Cinelicious expands services, goes on-set
December 1, 2011

Cinelicious expands services, goes on-set

HOLLYWOOD — Post house Cinelicious ( has added visual effects creative and finishing services via VFX supervisor/lead Flame artist Ben Looram. Looram (pictured) and Cinelicious founder Paul Korver have also launched Cinelicious Take Out, a new model of talent-driven pop-up style visual effects and color creative that can be delivered to any location. 

Cinelicious provides services to commercial and feature clients, including color, telecine, high-resolution film scanning and restoration. Its new Flame suite adds VFX and finish capabilities. Cinelicious Take Out can provide clients with talent and technology wherever they are needed, helping to meet the demands of fast turn-arounds.

“With Take Out, we’re not just providing on-set post production rentals. Instead, we are bringing top creative talent and a high-end finishing and color solution into our clients’ preferred place of work whether it's at the agency, editorial company on set or at our studio,” explains Korver. 

The Cinelicious Take Out concept was beta tested by Looram by setting up pop-up post at a number of production companies. agencies and editorial houses. These included Bully Pictures for Casio out of The Richards Group, Cosmo Street for Activision out of 72 & Sunny, and for the upcoming Growth Films feature The Pursuit of Loneliness.

Looram has worked on commercials, music videos, titles and promos, and has earned numerous industry awards. He captured a VES Award for the Chris Milk-directed U2/Green Day music video The Saints Are Coming. He was also part of the team honored with the Emmy for Outstanding Main Titles Design for HBO’s Carnivale. He has engineered and built Flame bays and visual effects studios for Animal West, Butcher Edit and Sway Studios, and had long stints as a visual effects artist at Sea Level and A52.