Technicolor has opened a new facility in Cardiff, Wales, within Wolf Studios. This expansion of the company’s post production footprint in the UK is a result of the growing demand for more high-quality content across streaming platforms and the need to post these projects, as well as the growth of production in Wales.
The facility is connected to all of Technicolor’s locations worldwide through the Technicolor Production Network, giving creatives easy access and to their projects no matter where they are shooting or posting.
The facility, an extension of Technicolor’s London operations, supports all Welsh productions and features a multi-purpose, state-of-the-art suite as well as space for VFX and front-end services including dailies. Technicolor Wales is working on Bad Wolf Production’s upcoming fantasy epic His Dark Materials, providing picture and sound services for the BBC/HBO show. Technicolor London’s recent credits include The Two Popes, The Souvenir, Chernobyl, Black Mirror, Gentleman Jack and The Spanish Princess.
Within this new Cardiff facility, Technicolor is offering 2K digital cinema projection, FilmLight Baselight color grading, realtime 4K HDR remote review, 4K OLED video monitoring, 5.1/7.1 sound, ADR recording/source connect, Avid Pro Tools sound mixing, dailies processing and Pulse cloud storage.
Bad Wolf Studios in Cardiff offers 125,000 square feet of stage space with five stages. There is flexible office space, as well as auxiliary rooms and costume and props storage. Its within