Digital Vision World & Apollo 11
Digital Vision World are proud to announce the role of Golden Eye, Phoenix, and Nucoda in the creation of "Apollo 11", the brand new documentary, fifty years in the making!
Our highly acclaimed image science solutions were used to provide an end to end film digitisation and remastering workflow at Final Frame , for Todd Douglas Miller’s cinematic retelling of NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s most celebrated mission.
16mm and 35mm film assets, and a trove of never before seen 65mm and 70mm film reels, were scanned on Golden Eye, restored on Phoenix, and graded on Nucoda to produce pristine 8k footage.
Academy Award Winning Director, Todd Douglas Miller, used these newly restored 8K digital masters to create a cinematic journey that immerses the viewer on the mission to the moon, alongside the Astronauts, Mission Control team, and the millions of spectators on the ground, in a way that allows viewers to vividly experience those momentous days and hours in 1969 when humankind took a giant leap into the future.
Greg Holland, CVO at Digital Vision, said “To have had such an extensive involvement in this Apollo 11 project, given the 30 years of pioneering work we have done in image processing, is a huge honour to all of us at Digital Vision World. It is also a fantastic tribute to our work in Image Science. We are naturally delighted that Digital Vision World’s end-to-end solutions were selected for the delivery of such a prestigious film archive.”