The recent HBO documentary “Sinatra, All or Nothing at All” is an up-close and personal examination of the life, music, and career of the legendary performer. The story is told with interviews, archival footage, and a treasure trove of vintage B&W still images – all scanned with DigitalFusion’s state of the art process. Each frame was carefully digitized, and prepared for screen – along with newly discovered still photographic prints that required specialized digitization by the DigitalFusion team for their fragile state. “This process has allowed us to unearth and preserve extremely rare artifacts from the Sinatra family that are a part of our collective heritage.” Says Hugh Milstein of DigitalFusion. We were able to work very closely with the Sinatra Family, and the producers to bring out the very best in each of the images in the documentary, and it really shows on the screen.”

SINATRA: ALL OR NOTHING AT ALL is an HBO Documentary Films presentation of a Jigsaw Production in association with Alcon Television Group and The Kennedy-Marshall Company; executive producers, Charles Pignone, Frank Marshall, Alex Gibney and Blair Foster; executive producers for Alcon Television, Andrew Kosove, Broderick Johnson and Sharon Hall; producers, Jeff Pollack, Erin Edeiken and Sam Pollard