Saturday, October 11, 2008

Cutting Edge: Razor Sharp and Never Dull ...

January 2008 - Evan Edelist Joins Cinevation

Evan Edelist to Join Cinevation as Business Developer
Drammen, Norway, January 30th, 2008:
Cinevation AS, manufacturer of cutting edge real time film recording and direct-to-print systems, announced today that Evan Edelist has been engaged by Cinevation to the position of Business Development Executive, North America. A 25 year veteran of the post industry, Edelist was General Manager, iO Film; Sr. VP Production, Technicolor Digital Intermediates; VP Post Production, New Line Cinema; VP, Worldwide Product Fulfillment at Sony Pictures Entertainment; and is an Executive Producer at his own Film Production Company, Silver Ash Entertainment.
Edelist has been instrumental in the development of new digital post production facilities and he has worked on such notable feature films as "Pleasantville", "Seven", "Panic Room", "'Seabiscuit", "Pirates of the Caribbean", "Crash", and many more.

“Evan is an excellent addition to our team and will fit right into Cinevation’s innovative culture,” said Rune Bjerkestrand, Director and Founder of Cinevation. “It’s a new era in film equipment technology and Cinevation’s line of products including the Cinevator Real Time Film Recorder/Printer enable the creative’s to work better while offering faster and less expensive means to achieve their goals".

Cinevation manufactures and sells user friendly products and solutions to enhance the quality of digital work processes and equipment in the post production of films. Edelist will be a conduit to bridge Cinevation's advanced Technology with the practicalities of production and post production. His extensive knowledge, experience and contacts are complimentary to Cinevation's North American Sales and Distribution efforts.

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Hey: Thanks for this project. It's an honor to work with you on our full length documentary movie. And, well, pretty fun too. For as cutting edge and credible as you are = You're very down-to-earth and cool too.

Looking forward to you touching-down in Pittsburgh amidst living in L.A. and travelling around the country and the world for official Hollywood business.

Best of the Roses, John


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