Colourist Vicki Matich has joined the Molinare grading team after a year at the facility as a freelancer. Before that Matich was head of grading at Envy.

Matich has worked with directors including Danny Boyle, Paul W.S. Anderson and Sir David Attenborough. More recently, Matich has graded the Emmy award-winning documentary Leaving Neverland: Michael Jackson and Me as well as the second series of the BAFTA nominated cult show Stath Lets Flats from Roughcut TV. In the 2020 RTS Programme Awards, seven of her projects appeared in five different categories – Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain, The Last Survivors, 8 Days To The Moon and Back, Undercover: Inside China’s Digital Gulag, War in the Blood, Stath Lets Flats and Jerk.


Matich started her career as a colourist at ABC in Sydney, before joining The Finishing School in Leeds, where she predominantly worked on dramas. Since then, she has worked her way up the colourist department at ENVY, rising to the Head of Grading, a position she held for over 6 years. She moved over to freelance last year, where she has been working at Molinare as a freelance colourist.

Molinare’s MD Nigel Bennett said “I’m delighted to be welcoming Vicki to Molinare during an exciting period for our grading team. Over the past 12 months, our team have worked with some of the biggest directors in the world, including Alex Gibney, Wes Anderson and Ken Loach, and I have upmost confidence that Vicki will be an integral part of continuing these recent successes.”

Vicki commented “I’ve always looked at the work Molinare does with great interest, and I’m very excited to be joining the respected and talented team of colourists.  Molinare have a world-class reputation for delivering outstanding dramas, features and documentaries.  Having freelanced on a few projects these last few months, I’m really looking forward to becoming a permanent member of the team.”

Staff Reporter

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