Check out one of ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentaries about the infamous “No más” fight between Sugar Ray Leonard and Roberto Durán. Directed by Eric Drath and edited by Alison Shurman, with color correction by Pedro J. Padilla. October 15th at 8 PM on ESPN.
Jonathan Goodman Levitt’s documentary about three traditional American boys with Presidential dreams will be premiering in Germany October 2013.
Pedro is the director of photography on a television pilot shooting in New York City and Madrid, Spain.
The documentary Beauty Factory, about the Miss Venezuela beauty pageant, will be premiering in the American Documentary Festival in Palm Springs, CA. RIF/RAF provided all the post production and Zachary Kerschberg of Windmills & Giants produced and directed. Tickets are still available.
Wrapping up the color correction phase of the independent feature How to Follow Strangers, a Chioke Nassor film.
Pedro J. Padilla made a presentation to high school seniors in the Saturday Program’s Portfolio Preparation Class about careers in filmmaking.
The Saturday Program provides free art & architecture classes to over 200 New York City Public High School students.
The Union Beach recovery piece, with cinematography and color correction by Pedro Padilla, produced by Good Engine Media for Chase Bank will be shown during the live broadcast of the 12-12-12 Benefit Concert to help those affected by Superstorm Sandy.
The concert will be broadcast internationally and accessible by 2 billion people worldwide.
Pedro was the cinematographer and colorist on a piece about the community of Union Beach, New Jersey for Chase Bank, produced by Good Engine Media. Union Beach was greatly affected by Superstorm Sandy.
The people of Union Beach still need volunteers to assist in the rebuilding effort. Many of the homes were completely destroyed and most suffered heavy flooding. Any volunteers or donations of building supplies and tools are welcome.
To volunteer, drop by Borough Hall between the hours of 9am and 7pm (curfew).
Union Beach Borough Hall
650 Poole Ave., Union Beach, NJ 07735
Starting in early December, RIF/RAF’s color correction studio will be up and running in the Film Center Building, NYC.
DaVinci Resolve, Flanders Scientific monitor, Tangent Element control panels–and a nice couch on which to sit. RIF/RAF and Otterson Creative Media have partnered up to provide an excellent finishing environment for your projects.