Discover the talent, expertise and passion of Technicolor’s renowned artists and engineers.
The province of Quebec is a prime location in the cinema and television industry. A favorite of both local and foreign producers, the province is home to an increasing number of film and TV productions; Quebec cinema and its artists are well recognized, often far beyond Canadian borders.
Technicolor Montreal has been at the forefront of this dynamic cinematic landscape for more than 25 years, providing a complete range of sound, picture, distribution and versioning services for cinema and television, in Quebec, Canada and the United States, as well as the rest of the world.
Our talented teams have earned recognition on countless occasions throughout the years, garnering Emmy Awards as well as Genie, Gémeaux, Gemini and Motion Picture Sound Editors’ Golden Reel Awards. The sound post production team for The Pillars of the Earthwon the 2011 Emmy for Outstanding Sound Editing for a Mini-Series or Special, as well as a 2011 Gemini Award for Best Sound in a Dramatic Program. Other recent wins include Genie awards for director Denis Villeneuve’s feature films, Polytechnique andIncendies, and a Jutra Award for celebrated Quebecois storyteller Fred Pellerin’s tale Babine.
Our post production teams harness the latest technologies to provide custom solutions and support you from your project’s start to finish. Technicolor Montreal does everything possible to provide you with creative, customized solutions that are suitable to your budget—all within a creative environment.
While we regularly work with experienced filmmakers and producers, we also support new filmmakers on their very first productions. In fact, Technicolor is a privileged partner of the Institut National de l’Image et du Son (National Institute of Image and Sound) and KINO’00, a group of artists working in film and video.
Technicolor provides a unique balance between film and digital services throughout the world. Supported by our state-of-the-art facilities in London, Los Angeles, Montreal, Vancouver, New York, Madrid, Rome and Bangkok, Technicolor also is the:
- World’s largest film processor
- Largest independent manufacturer and distributor of DVDs
- Largest manufacturer and distributor of Blu-ray Discs
- Leading global supplier of set-top boxes and gateways
Technicolor also operates an Intellectual Property and Licensing business unit that manages over 42,000 patents.
We provide industry-leading production services to all filmmakers, from major film studio productions, to independent filmmakers, to production companies, distribution services and broadcasters. We also offer our professional services to university-based film students at excellent prices.