April 30, 2020 Podcast

Ep.1 – Gemini Man with Ben Gervais

Technical Supervisor Ben Gervais breaks down the groundbreaking workflow used to deliver the Will Smith feature Gemini Man at 120 frames per second, Native3D, HDR, and ATMOS. From a workflow perspective, this might just be the most challenging film ever delivered and Ben was key in making this happen.

Photo by: Mary Cybulski

Ben Gervais is a freelance technical supervisor, specializing in bringing new technologies to current motion picture processes.  His most recent projects involve developing 120 fps production technology and post workflows for Ang Lee’s “Gemini Man” and “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk”. He was the first to use the Arri Alexa in 3D (on Hugo for Martin Scorsese), as well as the first to use the Alexa M in 3D (on The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet for Jean-Pierre Jeunet). Some of his other credits include X-Men: Days of Future Past, Crimson Peak, and Pacific Rim. Ben is a member of SMPTE, as well as an associate member of the ASC.

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