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Atomic Fiction opens new Montreal studio
Atomic Fiction opens new Montreal studio
September 25, 2014 –  MONTREAL — Oakland, CA-based VFX studio Atomic Fiction (www.atomicfiction.com) has opened a new flagship facility in Montreal. The studio is best known for the VFX work is has contributed to movies such as Star Trek Into Darkness, Transformers Age of Extinction, Need for Speed and Flight. The new lo ...
Triggerfish Animation lures Aardman veteran
Triggerfish Animation lures Aardman veteran
September 25, 2014 –  CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA — Triggerfish Animation (www.triggerfishstudios.com), here, has appointed Arthur Sheriff as an adviser to the company. Based in London, Sheriff has worked for many years in the film industry as a marketing and publicity strategist specializing in the animation sector. He spen ...
Deluxe opens Canada's first Dolby Atmos stage
Deluxe opens Canada's first Dolby Atmos stage
September 25, 2014 –  TORONTO — Deluxe Toronto Ltd. (www.bydeluxetoronto.com) has completed a major upgrade of its mixing rooms. Improvements include the introduction of Dolby Atmos technology to Mix 1, which is among Canada’s largest film mixing stages. Further upgrades include the addition of JBL M2 Master Reference mo ...
Quantel partners with Brazilian reseller LineUp
Quantel partners with Brazilian reseller LineUp
September 24, 2014 –  NEWBURY, UK — Quantel has appointed LineUp as its reseller partner in Brazil. The company will represent Quantel’s full range of news & sports production systems and high quality post finishing systems, as well as the complete Snell Live TV and TV Everywhere product ranges. LineUp was founded in ...
Phosphene completes VFX for Cinemax's 'The Knick'
Phosphene completes VFX for Cinemax's 'The Knick'
September 23, 2014 –  NEW YORK – Phosphene (www.phosphenefx.com) served as the lead VFX house on the Cinemax series The Knick, providing effects that range from complex character augmentation to detailed period set extensions, medical enhancements and period anachronisms. The 10-episode period drama takes place in 1900 N ...
MPC adds to color grading team
MPC adds to color grading team
September 23, 2014 –  LONDON — MPC London (www.moving-picture.com) has expanded its color grading team with the addition of colorist Matthieu Toullet. He joins the facility from Digital District Paris and brings over 12 years of experience grading commercials, films and music videos.
Editors' Lounge set for Friday, 9/26
Editors' Lounge set for Friday, 9/26
September 23, 2014 –  BURBANK, CA — The next gathering of The Editors’ Lounge will take place on Friday, September 26th, at Alpha Dogs, here. Avid, EditShare and AlterMedia will all be on-hand to share details on their latest post production tools.
Eclair Group invests in Quantel's Pablo Rio for finishing
Eclair Group invests in Quantel's Pablo Rio for finishing
September 22, 2014 –  PORTE DE VANVES, FRANCE — French film laboratory and post production house, Éclair Group (www.eclairgroup.com), has invested in a Quantel Pablo Rio, which it will use to boost its finishing capabilities. Each year, Éclair Group posts more than 50 feature length films, 100 shorts, 80 hours of televis ...
SIM Group launches operation in Northern Ontario
SIM Group launches operation in Northern Ontario
September 18, 2014 –  TORONTO — The SIM Group (www.simgroup.com), a Canadian supplier of technology to the film and television industry, is opening a new location in Northern Ontario. Located at the Muskoka North Film Studios in Parry Sound, Ontario, the new office will feature products and services from each of the SIM ...
White Paper: Avid workflow for digital cinema cameras
White Paper: Avid workflow for digital cinema cameras
September 18, 2014 –  BURLINGTON, MA - Avid has released a new White Paper that details workflows for Digital Cinema Cameras.

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