Hollywood, CA (December 4, 2008)–Hollywood post facility SonicPool’s latest projects include a pair of documentary films, The Man Who Ran Around the World and Finding Aloha, and a short dramatic film, Purge.
For client Make Believe Media, Inc., SonicPool provided the mix for The Man Who Ran Around the World, a documentary film about a Swiss couple, Serge and Nicole Roetheli, who were determined to run more than 25,000 miles around the world, crossing six continents, in efforts that took more than five years of their lives. The Roethelis shot this documentary footage with their own home video camera. By running in conjunction with their partnerships with a number of international charities, the couple’s running routes included visits to various children’s hospitals and other charitable outposts located around the globe.
SonicPool also provided the mix for Finding Aloha, an exciting and high profile Surf Cinema documentary film, for client Outereef Productions. Finding Aloha, a 60-minute film, written and directed by Phil Waller, and produced by Outereef Productions, recently made its debut at the Hawaii International Film Festival and will also show soon at the Maui Film Festival.
Dave Irvin, producer/editor, said, “SonicPool’s experience in working with independent film projects was a real asset to our team. And they bent over backwards to get us our mix in time for our film’s premiere!”
Additionally, SonicPool delivered the mix and online color correction for Purge, a short dramatic film about sexual abuse by filmmaker Brad Kammlah. Said Kammlah, “Working with Sonic Pool was great! Their professionalism and knowledge really brought out the best in our project. The team at SonicPool is really professional, and they represent a very talented post house.”