Emmy-Winning Re-Recording Mixer Frank Morrone Joins Technicolor (Exclusive)
His first project at the company will include Justin Bieber's "Believe."
Re-recording mixer Frank Morrone, who has won Emmys for Lost and The Kennedys, is joining Technicolor. His first project at the company will be Justin Bieber's Believe.
Morrone bring an extensive list of TV credits, including Sex and the City and the recent pilot of The Blacklist, and features such as Ransom, Sleepy Hollow and the Oscar-winning documentary When We Were Kings.
An active member of the community, Morrone serves as president of Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE), a Sound Governor with the Television Academy and board member of Motion Picture Editors Guild. He is a past board member of the Cinema Audio Society.
Morrone will be available at Hollywood's Technicolor at Paramount and Technicolor Toronto. He joins the company's roster of re-recording mixers, which includes Scott Millan, Greg P. Russell, Anna Behlmer and Terry Porter.
"I’m proud be a part of an innovative company that has so much great talent," Morrone told The Hollywood Reporter. "And their state of the art facilities are as good as it gets."
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