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LipSync recognized for feature work

November 3, 2010
LipSync recognized for feature work

LONDON — Full-service post house LipSync Post (www.lipsyncpost.co.uk) contributed to a number of films that are being recognized at major British film events.

LipSync’s audio team, led by Paul Cotterell, celebrated a win at the 2010 Conch Awards in the category of “Best Film Soundtrack Under £10million” for its work on Nowhere Boy.

The studio completed the DI on the acclaimed documentary The Arbor, which won two awards at the 2010 London Film Festival, and was nominated for six British Independent Film Awards (BIFA), including “Best British Documentary.” Winners will be announced on 5 December.

For the film Made in Dagenham, LipSync provided all post production services, and also served as a production partner. The film is being honored with four BIFA nominations, including “Best Screenplay.”

And for the cult hit Kick-Ass (pictured), the LipSync’s VFX team completed 305 shots. The features is nominated for three BIFAs, including “Best British Independent Film.”


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