Filmmaker William Riead is currently in the completion stages of post production on his upcoming epic biopic The Letters, depicting 50 years in the life of Mother Teresa, who died in 1997. Riead turned to Blue Room Post, located at Raleigh Manhattan Beach Studios, to deliver a full range of post production services on this historically accurate epic, 10 years in the making.
Blue Room Post’s Andras Ostrom is the editor of The Letters, with color correction being handled by Robert Douglas. Mike Patterson provides ADR and audio mixing services. Flame Artist Brent Gilmartin is spearheading work on more than 50 visual effects shots featured within The Letters. This VFX work includes a number of green-screen shots (moving vehicles, trains, and cars,) several crowd enhancement and duplication scenes, a transition scene from an old still photograph into live-action 1946 Calcutta, stock footage integration, and a variety of hidden FX, all of which help to enhance and embellish the overall storyline.
Riead said, “I chose to bring The Letters to Blue Room Post specifically because they are so unlike many of the clinical, cookie-cutter post houses available out there. Blue Room offers a nicely paced, fun and family-style atmosphere while also providing thoroughly professional services.”
To see a trailer of The Letters, visit http://www.cinemawestfilms.com/index.php?page=902619.txt