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Julie Landholt
Julie Landholt

Julie started her career in Los Angeles as a title artist for feature films and television before the digital revolution in filmmaking. Titles and opticals were created by using an optical printer. Title art was printed and animations were made in camera. It provided a great lesson in the fundamentals of how 35mm film was taken through the post production process.

In 2003 she transitioned into creating titles and opticals that were finished as a digital intermediate. As the digital intermediate process began to take over feature post production, Julie used her knowledge of both film post and the digital intermediate process shepherding projects to final deliverables as a DI Producer.

Julie started in the Projection Department at Universal Studios when features were still being heavily distributed on 35mm film although it was clear that digital distribution would become the industry standard. She was able to bring her perspective of bridging the divide between traditional filmmaking and digital filmmaking to the department’s transition into the digital age.

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03.27.20
A look back at this 2-story #hospital set that was built on our #stages a few years back for a medical drama.
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03.26.20
A sunny, rustic luncheon on European street on a warm day last November.
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03.25.20
Purple haze
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03.24.20
It is the 15th #anniversary of the debut of "The Office"! Can you believe it? NBCUniversal Archives & Collections has iconic #wardrobe pieces and #props in their inventory that we wanted to share to celebrate the milestone.
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03.23.20
NEW YORK STREET #location #newyork #city
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03.21.20
This past Sunday, March 15th marked the 105th #anniversary of Universal City's grand opening. We wanted to share a few photos and some history about the opening - a perfect post for #flashbackfriday
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03.19.20
Lovely, elegant living room vignette in the #property department. So is the dog real...that is the question?
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03.18.20
These #set walls were part of the Hairspray Live production. The art directors, set designers and set construction teams created a fun, colorful atmosphere that captured the musical perfectly!
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