Technicolor's Stambaugh back in Bangkok

Postproduction facility planning expansion

NEW YORK -- Technicolor said Wednesday that Paul Stambaugh has rejoined its Bangkok postproduction facility in his former role as managing director as a part of the laboratory's planned expansion.

Stambaugh was first managing director of the facility in the Thai capital in 2004, when he oversaw the transformation of the Thailand CineColor Lab after it was purchased by Technicolor.

"With our digital intermediate services just coming online, we're pleased to be able to reach a greater number of filmmakers throughout Asia, providing complete end-to-end solutions for their projects," Stambaugh said.

Regarded as an authority in film restoration and preservation, Stambaugh has spent 40 years in the film processing, television and the video postproduction business and helped build Technicolor's team and infrastructure at the company's North Hollywood restoration and preservation department.