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MR MANDELA Posted: 14/06/2010
MR MANDELA

Sequence have just completed the full HD post of 'Mr Mandela' by Hip Hop band: Trenton And Free Radical (managed by Monumental). The film, shot on location in Cape Town was another 35mm DSLR masterpiece posted by the Sequence team, in-house at the brand new Newman St facility. The piece was edited and graded by new addition Joe Rigby, entirely using Final Cut Studio. The inspiring and up-lifting track dedicated to Nelson Mandela has been released in parallel with the single's launch in SA ready for the Fifa World Cup 2010.
Footage was imported as native 1080 x 1920 H.264 files and transcoded to Prores 4444 before being edited in FCP, graded in Color and mastered for multiple content platforms including HD Broadcast, Youtube, iTunes and the band's website:www.trentonandfreeradical.com

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SEQUENCE CELEBRATE SWEET SIXTH Posted: 14/06/2010
SEQUENCE CELEBRATE SWEET SIXTH
On Wednesday 16/6, Sequence celebrates it's sixth year since trading began. The business has made serious waves, gaining huge momentum on a mission to become a leading Apple-based post house and creative short-form production company. During the journey which has included editing of 3 x BAFTA winning F1 seasons, 2 x RTS winning VT edits and titles for Broadcast Award winning BBC Grand National, the company have also ventured into top-flight feature film work, most notably designing the end titles for blockbuster Quantum of Solace. 
Six years on and Sequence are proud to be developing a unique approach to the traditional Post business model.

Year 6 will see yet more developments as owner and founder Foakes points out: "We have been looking at central London, mainly Soho and Noho for some time, almost waiting in the wings at Pinewood before unleashing our talents into the Soho market. This year there are some very exciting developments. Our Newman St home is very much stage 1 of our longer-term London goals. By Autumn you'll be seeing a whole new, more cyclical face to the brand, with all our services and talents under one very nice roof."

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SEQUENCE POST - BREWING UP HOT TALENT Posted: 14/06/2010
SEQUENCE POST - BREWING UP HOT TALENT

Sequence Post have recently drawn to the final stages of their inaugural 'S' Factor competition, in which short-listed new entrants from various Media courses around the country battled for the chance to win a first-time job in TV. The lucky winner of 'S Factor 2010' will venture into a customised, paid role with Sequence, where they will gain hands-on experience both in the editing, design, finishing and 'on set' assisting on short form RED film production projects. Inspired by previous success stories from the Sequence family including 2009 Broadcast Post-Production Hot Shot - Ian Grech, who has since become one of the top FCP talents in London.

Foakes said: "This year we have run the competition on a small scale, under the radar to test the format with Bournemouth Media School and Ravensbourne College. Seeing the young new entrants all fired up reminds me of starting out editing at only 18 years old. They are the future and not to be ignored or sent to the kitchen to make cups of tea."

 

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SEQUENCE SUPPLIES TALENT IN SOUTH AFRICA Posted: 14/06/2010
SEQUENCE SUPPLIES TALENT IN SOUTH AFRICA

 

Sequence are proud to be supplying HBS, IMG and Sunset & Vine this summer, sending a selection of top Final Cut Pro talent to cut creative VTs and programs on location in South Africa. Crew members from Sequence Talent, including David Howell, Ian Grech, Ben Hallam and Chris Denton are working both in the Johannesburg media centre and on the road, cutting creative VT inserts, highlights shows and opening montages. Sequence top freelance Apple Trainer and senior consultant: Alex Snelling has taken the role of Post Supervisor/FCP Support Editor and will look after a team of FCP editors and edit-producers in Johannesburg using an Apple FCP multi-seat work flow.

 

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