Company 3 in Santa Monica has beefed up its team of colorists with Jeremy Sawyer (Hulu’s The First, Showtime’s I’m Dying up Here). He will be working on the studio’s expanding slate of TV projects — they currently have more than 20 series in the facility, including Lost in Space (Netflix), Continue reading
Cinesite in London has upped Caroline Garrett to head of its London VFX studio. She will oversee day-to-day operations at the independent VFX facility. Garrett will work with her colleagues at Cinesite Montreal, Cinesite Vancouver and partner facilities Image Engine and Trixter to increase Cinesite’s global capacity for feature films, broadcast and streaming shows. Continue reading
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Cutters Studios has promoted Marian Oliver to editor at its Chicago location. Oliver began her career in client services at Red Car Chicago in 2009. After earning her degree from Columbia College Chicago, she joined Cutters in 2012 as an assistant editor working on advertising projects. Her most recent projects include campaigns for Meijer, Continue reading
MPC’s Los Angeles studio has added Patrick Ferguson to its staff as visual effects supervisor. He brings with him experience working in both commercials and feature films.
Ferguson started out in New York and moved to Los Angeles in 2002, and he has since worked at a range of visual effect houses along the West Coast, Continue reading
NYC-based audio studio Sonic Union has added composer/experiential sound designer/mixer Rob Ballingall to its team. He will be working out of both Sonic Union’s Bryant Park and Union Square locations. Ballingall brings with him experience in music and audio post, with an emphasis on the creation of audio for emerging technology projects, including experiential and VR. Continue reading
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The ARRI Group has named Dr. Michael Neuhaeuser as the new executive board member responsible for technology. He succeeds Professor Franz Kraus, who after more than 30 years at ARRI, joins the Supervisory Board and will continue to be closely associated with the company. Neuhaeuser starts September 1.
Kraus, who has been leading tech development at ARRI for the last few decades, Continue reading
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Mill Film in Australia, a Technicolor VFX studio, has named Mark Thorley as managing director.Hi appointment comes in the wake of the February launch of Mill Film in Adelaide, Australia.
Thorley brings with him more than 15 years of executive experience, working at such as Lucas Film, Singapore, where he oversaw studio operations and production strategies. Continue reading
Electric Theatre Collective has added Luke Morrison to its London of office as head of color. He will lead a team that already includes Jason Wallis, Lewis Crossfield, Kaitlyn Battistelli, Ruth Wardell, Mathieu Caplanne and Tim Smith.
During his decade-plus career, Morrison has won multiple AICE Awards, including a win in the Color Grading: Over 90 Seconds category for his 2018 Canadian Olympic Committee “Be Olympic” spot directed by Ian Pons Jewell. Continue reading
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Sim Post in New York is in growth mode. They recently expanded their audio for TV and film services and boosted their post team with five new hires. Following the recent addition of a DI theater to its New York location, Sim is building three audio suites, a voiceover room and support space for the expanded audio capabilities. Continue reading
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Tool of North America has hired executive producer Nancy Hacohen as managing director of live action. In this position, Hacohen will oversee all aspects of Tool’s Live Action work and represent the company’s directorial talent. She will also work alongside Dustin Callif, managing partner of innovation, to manage Tool’s day-to-day operations, which range from live action to experiential, Continue reading
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