The gift shop audiovisual franco are mostly black and white. Photographs and footage of the No-Do, the news of the regime, which, with the passage of time has been losing quality. The string is DMAX, as it did with a documentary series of the Civil War, prepares for Spain after the war: the franco regime in color, on returning to retrieve old images to restore them and colouring them to show the viewers the post-war years and the franco dictatorship from the new perspective offered by the images scanned and colored. THE COUNTRY published on Tuesday in the first video feed that depicts the construction of the Valley of the Fallen.
"This ambitious documentary project, which will reach DMAX in 2019, it will combine the strictest historical rigour with the pulse and rhythm needed to create a story true and vibrant, almost four decades of history, all from Ultrabet the closeness and the new look that bring the images to color," says a statement released by the chain.
"through the use of the latest techniques of digital processing, the most interesting images of this period (some of them previously unpublished) have been coloured thoroughly, a task that is almost a work of craftsmanship, as it requires up to a week of work to colorize a single plane in 2 seconds. It is for this reason that Spain after the war: the franco regime in color is the result of two years of intense production work by a team of 25 people, in total, has been revised and restored more than 500 titles of the No-Do", reads the text.
For this series, it has been necessary coloring to 200,000 frames, and 3,500 drawings. In addition, as in Spain divided: the Civil War in color, they have used photographs, press clippings and documents that have been treated with modern resources to narrate those episodes essential that there are no films. The sound is also charged role in the series through a band of sound effects that reconstruct faithfully the sounds of that time, and an original soundtrack full of daring that combines the musical memory of those times with the atmospheres sound of this.