The first time a movie made me cry I was four years old. To the best of my knowledge, it was also the first time I saw a movie in theaters. At the risk of sounding too much like Nicole Kidman at an AMC, I will just say this: there’s a reason cinemas stay in business.
I was among the sea of people who saw Oppenheimer and Barbie as a double feature. The experience made me think about how many people probably share the same nostalgic memories of escaping mid-summer heat waves under the big screen. It reinvigorated for me an immutable fact – the movies will never die.
This issue of The Harbor Monthly, as all the ones before it, is dedicated to the craft and dedication that goes into creating those moments.
We bring you recent work from our talented team, a summer watchlist of movies we’ve had the privilege of working on over the years, a celebration of the Emmy-Award nominees, and a special look into our recent partnership with the ASC for a masterclass with John Conroy, ASC and Shelly Johnson, ASC along with Senior Colorist Anthony Raffaele.