provides quality feature film titles for both studio and indie films.
Whether your need is main titles, end titles, lower thirds, subtitles,
or an end crawl, TitleWright delivers very high quality film titles at
an affordable price. Our excellent quality comes from the fact that the
titles are created and composited by Steve
Wright, a senior feature film
visual effects compositor with over 20 years of production experience
plus a client list of over 20 feature film titling projects. The affordable
price is due to the fact that TitleWright is an efficient titling boutique
without a large corporate overhead and the savings are passed on to you.
Whether your project is 2k or 4k resolution and your film format is
super 35, anamorphic, or academy, TitleWright will prepare beautifully
composited titles over your color-timed 35mm film frames and deliver
them to your Digital Intermediate facility camera ready for filmout.
TitleWright offers two options for your title design. An economical
approach, where your editor creates a video version of the titles on
your Avid or Final Cut Pro non-linear editing system. This determines
the font, size, position and timing of the titles and has the advantage
of being seen and approved by all. Using this video as a guide, a perfectly
matching set of high resolution film titles are created. Alternately,
TitleWright can design the titles for your feature using powerful image
processing systems such as Shake and Motion to provide a wide range
of creative treatments and looks.
If you are new to movie titling you will appreciate our experienced
approach where we assist you with advice as to process, fonts, point
size, crawl speed, proofs, QuickTime movies, and the all-important
pan-and-scan version. Whether your film format is 1.85, 2.35 (2.40),
16mm, 3- or 4-perf 35mm, or even 5-perf 65mm, we provide title safe
camera guides to make sure your titles work for the all-important video
releases for both Standard Definition (4 x 3) and High Definition (16
x 9) video. We even have production experience with IMAX and stereoscopic