Warner Bros. De Lane Lea (WBDLL) has hired top Colourist Asa Shoul for its new picture Services department launching this September. 

Shoul, who joins from Molinare, will be joined by his assistant Katie McCulloch, Senior Post Producer Louise Stewart and Online Editor Gareth Parry as well as other creative, technical and operations staff, yet to be announced.

Last year WBDLL announced it will be moving to a new purpose-built post production facility located in the centre of Soho which is currently under construction (pictured). WBDLL will be the anchor tenant within the Ilona Rose building which is slated to open in 2021.

Shoul’s recent credits include: ‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’, ‘Baby Driver’, Amazon’s ‘Tin Star’ and recently received a Bafta craft award for his work on Netflix series ‘The Crown’.
“We are absolutely delighted to have Asa joining our new creative picture services department, his reputation in the business is unrivalled and it enables us to offer clients the full spectrum of post-production services with the best creative talent in the industry” commented WBDLL Director Cara Sheppard.
“This is a very exciting time to be joining WBDLL and I’m looking forward to being part of launching this exciting new service and joining an already exceptional creative team” said Shoul.
WBDLL’s expansion will include the launch of two new 4K HDR grading theatres, in addition to online suites, mastering, content handling services and dark fibre connectivity to both Dolby UK and Leavesden Studios.  A fully serviced production dailies service based at Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden will also launched to help service the needs of productions.
WBDLL has worked on recent features including Wonder Woman, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Fantastic Beasts and Early Man and on high end TV shows for Netflix, Amazon, Starz, BBC and ITV.

Jon Creamer

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