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Mytherapy moves to Warner Bros De Lane Lea

Mytherapy moves to Warner Bros De Lane Lea
Jon Creamer
04 September 2015

Mytherapy has announced that it is moving to Warner Bros. De Lane Lea’s Dean Street base.

Warner Bros. De Lane Lea, the sound mixing post-production facility founded in 1947 and bought by Warner Bros in 2012, has recently worked on major blockbusters like Gravity and Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, Kingsman: The Secret Service, Pan and Man From U.N.C.L.E. Currently Mytherapy is involved in several major feature films and dramas including ‘Marco Polo Season 2’ one of the first HDR productions for Netflix.

Dado Valentic, founder and chief colourist says: “Mytherapy has always been associated with the latest digital imaging technologies. Images that we will be viewing in the future will be of a higher resolution, higher dynamic range, contrast, brightness and larger colour spectrum, in short, much more life like. We are taking the next step with our move to Warner Bros. De Lane Lea. We will be able to offer services to our clients that will deliver these superior results.”

The new set up, aimed at high end motion pictures, will open its doors on October 1st with Mytherapy merging its services with Warner Bros. De Lane Lea’s first ‘luxury’ 4K Grading Theatre.

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