LucidLink is used in creative workflows for stand-out productions like The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse, as well as the hit FX show The Bear.
We noticed a new trend this award season. A number of the industry’s top productions in film and television all seem to have one new thing in common: LucidLink was the storage and collaboration tool they relied on to scale up and streamline their creative workflows.
From the Academy Award-nominated animated short film The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse to the hit FX show The Bear, which won multiple awards, including a Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild, Critics Choice, and recently an ACE Eddie award, LucidLink helped production teams work together seamlessly from every corner of the world. And we helped them do it with ease and no interruptions to their creative flow.
Using their LucidLink Filespace, the world’s top creative teams are working together like never before. Instead of stressing about the challenges of waiting to ship and receive hard drives, being limited to a location-based talent pool, or being blocked by the delay of having to download and sync files, the leading creative teams are scaling up their productions and focusing their time on making award-winning content that captures the minds and hearts of audiences worldwide.
The influential, family-friendly animation based on the best-selling book, The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse has already won numerous awards, including Best Animated Short and Best British Short Animation at this year’s BAFTA Awards. The film was also nominated for Best Animated Short at the 2023 Academy Awards. Created by British Illustrator Charlie Mackesy, the production relied on the expertise of animators based in nearly 20 different countries—all using LucidLink to quickly access their media assets and edit together seamlessly in Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Avid, Media Composer, and Blackmagic Resolve.
Devotion, J.D. Dillard’s gripping movie about the real-life heroics of Jesse Brown, the first African American to complete the US Navy’s basic flight training program, was nominated for Best Picture at the African-American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) earlier this year. The editor, Billy Fox, used Adobe Premiere Pro, Frame.io, and LucidLink to create the uplifting and inspiring production.
The popular FX series, The Bear, is about a young chef who returns from the fine dining world to Chicago after the death of his brother to run his family’s sandwich shop. They swept the awards shows with multiple wins. The editors and assistant editors of the show never met in person— they worked remotely using LucidLink with Adobe Productions in Premiere.
The multiple Emmy-award-winning series Atlanta is an FX comedy-drama about a rapper and his manager trying to build their music careers in Atlanta. The third season of the show was produced globally on LucidLink using Adobe Productions in Premiere to collaborate remotely, leading to nominations for the 2023 American Society of Cinematographers and American Cinema Editor Awards.
Missing, a thriller currently in theaters, employs stylized cinematic language by presenting the events of the film through a computer and phone screen. The film was produced during the pandemic and based on a workflow using Adobe Creative Cloud and Frame.io with LucidLink.
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