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From: Mario Hendrix
Subject: [Gwm-general] [fwd] Financial Market Trader watch special pr news release
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2006 01:42:38 -0480

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Holly wood Intermediate Announces Completion of Work on Several Digital 
Intermediates by Senior Colorist Julius Friede
Wednesday June 21, 2:52 pm ET 

GLENDALE, CA--(MARKET WIRE)--Jun 21, 2006 -- Hollywood Intermediate, Inc. 
(Other OTC:HYWI.PK - News) a provider of digital intermediate film mastering 
services announced today that Julius Friede, senior colorist at its Matchframe 
Digital Intermediate division, has completed work on several digital 
intermediates in the last three months, including "Journey to the End of the 
Night," directed by Eric Eason, "The Sensation of Sight," directed by Aaron 
Wiederspahn and shot by Christophe Lanzenberg, and "Beautiful Ohio," directed 
by Chad Lowe, and shot by Steve Kazmierski.
 While working as Senior Colorist at Cinesite LA, Julius Friede was one of the 
first colorists to work on digital intermediates, collaborating with Roger 
Deakins and the Coen Brothers on the pioneering movie, "O Brother, Where Art 
Thou?" starring George Clooney in 2000. After the movie was completed, Joel 
Coen while being interviewed by stated, "Julius was really 
instrumental in the whole thing. He was the color timer, the tech engineer who 
Roger Deakins worked with and he was great." After completing work for Cinesite 
LA, Friede then moved to Paris where he established digital intermediate 
capability at clair Lab, working on such films as "The Transporter" and "Kiss 
of the Dragon," both produced by renowned French filmmaker Luc Besson.

Aaron Wiederspahn and Chad Lowe were both first time directors and were excited 
to work with an experienced colorist who was able to guide them through the 
process and show them how a digital intermediate could be used to enhance the 
look of their film. "I enjoy working with young cinematographers and directors 
because they are so excited by the capabilities of the digital intermediate 
process," says Friede, adding, "after having worked on almost thirty digital 
intermediates over the last six years, I am able to help them achieve the look 
they want in the most efficient manner."

Other recent notable projects completed by Friede for Hollywood Intermediate 
include "Edison," starring Kevin Spacey, Morgan Freeman and Justin Timberlake, 
and "Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dancing and Charm School," which featured an 
all-star cast including Robert Carlyle, Marisa Tomei, Mary Steenbergen, Sean 
Astin, Donnie Wahlberg, with Danny DiVito and John Goodman

About Hollywood Intermediate

Hollywood Intermediate, affords Motion Pictures the ability to scan their 
selected original camera negative at 2k or 4k film resolution, conforming a 
high resolution digital master for theatrical and broadcast release including 
dirt removal, opticals and visual effects, and includes the output of a High 
Definition preview master (to be used for preview screenings and focus groups 
and can be deployed in any worldwide theater location) as well as final film, 
broadcast and DVD distribution. The Digital Intermediate process eliminates 
current post-production redundancies by creating a single high-resolution 
master file from which all versions can be made including all theatrical and 
High Definition formats. By creating a single master file with resolution 
higher than the current High Definition broadcast standards, the DI master file 
enables cinema and television distributors to extract and archive all current 
and future cinema and television formats including Digital Cinema, Television 
and High Definition.

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