Create the most immersive HDR experiences possible by accessing Technicolor’s unique blend of award-winning technologies and artistic talent.

Flexible Services

Technicolor is bringing artistry to HDR through our talent as well as our suite of flexible & robust color-grading services for all flavors of HDR theatrical and broadcast release, making HDR possible on every screen.

Creative Freedom

We believe in freedom of creative expression in this new realm of higher dynamic range, by bringing together our talent and a multitude of post-production tools to create the best viewing experience under the direction of filmmakers and cinematographers.

Hollywood’s Leader

As Hollywood’s recognized leader in color and image– Technicolor’s award-winning talent brings the wonder to premiere movie and television content– Technicolor is committed to preserving the creative intent of the storyteller in amazing HDR as seen on these acclaimed projects: Captain America: Civil War, The Jungle Book, The Revenant and Mozart in the Jungle.

The Opportunity of HDR

Watch to see Technicolor VP of Theatrical Imaging & Supervising Digital Colorist senior colorist Steve Scott discuss the exciting opportunity and benefits of HDR for movies. Scott served as lead colorist on the last three Best Cinematography Oscar winners – Gravity, Birdman, and The Revenant. His HDR credits include Captain America: Civil War and The Birth of a Nation.

The Opportunity Around HDR, an Interview with Peter Doyle, Supervising Colorist at Technicolor

Renowned colorist Peter Doyle discusses his thoughts on HDR as a powerful storytelling tool for content creators, and exploring it as a new medium.

Kubo and the Two Strings

Director Travis Knight on Technicolor’s HDR Artistry

HDR artistry meets masterful storytelling in Laika’s stop-motion animation feature Kubo and the Two Strings. Watch to see Travis Knight, CEO of Laika animation and director of Kubo and the Two Strings, discuss his first experience with HDR and collaborating with Technicolor senior colorist Mike Sowa, who led the HDR color grading work for the visually-stunning stop-motion animated feature.

Cases Studies

The Jungle Book

The Revenant

HDR with Technicolor senior colorist Mike Sowa

“HDR creates a level of clarity as experienced in real life.” Explains Technicolor senior colorist Mike Sowa. Watch to see Sowa give a brief HDR crash course on HDR technology and its impact in storytelling. Sowa’s HDR work includesThe Jungle Book and director Travis Knight’s Kubo and the Two Strings.


Create the most immersive HDR experiences possible by accessing Technicolor’s unique blend of award-winning technologies and artistic talent.

Efficient Up-Conversion

Technicolor’s unique semi-automated up-conversion process allows content owners to efficiently convert existing libraries to stunning HDR in ways that fit the needs of the content and their budget.

New Revenue Realized

Through efficient HDR up-conversion, Technicolor can breathe new life into your existing content to help you unlock new revenue streams.

Technicolor’s technology is now also being used in live event production. This includes implementation of our award-winning Intelligent Tone Management solution into live workflows to allow for real-time up conversion from Standard Dynamic Range (SDR) to HDR, lowering the cost of HDR live content production, such as sports.

Josh Limor, VP, Technology & Ecosystem Development at Technicolor

Working to Expand the Creative Palette

Stories are a balancing of color and light. How does HDR impact it? Long story, short: HDR gives you more color and light.