director, director, producer, and editor of this new short experimental film project."
  • Production Type
    General Staff + Crew
  • Union Status
    Non Union
  • Dates & Location
    Works btwn. Feb. 20-March 20 remotely.
  • Closing Date
    22nd Feb 2024