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Warner Bros. De Lane Lea has announced an expansion to its dailies facility. Following the launch of the digital on-set and on-location dailies division in 2019, there has been unprecedented demand for services, both in the UK and further afield.
The purpose-built facility is based on site at Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden and features a 48 seat 4K screening room and a 4K VFX review theatre with Baselight and Daylight grading and dailies software. The expansion brings an additional five dailies suites to the on-site offering, all with SDI dark fibre connectivity to Warner Bros. De Lane Lea’s post-production facility on Dean Street in Soho.
Director of Operations, Warner Bros. De Lane Lea Mike King says, “Our dailies services offer clients the highest level of security combined with exceptional service to deliver time and cost efficiencies to productions. It’s been a busy few years for our dailies division and we’ve enjoyed working on several fantastic productions in a short space of time.”
Asa Shoul, Colourist, Warner Bros. De Lane Lea, says “It’s brilliant to see the dailies department expanding. Dailies is an integral part of production and forms a crucial part of the creative process which enables us to capture and deliver images as they were intended to be seen by the Director and Cinematographer.”
Recent Warner Bros. De Lane Lea dailies credits include Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore (Warner Bros.), The Flash (Warner Bros.), Mission Impossible 7 (Paramount), The Great (Hulu) and Pennyworth (Warner Horizon).