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Jim Wicks is a premiere colorist based in South Florida. Jim has significant experience color restoring 100s of 35mm classic motion pictures from the Golden Era of Mexican Cinema (1930-1969) for OTT distribution to Hispanic audiences in the U.S. Jim has color graded numerous Latin American features, episodic television, and TV commercials. Jim is a... See full bio »

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Monserrate, ¿cómo el cerro? Editorial Department
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 2015/VI Remember (Short) (digital colorist) (completed)
 2019/I Rose (Short) (colorist)
 2018 Azucar Y Sal (TV Movie) (digital intermediate supervising colorist)
 2017 The Carnival Kid (Short) (digital colorist)
 2017 Turbulent (digital intermediate supervising colorist)
 2017 Monserrate, ¿cómo el cerro? (Digital Intermediate Supervising Colorist) / (senior colorist)
 2015 The Two Dollar Bill Documentary (Documentary) (digital intermediate colorist)
 2015 Mr. Madison (Short) (digital intermediate colorist)
 2012 The Canvas (Short) (digital colorist - as James Wicks)
 2012 Creepy Crawly (Short) (colorist - as James Wicks)
 1952 Tres hombres en mi vida (Senior Colorist)
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 2020 Night of the Shooter (Short) (color supervisor)

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James Wicks


Marie S. Wicks  (2 children)

Did You Know?


Jim's father, Walter Wicks, taught film to a young NYU film student, Martin Scorsese. Walter was personally hired by NYU Film School founder Haig Manoogian, and was the film school's first adjunct film professor. Walter was also an award-winning DP, and a distinguished member of the Canadian Society of Cinematographer.



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