Pink Floyd’s Delicate Sound of Thunder restored, re-edited and remixed

07th July, 2021

Delicate Sound of Thunder can be pre-ordered here.

Pink Floyd‘s Delicate Sound of Thunder live album and concert film were restored, remixed and re-edited for last year’s Later Years box set, but this November will be made available separately, across all major physical formats.

Filmed at Long Island’s Nassau Coliseum in August 1988 and directed by Wayne Isham, the Grammy Award nominated Delicate Sound Of Thunder comes to cinemas for the first time in this global event release. This 2020 version is sourced directly from over 100 cans of original 35mm negatives, painstakingly restored and transferred to 4K, and completely re-edited by Benny Trickett from the restored and upgraded footage, under the creative direction of Aubrey Powell/Hipgnosis. 

The sound on this 1988 release has been completely remixed from the original multi-track tapes by longtime Pink Floyd engineer Andy Jackson with Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour, assisted by Damon Iddins. 

The concert film was restored and re-edited from the original 35mm film and enhanced with 5.1 surround sound and this is available as standalone Blu-ray and DVD packages. Full track listings and technical specs are below.

Pink Floyd’s supporting musicians for this tour were as follows: Jon Carin (Keyboards, Vocals), Tim Renwick (Guitars, Vocals), Guy Pratt (Bass, Vocals), Gary Wallis (Percussion), Scott Page (Saxophones, Guitar), Margret Taylor (Backing Vocals), Rachel Fury (Backing Vocals) and Durga McBroom (Backing Vocals).


29th June, 2021

After a turbulent year for all students, these RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts) final year alumni have successfully created films in what the industry itself has found, its most challenging year yet for continuing safe production. 

RADA presents five specially commissioned short films, featuring the work of 2020 BA (Hons) Acting graduates and Theatre Production and Costume students working alongside industry professionals. (Introduced by Sir Kenneth Branagh when screened.)

Head of Film, TV & Radio at RADA Pamela Jikiemi, knows the importance for these students to experience a professional post production facility and process despite the pandemic. Like industry professionals these students have worked through the alternative remote processes for remote grade and feedback workflows.  

We welcome RADA student films to OnSight’s post facility. With 5 films created and performed by the RADA alumni in their final year. With the films having the support of Warner Bros Entertainment.


25th June, 2021

'I wanted to personally thank you for all your support and your incredible team who worked with me on Marietta. It means a lot to be supported as a filmmaker as it is a hard game to be in, so I am deeply grateful for this opportunity. It has taken my film to the next level and for that I am truly grateful.' - Olivia Emes, Director.

A Cuban pianist and composer living in Brighton completes her magnum opus twenty years in the making, and returns home to perform her album for the first time.

Olivia Emes’ debut feature documentary chronicles one musician’s lifelong quest to reconcile her own unique voice with the patriarchy and nationalism of her native Cuba.

With Olivia Emes as Director, Paul Sng Producing Marietta introduces the circle of women, healers, and goddesses who nourished her along a journey crossing physical, temporal, and musical borders in the creation of her pièce de résistance, Pasiones y Rituales. 

Reinventing classical rhythms and musical form, Marietta rewrites Cuban tradition combining classical and popular Cuban music with Afro-Cuban, contemporary, and jazz. 

Marietta Veulens was born in 1959 in Matanzas, Cuba, a city known for its rich musical heritage and pioneering folkloric artists. Her family of respected musicians and teachers exposed Marietta to piano at a young age, as well as a regime of strict practice and public performance. Her mother, a gifted pianist, owned a music academy up until the Cuban Revolution and gave Marietta classical training. Her father, who favoured Rumba rhythms and dancing, endowed Marietta with a rebellious and youthful spirit.

Executive Producers include Marietta Veulens, Anita Wicks and Matthew Silverman.

Marietta has a heartwarming story with an immense colour palette with Isabelle Payne as colourist and Joana Coelho as post producer. 

Signora Volpe

25th May, 2021

Created and written by Rachel Cuperman and Sally Griffiths (Midsomer Murders) who are also EPs, the three feature-length contemporary and surprising mysteries, Signora Volpe, will star Emilia Fox (Silent Witness, Delicious, The Pianist) as a disillusioned British spy turned detective in the beautiful heart of Italy. Tara Fitzgerald (Belgravia, Game of Thrones) will play Sylvia’s sister, Isabel. 

AMC Networks’ Acorn TV commissioned this new detective drama with Acorn Media Enterprises from ITV Studios-backed production company Route 24. Production on the intriguing and appealing drama began in Italy in the beautiful Lazio and Umbria regions in May 2021.

Executive Producers are Marc Samuelson and Josie Law for Route 24, Catherine Mackin for Acorn Media Enterprises, Emilia Fox and Dudi Appleton (Silent Witness, Thorne), who will also direct the first 90 minute episode. Mark Brozel (Humans, ShakespeaRe-Told) will direct the second and third 90 minute stories. Patricia Rybarczyk (The Last Bus) is producing. Cristina Giubbetti (Domina) is Executive Producer for Cattleya, who are providing Italian Production Services.

OnSight will be providing full post production for Signora Volpe, including hosting dailies on Aspera and Avid shared network offline provision, both in-house and with remote access. OnSight is also providing picture and sound finishing services as well as QC and final deliverables for Acorn and international delivery. 

Catherine Mackin, Managing Director, Acorn Media Enterprises, said: “Acorn Media Enterprises is thrilled to commission Signora Volpe and work with Route 24. Featuring an incredible cast led by Emilia Fox, a picturesque Italian setting, and surprising mysteries, Signora Volpe will be a highly entertaining, escapist treat for Acorn TV subscribers around the world.”

Josie Law, Route 24, said “This is a show very close to our hearts and we’re delighted to be working with a very talented, wonderful team of people in bringing it to life. Acorn is a hugely supportive, creative company to partner with and we can’t wait for them to share the show with their audiences around the world. Sylvia offers an original, appealing viewpoint from which to navigate the wonders and mysteries of Italy and we’re certain that the brilliant Emilia Fox will make her an iconic and much-loved character.”

PINK - All I Know So Far

15th May, 2021

Onsight were an invaluable partner for me during the offline and post stages of Pink "all I know so far". From the moment we arrived we felt like we were in great hands. We threw a number of challenges at the team along the way and each time we were met with calm understanding and solutions. I can’t wait to come back with my next project. - Isabella Parish, Luminaries productions.

Pink: All I Know So Far, a new Amazon concert documentary on the singer, confirms what fans might already know about the pop star’s new life, one in which she balances her commitment to her children with the demands of her prolific career.

The film, directed by Michael Gracey (The Greatest Showman) and produced by Isabella Parish is endearing — a love letter to the fans who’ve watched the musician grow up, and to her children, who might not remember all the details about their badass mother.

OnSight provided post production services for the documentary and have grown a great relationship with Luminaries productions. 

The doc follows Pink during the summer of 2019 as she jets through Europe on her “Beautiful Trauma” world tour with her kids and husband, Carey Hart, a former professional motocross competitor. Its opening moments successfully juxtapose two sides of the musician: the fearless performer swinging on a chandelier-like structure above a crowded stadium in a black glitter leotard, and the busy mother ushering her family from one city to the next.

Beginning in Amsterdam, Pink, via voiceover, discusses the challenges of life on the road and the new anxieties brought on by motherhood. She doesn’t just want her tour to be perfect for fans; she also wants it to be worthwhile for her kids. “The only way I can justify dragging my family all over the world is that we are making memories together,” she says. That’s a lot of pressure, and although the labor of both performances — as musician and mother — bubbles under the surface of the film, it never fully erupts.