Category:Sony 4K Restorations

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Title date restored scan restoration colorist supervisor 4K release
"It Happened One Night" (1934) "newly manufactured wet-gate Fine Grain Master, which had been made from the Original Negative, and was scanned at 4K"[1] "lengthy digital film restoration process at Prasad Corporation, to address dirt, tears, scratches and other artifacts" Scott Ostrowsky Rita Belda, Sony Pictures Entertainment’s Executive Director of Asset Management, Digital Mastering and Film Restoration
"The More the Merrier" (1943)[2] Cineric "blending of duplicate and original picture negative to eliminate damaged frames" Sheri Eisenberg Rita Belda, SPE’s vice president for asset management
A Matter of Life and Death (1946)[3] 4K scanning at Cineric, New York L’Immagine Ritrovato

MTI Film, Hollywood

Sheri Eisenberg Grover Crisp
"The Lady from Shanghai" (1948) "nitrate original negative was scanned in 4K at Deluxe in Hollywood"[4] "digital restoration, part of the work completed at MTI Film in Los Angeles" "Restoration in 4K at Colorworks at Sony Pictures"
"The Bridge on the River Kwai" (1956) Scott Ostrowsky Grover Crisp 4K UltraHD
"Mothra" (1961) 2009 Cinetech

"scanned that internegative at 2K (or 2048 horizontal lines) to .dpx files"

Digital restoration was done at Ascent Media Group in Burbank[5] Tess Walsh Kim Gott (timing manager)
"Lawrence of Arabia" (1962) 2012 scanned on two large format 65mm Imagica XE scanners at FotoKem at 8K[6] Prasad Corporation[7]

MTI Film

Scott Ostrowsky Grover Crisp 4K UltraHD
"Dr. Strangelove" (1964)[8] Cineric's "Oxberry Cinescan 6400 scanner, equipped with a wet gate"

"The film was scanned at 10 bit depth logarithmic to dpx files"

"Daniel DeVincent, Cineric’s Director of Digital Restoration, created look up tables (lut) designed to optimize the scan of each element in order to achieve the dynamic range of 35mm black-and-white film."[9]

"Daniel DeVincent, Cineric’s Director of Digital Restoration" Grover Crisp 4K UltraHD
“Easy Rider” (1969) 4K scanning and digital image restoration by Immagine Ritrovata[10] Roundabout Entertainment Sheri Eisenberg Grover Crisp 4K UltraHD
"Taxi Driver" (1976) Scott Ostrowsky Grover Crisp
"Close Encounters of the Third Kind" (1977)[11] Cineric Laboratory
Prasad Corporation[12]
4K UltraHD
"Tootsie" (1982) Cineric, New York

"digital transfer was created in 4K resolution on an Oxberry wet-gate film scanner from the 35mm original camera negative"[13]

Prasad Group Scott Ostrowski Grover Crisp

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