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Technicolor posts 'Most Valuable Players' doc

September 1, 2011
Technicolor posts 'Most Valuable Players' doc

HOLLYWOOD — Director Matthew Kallis’ documentary Most Valuable Players will air on Oprah Winfrey Network’s Documentary Club on September 8 th, marking its broadcast premier. The feature underwent a wide range of post production services at Technicolor (, here, including its theatrical sound mix, visual effects, editorial conform and finish color timing, and broadcast and digital cinema mastering.

Most Valuable Players is a heart-felt documentary about high school musical theatre in the Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania and western New Jersey that culminates at the region’s annual Freddy Awards, a live TV event honoring performers.  The film also addresses how a local community bands together to support arts’ education in financially-challenged times.

“Technicolor is very much committed to providing creative services for high quality independently produced theatrical features and documentaries, such as ‘Most Valuable Players’,” notes Claude Gagnon, president of Technicolor Creative Services. “We assembled a stellar team of some of the best talent in the industry to serve the filmmakers, on a budget that was scaled to the ‘indie’ project.”