FROM BLACK & WHITE TO COLOR | Rotoscopy and Film Colorization Showreel

Hi everyone! I would like to show you my Rotoscopy and Film Colorization showreel using After Effects, Davinci Resolve and Premiere Pro. For this video I have selected scenes from some of the best black and white movies in Hollywood…

FROM BLACK & WHITE TO COLOR | Rotoscopy and Film Colorization Showreel

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Hi everyone! I would like to show you my Rotoscopy and Film Colorization showreel using After Effects, Davinci Resolve and Premiere Pro. For this video I have selected scenes from some of the best black and white movies in Hollywood history. You have the list of all the movies below this post!

Obviously, I do not own the rights of any of these films. The rights belong to the creators and producers who made them possible. My only contribution has been the colorization of these scenes.

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FILMS USED IN THIS VIDEO

– “Racing Bull” (1980)
Directed by Martin Scorsese
Direction of Photography by Michael Chapman
Produced by United Artists

– “Paths of Glory” (1957)
Directed by Stanley Kubrick
Direction of Photography by Georg Krause
Produced by MGM/Bryna Productions

– “Psycho” (1960)
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Direction of Photography by John L. Russell
Produced by Paramount Pictures

– “The Night of the Hunter” (1955)
Directed by Charles Laughton
Direction of Photography by Stanley Cortez
Produced by United Artists

– “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?” (1962)
Directed by Robert Aldrich
Direction of Photography by Ernest Haller
Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures

– “The Man in the White Suit” (1951)
Directed by Alexander MacKendrick
Direction of Photography by Douglas Slocombe
Produced by Ealing Studios

– “Dracula” (1931)
Directed by Tod Browning
Direction of Photography by Karl Freund
Produced by Universal Pictures

– “Frankenstein” (1931)
Directed by James Whale
Direction of Photography by Arthur Edeson
Produced by Universal Pictures

– “The Wolf Man” (1941)
Directed by George Waggner
Direction of Photography by Joseph A. Valentine
Produced by Universal Pictures

– “The Bride of Frankenstein” (1935)
Directed by James Whale
Direction of Photography by John D. Mescall
Produced by Universal Pictures

– “The Mummy” (1932)
Directed by Karl Freund
Direction of Photography by Charles Stumar
Produced by Universal Pictures

– “The Invisible Man” (1933)
Directed by James Whale
Direction of Photography by Arthur Edeson
Produced by Universal Pictures

– “The Phantom of the Opera” (1925)
Directed by Rupert Julian
Direction of Photography by Charles Van Enger, Virgil Miller and Milton Bridenbecker
Produced by Universal Pictures

– “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” (1962)
Directed by John Ford
Direction of Photography by William H. Clothier
Produced by Paramount Pictures

– “How Green Was My Valley” (1941)
Directed by John Ford
Direction of Photography by Arthur Miller
Produced by 20th Century Fox

– “The Third Man” (1949)
Directed by Carol Reed
Direction of Photography by Robert Krasker
Produced by London Films

– “A Streetcar named Desire” (1951)
Directed by Elia Kazan
Direction of Photography by Harry Stradling Sr.
Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures

– “Arsenic and Old Lace” (1944)
Directed by Frank Capra
Direction of Photography by Sol Polito
Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures

– “Sunset Boulevard” (1950)
Directed by Billy Wilder
Direction of Photography by John F. Seitz
Produced by Paramount Pictures

– “Modern Times” (1936)
Directed by Charles Chaplin
Direction of Photography by Rollie Totheroh & Ira Morgan
Produced by United Artists

MUSIC IN THIS VIDEO:

Artist: Wes Hutchinson
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpQ0Tjpj-yY

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