ArsenalFX Color Amplifies A Cross-Border Criminal Chase For FX’s "The Bridge"

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Last Updated: July 2, 2013 7:10 pm GMT
(Santa Monica, California--July 2, 2013) Post production studio ArsenalFX Color dives into the heart racing chase to catch a border-hopping serial killer in the new police drama series “The Bridge,” debuting on FX on July 10th. The new series follows two police detectives—one Mexican, one American—in their joint effort stop a serial killer menacing both nations along the Texas-Mexico border. Starring Ted Levine, Diane Kruger and Demián Bicher, the show is led by series’ executive producers/head writers Meredith Stiehm (creator of “Cold Case”) and Elwood Reid. The series was recently recognized by the Critics’ Choice Awards as one of the “Most Exciting New Series” by the Broadcast Television Journalists Association.



Notes ArsenalFX Color Partner/Colorist Larry Field, “We are so happy to be able to provide the highest level of quality and services with a new and refreshing approach. At ArsenalFX Color we are not bound by traditional workflows. Each show we do has its own needs, and our approach is to cater to that.”

ArsenalFX Color handles the dailies, online, color, VFX, titling and delivery for the series. The series amplifies ArsenalFX Color’s already extensive list of episodic TV credits including “Bones,” “Nashville,” “Newsroom,” and “Parenthood.”

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About ArsenalFX COLOR
With the finest gear and talent in the industry, the recently launched ArsenalFX COLOR offers studios, networks and agencies A-list color finishing in a personal, boutique environment. Housed in renowned Santa Monica-based VFX shop, ArsenalFX, ArsenalFX COLOR is home to Partner/Colorist Larry Field and Flame Artist O.T. Hight, both well-respected experts with more than 20 years of TV, film and commercial finishing experience between them.

In a sleek new facility, ArsenalFX COLOR provides award-worthy color for any project of any size.


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