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 and creative partners' recent nominations and awards below.
Academy Awards and Nominations
Technicolor is thrilled for our filmmaking partners and clients in the industry who received 2020 Oscar nominations for their outstanding achievements.
Congratulations to all of this year’s diverse and exciting Oscar nominees.
BAFTA Awards and Nominations
The BAFTA’s envision “a world where everyone’s life is culturally and creatively enriched through excellent work in film, games and television.” Technicolor and MPC Film are honored to have worked on a number of these projects and offer congratulations to our filmmaking partners.
VES Awards and Nominations
Technicolor and our family of creative studios is honored to have worked on a number of this years’ VES nominated films, short films and commercials. A huge congratulations to our filmmaking partners and studios.
MPSE Golden Reel Award Nominations
For excellence in sound, Technicolor talent received six Golden Reel Award nominations from the Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE). The nominations came for five different categories across feature film, non-theatrical feature, and broadcast media.
HPA Awards and Nominations
The HPA Awards have considered the standard-bearer for excellence and innovation in an industry embracing an expanding array of groundbreaking technologies and creativity. HPA Awards honor creative achievement, outstanding artistry, lifetime achievement, and engineering excellence.
The Mill and MPC are once again honored with multiple Clio Awards for their achievements across creative categories, ranging from Animation and Visual Effects to Film Technique and Music Video. The Clio Awards recognize creative excellence and innovation across advertising and design.
Technicolor’s Moving Picture Company (MPC) and MPC Film have won a total of 5 AEAF awards at the 2019 Animation & Effects Awards & Festival in Sydney, Australia. AEAF is a celebration of the best work by digital artists and content creators from around the world. The international competition, now in its 20th year, bestows the awards for creative and technical excellence in the use of visual effects and animation and their contribution to storytelling. Among the finalists demonstrating timeless artistry and new innovation, MPC won for the following:
Emmy Awards and Nominations
Technicolor Sound teams have received three nominations this year for television’s top honor, coming on the heels of four consecutive Creative Arts Emmy wins in sound categories. Two of the nominations – OUTSTANDING SOUND MIXING and OUTSTANDING SOUND EDITING FOR A LIMITED SERIES, MOVIE OR SPECIAL – come for When They See Us (“Part Four”), the acclaimed miniseries by Ava DuVernay for Netflix about the Central Park Five. The third nomination is for OUTSTANDING SOUND EDITING FOR A COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES (HALF-HOUR) AND ANIMATION – for Love, Death & Robots (“The Secret War”), an experimental animated anthology series from Netflix.
In addition to these direct nominations, congratulations go to all of our creative partners who received Emmy nominations this year – spanning a total of 33 different shows across multiple genres.
Since 1954, the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity has been exploring the value of creativity in branded communication; celebrating the best new ideas shaping the creative future; and inspiring the next generation of industry leaders and global talent.
CAS Awards and Nominations
Technicolor talent has once again received Cinema Audio Society (CAS) nominations recognizing Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing. In announcing the nominations, CAS President Mark Ulano noted the stellar work of the creative community on projects that represent the finest in sound mixing. Winners were announced on February 16 at the 55th Annual CAS Awards in Los Angeles - with Technicolor Rerecording Mixers Joe Earle and Doug Andham winning as part of the sound team for American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace.