A little article about Shaun’s new movie “Curve of Earth“.
“I was asked to help out with several shots, for the feature film, Curve of Earth, by Curve of Earth LLC’s Post Production Supervisor Michelle Sullivan,” said Orlando Delbert. “Visual Effects Artist Frank Rosowski, and I, worked closely with Sullivan, and Editor Lara Ramirez, on twenty-three of the effects shots. All of the shots involved extensive tracking, and removal of unwanted reflections. We also worked closely with Thom Whitehead, Director of Editorial Services at Deluxe Digital Media in Los Angeles.”
Curve of Earth was Written and Directed by Lee Madsen. William Forsythe, Ursula Brooks, Shaun Sipos, and Dee Wallace are among the cast. The film was shot using a 2-Perforation-deep 35mm frame film system to capture the film in a widescreen 2.4:1 aspect ratio. This Techniscope format was invented over a century ago.
More information about Curve of Earth, can be found at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1296352/combined
Information about Deluxe Digital Media can be found at http://www.bydeluxe.com/
Delbert has an extensive background in brand building Internationally, with a focus on television network and broadcast identities. Work with CBS, FOX, NBC, The Dr. Phil Show, Entertainment Tonight/Insider, Telemundo, and Television Games Network has led him to multiple National Sports Emmy Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Graphic Design. His support for companies such as The Ant Farm, Intralink Film Graphic Design, Pongo Productions, Vurv, Inc. and What About Coco have extended company services to film marketing, launching campaigns, on-air promos, commercials, and syndication packaging for clients such as Disney, Twentieth Century Fox, Introvision International, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Universal Studios, Warner Brothers, and many others.
Delbert Entertainment, LLC specializes in Motion Graphic Design and the branding of television/cable networks, their identities and broadcast packaging. This includes television show packaging, on-air promos, launch campaigns, and commercials.