The World According to Jeff Goldblum

National Geographic for Disney+

The World According to Jeff Goldblum

Through the prism of Jeff Goldblum’s highly inquisitive and entertaining mind, this 12 part series explores pretty much whatever interests Jeff in that moment. From trainers and korean BBQ, to tattoos and synchronized swimming nothing is quite as it seems as JG pulls the thread on these deceptively familiar objects and unravels a wonderful world of astonishing connections, fascinating science and history, amazing people, and a whole bunch of surprising big ideas and insights.

Halo provided full Picture and Sound Post Production.

Grade, Online, Sound Design and Mix.

“The World According to Jeff Goldblum gives us a glimpse into small sub cultures of everyday people. There is nothing more captivating than seeing people passionate about something and enthusing over it, but add Jeff Goldblum into the mix and its truly magical. His magnetic charm shines through the series and it was an absolute joy to work on. Each episode has its own feel and look that suits the particular subject that Jeff is investigating, but across the board the films are bright, positive and playful and I always leave the grade with a big smile on my face.” Senior Colourist, Katherine Jamieson

“The audio in TWATJG reflects Jeffs’s intrigue and quirky persona. It’s a playful cacophony of slick music, fun effects and ‘off-the wall’ sound design courtesy of Dario Swade (Sound Editor). Each episode explores a different subject so we are very bespoke in terms of our palette of sound, but the approach is always the same. Arif and the team have encouraged us to push boundaries and the results are there for everyone to hear.” Dubbing Mixer, Sam Castleton

Production Company: Nutopia
Executive Producer: Arif Nurmohamed
Series Producer: John Hodgson
Sales Contact/Head of Business: Matt Locke
Colourist: Ross Baker & Katherine Jamieson
Online Editor: Scott Hinchcliffe
Dubbing Mixer: Rich Addis & Sam Castleton
Halo Post Producer: Emily Nye


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