Technicolor and its family of creative studios are honored to work on some of the industry’s most acclaimed movies, shows and campaigns across the industries we serve. With a history of award-winning talent, we continue to push the boundaries of what entertainment can be; check out some of our talent’s recent nominations and awards below.
VES Awards and Nominations
The Technicolor family has been nominated for six Visual Effects Society (VES) awards, which recognize the most outstanding visual effects work of the year by honoring the artists who created them – their artistry, ingenuity, and passion. The 17th Annual VES Awards will be handed out on February 5, 2019, at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA.
For their work on visual effects in commercials, MPC was nominated for five awards, with an additional nomination going to The Mill.
HPA Awards and Nominations
Technicolor Senior Colorist Maxine Gervais won the Hollywood Professional Association (HPA) award for Outstanding Color Grading on a Feature Film – becoming the first woman colorist in Hollywood history to win the prestigious award. Gervais won for her impressive range of work on Alpha, from director Albert Hughes.
Also winning an HPA award this year is Technicolor’s creative studio The Mill, for Outstanding Color Grading on a Commercial. The award went to The Mill’s Head of Color, Adam Scott, for his exceptional work on Volkswagen’s “Kid’s Dream.”
Emmy Awards and Nominations
The Technicolor Sound team won television’s top honor, taking home a 2018 Creative Arts Emmy Award for “Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series.” This marks the fourth year in a row that Technicolor teams have won in the sound category, and the second year that they have won for Netflix’s retro hit series, Stranger Things. The win caps another strong Emmy showing for Technicolor artists, who had six direct nominations on top of their work across many other award-winning or nominated shows.