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MPC adds Digital Garden, Tokyo to remote colour network

MPC adds Digital Garden, Tokyo to remote colour network
Jon Creamer
11 February 2016

MPC has added post facility Digital Garden in Shibuya Tokyo to its remote colour network.
The hook up means real-time colour sessions can take place between Tokyo and London or Tokyo and Los Angeles. 

Enabled by Filmlight technology and the Baselight system - a high bandwidth connection between sites - it also means that those in London or Los Angeles can share and view files in real-time with others in Tokyo.

MPC’s remote colour network is already available in 22 other advertising hubs around the world.
“MPC and Technicolor are delighted to strengthen their creative global network with a remote colour connection to Digital Garden in Tokyo,” said Mark Benson, MPC CEO. ”Japan is undoubtedly home to a vibrant Advertising industry, one we are very keen to have a deeper and stronger relationship with.  Through Digital Garden’s links to MPC studios around the world, we very much look forward to presenting our award winning Colourists to this exciting new market.”

Digital Garden Inc.’s CEO Shinichi Adachi said: "Since inception in 1998, Digital Garden has built a reputation and strong bonds to many leading Creatives in the Japanese advertising industry. We are delighted to have developed a new strong connection with MPC, and it’s brilliant achievements and history in colour grading.  I look forward to introducing MPC’s Creativity to Japan. Wonderful visual work will be born from this new relationship.”

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