Craig Dingwall is visiting the USA in May as part of the NFSA’s George Eastman House exchange program. Craig is a telecine operator (the process of transferring motion picture film into video form) and colourist in the NFSA preservation team.
Cineric is considered one of the industry’s finest film restoration and preservation companies, fusing traditional photochemical processes with the latest in digital technology. Founded in 1982, the facility has restored and preserved over 1000 films for many movie studios and cultural institutions. Cineric completed the world’s first black-and-white 4K restoration on Stanley Kubrick’s Dr Strangelove (1964), in 2006. Their services include digital intermediate services at 2K and 4K, DCP, production of colour intermediate neg, pan-separation masters and fully corrected sound answer prints.