At Mytherapy, we approach the D-Cinema mastering process with precision and foresight. We have been with the digital movement way back since 2005 and have since dealt with hundreds of projects both in the UK and Internationally. Every job is set individually depending of image characteristics so as to define the exact coding settings which they correspond to.
Colour Science is our speciality, something we have spent over 4 years developing. Our technique is one of a kind, and allows us to transfer source images into digital cinema, making optimal use of the projectors light source.
We’ve also applied for the patent for our 3D Image Mastering technology. This process tackles one of the biggest challenges that 3D cinema mastering faces today – low brightness. Our speciality is 3D subtitling where we are able to offer by far superior results to any of our competitors. Hence your film will be just as vivid as you intended.
We have dealt with clients worldwide, building a solid reputation for delivering DCP’s which are indestructible by air fright and compatible globally.
The East End Film Festival not only showcases some of the very best UK talent, but also the work of International filmmakers. Among them this year were 3 masterworks by controversial Japanese Auteur Shinya Tsukamoto, a director who has become famous for his nightmarish masterpieces. His most famous works are Tetsuo I: The Iron Man and Tetsuo II: Body Hammer both of which were screened this week in brand new digital restorations which have just been supervised by the director himself and mastered by Mytherapy.
Also showing is his latest work and Venice Festival award winner, KOTOKO, the story of a single mother struggling to hold onto her daughter. Examining familiar images of violence and war, Tsukamoto ventures into new territory as far as subject. The Digital Cinema Package for KOTOKO was mastered by Mytherapy and will be showing on the 5th of July at Rich Mix in Bethnal Green.
Testsuo I: The Iron Man Trailer
Tetsuo II: Body Hammer Trailer
The exciting new film from visionary director Sion Sono comes to cinemas soon with a bang. Himizu tells the shocking story of two teenager’s struggle to survive in a Japan ravaged by natural disaster. When the strong willed Yuichi is pushed over the edge it is up to his schoolmate Keiko to stop him before his campaign against evil wrong doers goes too far. A tender love story and a powerful drama, Himizu’s two young leads became the very first Japanese actors to win the much coveted Marcello Matroianni Award at the 68th Venice Film Festival. MyTherapy worked on the Digital Cinema Package, ensuring it was of the highest quality, indestructible from air fright and compatible worldwide. Himizu will be released on DVD and Blu-Ray on August the 6th.