Technicolor’s role in dramatizing the nuclear disaster was to make it look and feel disturbingly real for the viewer.
Technicolor teams enable filmmakers to recreate an earlier time while filming in locations that have since experienced two centuries of modernization.
New Trends in Cable Broadband and CPE Create New Opportunities for NSP Revenue Generation and Customer Retention
By Marcin Godlewski, Director Product Management at Technicolor
Emerging economies close gap with developed nations in deployment and adoption of Ultra-Broadband technologies
By Roberto Salermo & Georges Laplanche
2019 Cannes Festivals: Technicolor’s Mikros Served a Record Number of 17 Films Selected Across the Different Competitions
The diversity of films Mikros worked on spans major festival categories and will be screened May 14-25 across the different festivals: Cannes Film Festival, Directors’ Fortnight, ACID Cannes, and la S…
Technicolor Draws Viewers Into the Center of Political and Romantic Intrigue in The Spanish Princess
Colorful and vibrant look, naturalistic sound mix, and VFX enhancements make the Starz show a standout from other period dramas.
Worldwide co-production and innovation partnership paves the way for high capacity, location-based experiences at major city destinations.
Netflix’s new series goes for a different look than a traditional comedy – a more filmic look that evolves deeper with each episode.
The award marks the second year running that a Technicolor colorist has won the Special, Visual & Graphic Effects BAFTA Craft Award.