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  1. NAB: Technicolor, Vubiquity to Unwrap HDR Up-Conversion and TV Distribution Service

    9:00 am 4/11/2016

    “This is about making sure there’s enough high dynamic range content,” says Technicolor exec Mark Turner. Read more

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  2. Technicolor Gets Star of Recognition for Centennial

    10:55 am 3/30/2016

    The star sits in front of the company's U.S. headquarters on the Sunset Gower Studio lot.Read more

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  3. Technicolor Hires Veteran Colorist Maxine Gervais

    8:00 am 3/14/2016

    Her credits include 'American Sniper' and 'Pacific Rim.'Read more

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  4. Technicolor Hires Sound Vet Scott Gershin to Lead New Game and Virtual Reality Sound Unit (Exclusive)

    1:03 pm 3/2/2016

    Gershin’s credits as a sound designer/editor include films such as ‘Pacific Rim’ and games such as ‘Resident Evil.’ Read more

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  5. Technicolor, Sinclair Complete Live High Dynamic Range Broadcast Test

    6:10 am 4/9/2015

    The companies will be discussing their strategy at next week's NAB Show in Las Vegas.Read more

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  6. Technicolor Acquires Mikros Image

    9:29 pm 4/7/2015

    The deal grows its feature animation services.Read more

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  7. German VFX Giant Trixter Films Opens Toronto Studio

    12:08 pm 10/10/2014

    The 'Iron Man 3' effects maker is the latest foreign player to launch a Canadian beachheadRead more

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  8. German VFX Giant Pixomondo Expands Canadian Base

    6:38 am 7/3/2014

    The visual effects house behind HBO's "Game of Thrones" is moving onto the Revival 629 studio lot in downtown Toronto. Read more

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  9. MPC Confirms It Will Take On Visual Effects for Disney's 'The Jungle Book'

    12:50 pm 6/19/2014

    Additional projects at the Technicolor-owned VFX company include "Exodus," "Cinderella" and "Batman v Superman."Read more

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  10. Technicolor to Acquire Visual Effects House Mr. X

    10:00 pm 6/9/2014

    Mr. X ("Vikings") would join Technicolor's production services division, becoming a sister company to VFX house MPC ("Maleficent").Read more

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