November 24, 2015

The Hollywood Post Alliance Honors Technicolor Talent at the 10th Annual HPA Awards

Two Technicolor Artists Take Home High Honors at HPA Awards.

The winners of the 10th Annual HPA Awards were announced recently and two of Technicolor’s talented artists took home awards for their outstanding contributions in post-production. The HPA Awards honor the talented individuals who provide post-production services for films, television, and commercials, and help to create extraordinary cinematic experiences for audiences around the globe.

Technicolor’s senior colorist Steven J. Scott took home the coveted HPA Award for ‘Outstanding Color Grading – Feature Film’ for his work on Birdman. This is Steven’s sixth HPA Award win in the ‘Outstanding Color Grading – Feature Film’ category, following wins for last year’s Gravity, The Help (2011), Julie & Julia (2009), Iron Man (2008), and The Illusionist (2006).

Senior colorist John Crowley from Technicolor PostWorks NY won the ‘Outstanding Color Grading –Television’ award for his incredible color work on Boardwalk Empire (episode: Golden Days for Boys and Girls).


Talent from Technicolor’s Production Services division and MPC were nominated for a total of five HPA Awards this year, including:

Outstanding Color Grading – Feature Film
Steven J. Scott

Outstanding Color Grading – Television
Tony Dustin
Sense8 – ‘What’s Going On?’

Outstanding Color Grading – Television
John Crowley (Technicolor Postworks NY)
Boardwalk Empire – ‘Golden Days for Boys and Girls’

Outstanding Sound – Television
Bradley North, Joseph DeAngelis, Ken Kobett, Tiffany Griffith, David Werntz
Banshee – ‘You Can't Hide from the Dead’

Outstanding Visual Effects – Feature Film
Matt Johnson, Christian Irles, Daniel Tarmy, Nicolas Chevallier, Benoit Dubuc (MPC)
Into the Woods