Soren Kloch will be visiting South-Africa next week. He is generally acknowledged as a digital format to film transfer expert and will present numerous samples of different blow-up methodologies and do a short presentation on the subject matter on Monday morning 28 August at Ster-Kinekor Sandton.

We regret that his availability was only confirmed at short notice. A limited number of people will be able to attend this presentation and RSVP’s to the event will be dealt with on a first come first serve basis. There is no charge for this event, entrance is free.

See Soren’s Kloch a€˜s CV below.

To attend the event please RSVP to



Ster-Kinekor Sandton 5

8h30 – 9am

Arrival and register

9am – 10h15

1st Session – Any format Digital to 35mm Transfer

10h15 – 10h30


10h30 – 11h30

2nd Session – Directing, Shooting and editing for digital to 35mm


Soren Kloch grew up in Copenhagen. After a number of different jobs, he stumbled into filmmaking.

He has since worked as a DoP, director, producer and digital effects developer. The last 14 years he has been mainly involved in the digital effects and DI realm.

In the early 1970s, he lived in Tanzania, East Africa, where he was employed by the Tanzanian government to start the film production and training facility Tanzania Film Company (TFC).

Upon returning to Europe, he worked as a freelance filmmaker, mainly making documentaries and shorts. He established the production company Herremagasinet Film & TV (Imdb) in the ’80s and stumbled unintentionally into the embryonic world of digital filmmaking.

He became involved in creating the digital chapter sequences for Lars von Trier’s a€˜Breaking the Waves’. He says he was “reckless enough to start a digital imaging company, Hokus Bogus in the early ’90s”.

Hokus Bogus did the digital-to-film on the early Dogme films such as a€˜The Idiots’, a€˜The King is Alive’, a€˜Italian for beginners’, a€˜Jalla Jalla’, a€˜Dancer in the Dark’ and on numerous European and US independent films.

Hokus Bogus was eventually sold to the Danish production company Zentropa.

Since 2004 he has been involved in setting up the digital-to-film and DI facility within Molinare, one of the major post houses in London.


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