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November 16th, 2016   |  
Posted in: Visual Effects

Galactic War RoomWe created the Visual Effects for the new comedy series from Cracked! Because it’s a parody of Star Wars, we got to make space ships, holograms, blasters, light sabers, a decapitation, and Force-inspired “Space Magic.” We also provided on-set supervision, animated robot eyes, screen replacements, green screen, smoke, sparks, speed changes, wire removals, re-frames, and stabilizations.

Watch Galactic War Room! See more of our work with Cracked! More Star Wars stuff!

October 6th, 2015   |  
Posted in: Cinematography, News

Red WeaponCinema quality. Reliable expertise. Unbeatable value.

Rent Ghostlight’s forged carbon fiber Red Weapon with brand-new Helium 8K censor at 1/4 the rate of camera rental houses! It’s the sequel to the camera used on Guardians of the Galaxy 2, Avatar 2, Transformers – The Last Knight, The Martian, and more!

Stunning 8K resolution. Amazing low-light. Lighter weight. Instant edit-ready ProRes & Avid files. Highest data rates. Eliminated fan noise. Cable-free 7″ 1080 touchscreen. Over 200fps slow-motion. Unmatched 16+ stops of dynamic range. It’s Red’s best camera yet!

Perfect for all productions big and small, including independent films and handheld docs, like our behind-the-scenes footage for Star Trek Into Darkness and Star Wars VII – The Force Awakens.

Contact Us to get started! Watch James’ Cinematography Reel! Watch our REDventures!

 

May 4th, 2015   |  
Posted in: News

Star Wars The Force Awakens Teaser 2We got to work on STAR WARS, our all-time favorite movie series! Having previously shot all the behind-the-scenes for J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness, we were invited to a galaxy far far away for Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens.

Highlights include: boarding the Millennium Falcon (and crying), filming Han’s famous “Chewy, we’re home” line (and crying), reuniting with Trek and Bad Robot buddies, meeting new talented folks, and witnessing cinema history. It was truly the most amazing experience of our lives, so we did our best to capture it for our fellow fans. Thank you to everyone involved!

Videos: In-Home TeaserThe Score, “Legacy”, Comic-Con, Falcon “Hunka Junk” Teaser. See stills from our footage!

Watch the Trailer! Photos & video on Vanity Fair! More of our Star Wars stuff!

April 20th, 2015   |  
Posted in: News

Star Wars Celebration 2015 HighlightsAfter we returned from London filming behind-the-scenes on Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens, LucasFilm invited us to shoot Star Wars Celebration 2015 in Anaheim, CA. It was a thrill to reunite with cast and crew, capture all the surprises, and to be surrounded by our fellow friendly, funny, and passionate superfans. This will be a day long remembered.

Watch highlights! See our Celebration Photos! See more of our Star Wars stuff!

October 31st, 2012   |  
Posted in: News

Darth Vader in DisneylandRemember this video we worked on? Well, it’s been re-purposed to celebrate Disney’s purchase of the Star Wars franchise, and it already has over 3 million views on YouTube! Enjoy!

See the Original! In-park photos!

June 3rd, 2011   |  

Darth Vader Goes To DisneylandThis is our favorite video that we’ve done with Disney! James was the Director of Photography and Editor. Dave was the VFX Supervisor. Directed by Matt Wyatt. Brad Conlin was the AC. Music by Alfred Montejano. Thanks to the entire Disneyland crew, Lucasfilm, and our DigiSynd coworkers. You’re the best!

In-park photos! Darth Vader’s Tweet. Examiner. The Daily What. Mashable. The new version! Video of us working!

January 31st, 2009   |  
Posted in: News

Ghostlight IntroGhostlight offers the creative services of twin filmmakers David Codeglia (Director), and James Codeglia (Dir. of Photography), as well as Editing and Visual Effects. We’ve made stuff for majors studios like Disney, Bad Robot, LucasFilm, and most recently shot behind-the-scenes on Star Wars Episode 7.

 

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January 1st, 2000   |  
Posted in: About

Dave and JamesHello! We like to make movies.

Ghostlight produces original films and offers creative filmmaking services like Directing, Cinematography, Editing, and Visual Effects. Click the categories above to see samples of our work.

Created in 2003 by identical twin filmmakers David and James Codeglia, Ghostlight has worked with Warner Brothers, Paramount, Disney & Pixar, LucasFilm, and Bad Robot. We’ve collaborated on hundreds of projects of every type and budget, from independent productions to major studio projects like Star Trek Into Darkness and Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

David Codeglia is an award-winning Director of films like “Key Change” (Best Comedy at ITSA), “Is It Your Refrigerator?“, and Our RoboCop Remake – Scene 9, popular for is giant robot and puppet violence. He’s also directed web series like “Hill Yes“, music videos like “Awkward” (Best Music Video at IndieFest), and secret projects for Disney & Bad Robot. He is currently developing several feature films.

James Codeglia is a Director of Photography who has shot hundreds of projects for the web, television, and the silver screen. His credits include “Krantz” by Christopher Cantwell (Halt and Catch Fire), the award-winning film “Thumb”, Star Trek: Secrets of the Universe for The History Channel, music videos like Dump Drumpf, and “Alive” by Empire of the Sun which has over 45 million views on YouTube. A particular favorite was when he filmed Darth Vader in Disneyland! James is currently shooting a feature on 35mm film.

Ghostlight is also known for its Visual Effects, offering everything from simple fixes to complex 3D animation and compositing. Dave has created effects for films like Boogeyman 2 and Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol. Post production services also include editing, color correction, and 4K delivery.

 

Ghostlight is currently in full swing producing its own films and offering creative services to people like you. To get us started on your project, Contact Us.

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