Pioneer of Film Colorization Reflects on His Career
Monday, August 27, 2007
Originally aired August 27, 2007.
Tom Fudge: Colorization of old black-and-white movies is controversial for today's film makers. But Barry Sandrew only worries about doing it well. He colorized movies for Ted Turner as the head of a company called American Film Technologies. Today, he's still in the business with Legend Films, based in San Diego. He got involved in the business as a neurologist at Harvard, working on colorizing CAT scans.
- Barry Sandrew, co-founder of the San Diego company Legend Films .
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