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Modern VideoFilm adds dailies services via partnership

November 19, 2013
Modern VideoFilm adds dailies services via partnership
NEW YORK — Industrial Color, Inc. (http://industrialcolor.com), a family of vertically-integrated software, creative production and post production companies, and LA-based Modern VideoFilm (www.mvfinc.com), a 30-year veteran in post production, have entered a partnership that expands the studio’s capabilities to include on-set and in-house dailies services.

The new partnership fills a growing need in New York and other states brought about by increased production volume from local tax incentives. Industrial Color partnered with Modern VideoFilm to extend their services to the East Coast, creating an efficient and seamless coast-to-coast digital infrastructure to serve film and TV production clients across the country.

Industrial Color has captured and managed digital files for over 10,000 shoots. After launching a successful video division in 2008, the company extended its expertise to the dailies market. They offer Colorfront’s On-Set Dailies and Express Dailies solutions for RAW file ingest and archive, and offline media creation for editorial with metadata, timecode, LUTs, and synced audio. 

“Modern VideoFilm is excited to be able to offer its New York-based customers expanded dailies capabilities as well as television and feature film post production as a result of the new partnership with Industrial Color,” says Mark Smirnoff, president of creative services at Modern VideoFilm. “The experience, creativity and combined technical experience of both companies is second to none.”

“The team at Industrial Color is committed to providing our customers — some of the most discerning in the industry — with innovations and services that help improve their creative process and time to market,” notes Steve Kalalian, CEO of Industrial Color Brands. “In doing so we are building bridges for our clients and with top service providers in the industry such as Modern VideoFilm. We’re pleased to formalize a partnership with Modern VideoFilm to continue to empower customers.”

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