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Mastermind: To Think Like a Killer Premieres at Tribeca

From Dakota and Elle Fanning and director Abby Fuller comes unprecedented access to the mastermind behind the development of modern serial-killer profiling. The series tells Dr. Ann Burgess’ story which puts her at the center of solving America’s most infamous true-crime cases. From the widely known Ed Kemper and Ted Bundy to lesser-known cases like the Ski Mask Rapist, Burgess investigates and studies the victims and damaged psyches of their attackers.

Things Will Be Different Premieres at SXSW

When estranged siblings, Joseph and Sidney, rendezvous at a local diner after a close-call robbery, they hightail it to an abandoned farmhouse that transports them to a different time in order to escape the local cops.

Graded by Taylor Black, the film makes its World Premiere at SXSW.

Billy Preston: That's the Way God Planned It, Premieres at SXSW

With his signature gospel sound on the Hammond B3, Billy Preston doublehandedly elevated the greatest artists of his time – from the Beatles to the Rolling Stones, from Aretha Franklin to Eric Clapton, from Ray Charles to Barbra Streisand to Sly and the Family Stone.

Super Bowl LVII
Steve Rodriguez Colorist MVP

Making his triumphant return to the Super Bowl Commercial scene is our very own MVP, Steve Rodriguez, who brought both Microsoft: Copilot and T-Mobile: Magenta Status across the finish line.

Taylor Black Brings Home 2 HPA Awards Nominations

Colorist Taylor Black leads the way in the Outstanding Color Grading: Documentary category.

Apache at Cannes

Managing Partner LaRue Anderson & Head of Production Stefanie Schaldenbrand enjoyed spending time in Southern France while attending Cannes Lions.

Managing Partner LaRue Anderson in Shoot Magazine

As part of their mid-year survey, Shoot Magazine asked leaders in the production and post production communities about Diversity and Inclusion, Technology, and how the industry is changing.

Apache at Tribeca

Colorist Quinn Alvarez had the privilege to attend the world premiere of The Space Race, a film he colored for National Geographic.

Steven Rodriguez: AICP Post Awards Judge

Colorist/Partner Steven Rodriguez showed the same level of dedication judging "Color Grading over :90" that he shows when baking (or coloring your latest projects).

Art For Everybody Premiered at SXSW

Colorist Taylor Black worked on the documentary film from Editor-turned-Director Miranda Yousef which explores the secret work of artist Thomas Kinkaide. Called the “Painter of Light,” his work was bright, colorful and well marketed to American Evangelicals in the 1990s. After his death, his daughters uncovered a treasure trove of previously unseen, ‘dark’ paintings influenced by the battles with his personal demons that ultimately led to his death in 2012.

Now Streaming: Bono & The Edge: A Sort of Homecoming with Dave Letterman

Travel to Dublin with David Letterman as U2's Bono and The Edge perform their greatest hits reimagined in their hometown in this documentary from Disney+, with color by Colorist Taylor Black.

Apache celebrates Women's History Month

From Producers to Colorists to Assistants, we couldn’t do our work without the women of Apache who keep things moving forward.

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