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Technicolor forges partnership for ‘The Deep’

Technicolor forges partnership for ‘The Deep’

Animation, Licensing
Education and entertainment are at the core of an innovative new partnership between Technicolor and Nekton Oxford Deep Ocean Exploration Institute for the animated underwater adventure series, The Deep, based on Tom Taylor’s graphic novel series of the same name. The announcement was made by Pam Kunick-Cohen, Head of Brand Management, Licensing and Merchandising, Technicolor, and Oliver Steeds, CEO, Nekton. Focusing on the myriad benefits of ocean exploration and discovery, Nekton, pioneers in deep ocean exploration, becomes an official educational partner and consultant for The Deep, which coincidentally features the Nekton Family – a brilliant team of underwater explorers. Through the strategic partnership, Technicolor and Nekton will produce co-branded STEM materials and videos fe
Technicolor Postworks Prepares for 10 films for Sundance

Technicolor Postworks Prepares for 10 films for Sundance

Softwares, Studio
Continuing its long-standing support for independent film, Technicolor PostWorks New York helped to prepare a combined 10 features and documentaries for screening at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. The facility provided services including editorial conforming, color grading, deliverables and sound mixing for films premiering in the U.S. Narrative and Documentary competitions and other programs. Sundance films serviced by Technicolor PostWorks include: Band Aid, U.S. Narrative Competition, Director and Screenwriter Zoe Lister-Jones’ story of a couple who can't stop fighting and embark on a last-ditch effort to save their marriage. Technicolor PostWorks provided editorial conforming, color grading and deliverables; Allie Ames, colorist/online editor. Before I Fall, Premieres, Dire

Industry moves with Technicolor & The Mill + Mercer joins ILM

Animation, Latest News, Top Stories
The Mill joins Technicolor In a move estimated to be worth nearly US $300million ($292M) Technicolor has acquired The Mill, the current world leading and largest player in vfx and post in the world wide advertising segment. The Mill was founded by Robin Shenfield and Pat Joseph in 1990 in Soho, but with its DNA from Irish roots. It has offices in London, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. While The Mill (Mill Film) did great work on the early Harry Potter films and won the Best Visual Effects Oscar in 2001 with Gladiator, the company is focused on advertising where it is arguably the number one company for TVC work and has earned in excess of 1,000 industry awards. It helped re-launch Doctor Who and today does everything from VFX to VR. In fact, VR was singled out as one of the many a