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.
Film & Television
Academy Awards and Nominations
For the second year in a row, Technicolor teams received two Oscar® nominations for Best Visual Effects, demonstrating the strength and range of their VFX work across different types of projects. Congratulations to MR. X for their first Oscar® nomination for their work on Paramount’s Love and Monsters – and to MPC Film for their work on Disney’s The One and Only Ivan.
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 is once again honored to have worked on a BAFTA nominee – with the MPC Film team earning a nod for Special Visual Effects on Disney’s The One and Only Ivan.
Canadian Screen Awards
The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television celebrates the best in visual storytelling, creativity and talent at the Canadian Screen Awards, which brings together the screen-based industry annually to recognize the country’s top talent in the film, television and digital sectors.
The César Award is considered the highest film honor in France, the French film industry's equivalent to the Academy Award. In 2022, the Académie des César introduced the visual effects category, and Technicolor Creative Studios’ MPC/Mikros not only scored 3 of the 5 first-time VFX nominations – but went on to win the first ever César for visual effects.
Technicolor Creative Studios saw multiple wins, special merits and finalists across its MPC studios at the 2021 AEAF Awards. The VFX and animation festival is a celebration of timeless artistry and storytelling – demonstrated by the creative and technical excellence and innovation of entries from around the world.
HPA Awards and Nominations
The HPA Awards are 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.
Ad Age Creativity Awards
The coveted Ad Age A-List & Creativity Awards honor the forward-thinking leaders, top agencies and creative innovators in the industry today.
Adweek Experiential Awards
The Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) Awards encompass the AICP Show, The Art & Technique of the Commercial, the AICP Next Awards, and the AICP Post Awards. Each competition honors marketing communications in the motion image.
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. The Mill and MPC, now united under The Mill brand, won another four Cannes Lions this year.
The Clios recognize creative excellence and innovation across advertising, design and communication: the bold and inspirational work that fosters a marketplace of ideas within the creative community and propels the industry forward. After uniting under The Mill brand, The Mill and MPC went on to win another six Clio awards.
Creative Circle Awards
Creative Circle is a long-standing awards body run and judged by creatives that recognize great ideas, fresh thinking and craft. Their mission is to promote creative excellence in advertising, while sharing knowledge and experience through educational programs to support the next generation of creative people.
D&AD is an education charity that promotes excellence in design and advertising. Each year, the D&AD Awards gather the world’s best creative work from across the commercial design, advertising, production and craft disciplines to be judged by more than 400 global creative leaders, practitioners and innovators.