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NYC Post House Congratulates “Boardwalk Empire,” “Mildred Pierce” and “Bored to Death”

Last Updated: January 6, 2012 11:19 pm GMT
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(New York--January 6, 2012) Three television productions that were posted at Technicolor - PostWorks New York are among the nominees in the American Society of Cinematographers’ 26th Annual Outstanding Achievement Awards competition.

  • Nominees in the one-hour Episodic Television Series/Pilot category include two episodes of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, “To the Lost” (David Franco, cinematographer) and “21” (Jonathan Freeman, ASC, cinematographer). Technicolor - PostWorks New York Colorist Martin Zeichner performed color grading for the show as part of a package that also included dailies processing, Avid editorial and finishing services.

  • Nominees in the Television Movie/Miniseries category include HBO’s Mildred Pierce (Ed Lachman, ASC, cinematographer). Color grading for Mildred Pierce was performed at Technicolor - PostWorks New York by Colorist Sam Daley; the facility also provided dailies processing, editorial and finishing services.

  • Nominees for half-hour Episodic Series or Pilot, a new category this year, include “Forget the Herring,” an episode of HBO’s Bored to Death (Vanja Cernjul, HFC, cinematographer). Color grading and finishing for that series is performed by Technicolor - PostWorks New York Colorist John Crowley.

“All of us at Technicolor - PostWorks New York are proud to be associated with these exceptional television productions and we congratulate each of these very talented and accomplished cinematographers,” said Domenic Rom, Executive Vice President Post Production.

Winners will be announced February 12th in Hollywood.

About Technicolor - PostWorks New York
Technicolor - PostWorks New York is the East Coast’s most comprehensive digital motion picture and post-production facility, employing an exceptional team of artists, engineers and project managers to serve our clients through the film and TV finishing process.

Technicolor - PostWorks New York offers one complete source for every post requirement, including data workflows, film processing, telecine/scanning, non-linear editorial and HD picture finishing, digital intermediate and film recording, high-volume encoding and high-speed data transmission, as well as comprehensive film and TV sound services on nine mix stages.

The company’s clients include Academy Award-winning filmmakers, cutting-edge independents and every major film studio and broadcaster.

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