At 82 years old, Alabama artist Thornton Dial still has something to say. CNN covers his most recent
exhibit in Atlanta, GA., and their story reflects ours. Visit APT to purchase a copy of the documentary,
Mr. Dial Has Something to Say.
Recently the Los Angeles Movie Awards dubbed Man In The Glass: The Dale Brown Story
as a winner of two awards in the Documentary Feature category: the “Award of Excellence”
and “Best Director” (Patrick Sheehan, Eyeline Films).
Outpost edits and color grades Mannington’s “Lets Make Some Noise” video representing American jobs
and workers. We are proud to have played a role on this project.
AAF Birmingham awards Outpost Pictures with four ADDY’s at the 2010 awards gala. Outpost provided
tracking and color grading for two spots promoting the Jimmie Hale Mission – both :30 spots won Gold.
Silver ADDY’s received include JB Swift’s “1855″ corporate sales video and a :30 spot for Maryland
Jockey Club’s Preakness Stakes. Outpost was commissioned to edit, composite, color grade and create
graphics and design for both silver winners.
Outpost work featured in articles about LookUp 316, the rejected Super Bowl ad. The spot aired on
local stations, made national and international headlines, and has over 400,000 combined hits on YouTube.
Fixed Point Foundation and Outpost Pictures create a commercial titled LookUp316, “A message of hope.”
The controversial spot ran in many news outlets including The New York Times and The Daily Mail,
UK’s largest newspaper.
Outpost Pictures hams it up while editing, coloring, and finishing two Smithfield commercials featuring
the Summer Spiral Ham and starring Southern cook and restaurateur, Paula Deen. Now that’s a picnic!
View “One Big Holiday” and “The Gang’s All Here”.
Outpost picks up two 2010 District 7 Addy Awards! One Silver for Sound Design and one Gold for
Post-Production. Make way for the hardware!