Technicolor Racks Up 6 Primetime Emmy® Nominations

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July 26, 2016
Technicolor and Mr. X creative teams receive 68th Annual Primetime Emmy® Awards nominations.

This year Technicolor Sound received four Emmy® nominations, and Mr. X received two nominations for their VFX work.

Congratulations to the talented Technicolor artists who help bring the best of television to life:

Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Limited Series Or Movie for The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story - "From The Ashes of Tragedy"

Doug Andham, (C.A.S., Re-Recording Mixer), Joe Earle (C.A.S., Re-Recording Mixer)

Outstanding Sound Editing For A Limited Series, Movie or Special for American Horror Story: Hotel - "Checking In"

Gary Megregian (Supervising Sound Editor), Steve M. Stuhr (Dialogue Editor), Jason Krane (Dialogue Editor), Timothy A. Cleveland (Sound Effects Editor), Paul Diller (Sound Effects Editor)

This is the fifth consecutive year Technicolor’s sound teams have been recognized for their work on the American Horror Story franchise.

Outstanding Sound Editing For A Limited Series, Movie or Special for Roots – “Night Two”

Gary Megregian (Supervising Sound Editor), Stuart Martin (ADR Supervisor), Andrew Dawson (ADR Editor), Steve M. Stuhr (Dialogue Editor), Jason Krane (Dialogue Editor), Christian Buenaventura (Dialogue Editor), Timothy A. Cleveland (Sound Effects Editor), Paul Diller (Sound Effects Editor), John Snider (Sound Effects Editor), Marcello Dubaz (Sound Effects Editor), Michael Sana (Sound Effects Editor), Daniel Salas (Sound Effects Editor)

Outstanding Sound Editing For A Series for Marvel’s Daredevil – “New York’s Finest”

Lauren Stephens (Supervising Sound Editor), Jordan Wilby (Sound Designer), Jonathan Golodner (Sound FX Editor), Christian Buenaventura (Dialog Editor), Zane Bruce (Foley Artist), Lindsay Pepper (Foley Artist)

Outstanding Special Visual Effects for Vikings - “The Last Ship”

Dominic Remane (Visual Effects Supervisor), Bill Halliday (Visual Effects Producer), Michael Borrett (Visual Effects Producer), Paul Wishart (CG Supervisor), Ovidiu Cinazan (Lead Compositor), Jim Maxwell (Lead Matte Painter), Kieran McKay (Lead Animator), Jeremy Dineen (Lead FX Artist), Tom Morrison (Lead Lighter)

Outstanding Special Visual Effects for Penny Dreadful“And They Were Enemies”

James Cooper (Visual Effects Supervisor), Bill Halliday (Visual Effects Producer), Sarah McMurdo (Visual Effects Producer), Mai-Ling Lee (CG Supervisor), Greg Astles (Compositing Supervisor), Ricardo Gomez (Asset Lead), Matt Ralph (Tracking & Layout Lead), Alexandre Scott (Lighting Lead), Kyle Yoneda (FX Lead)

In addition to Technicolor Sound’s multiple recognitions, other Technicolor teams worked on numerous nominated shows.  Making A Murder, handled by Technicolor’s picture team, received multiple nominations including Outstanding Directing For A Nonfiction Program.  Veep, also handled by the picture team including extensive work from the VFX teams at Technicolor, received multiple nominations including Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series. Technicolor Marketing Services worked on What Happened, Miss Simone?, a nominee in the Outstanding Directing For A Nonfiction Program category. On-Location Services worked on the HBO show All The Way, which is up for Outstanding Directing In A Limited Series, Movie, Or Dramatic Special. Technicolor Toronto handled picture post and VFX for Fargo, which was nominated for 18 Emmy® Awards, including Outstanding Cinematography for a Limited Series or Movie as well as color finishing for The Man in the High Castle “The New World“ which is nominated for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series.