Streamland Media, the LA-based owner of post and vfx brands including The Farm Group, has now completed its acquisition of Technicolor Post and integrated its services into Streamland’s picture, VFX, sound and marketing divisions.

The former Technicolor Post facilities in London [Lexington Street] and Cardiff [Wolf Studios] will now be home to Picture Shop and Formosa Group. Ghost VFX, already a presence in the UK and Denmark, will deepen its role in the UK. 

Technicolor Post will cease to exist as a brand. Streamland Media entered into an agreement to acquire the Technicolor Post business earlier this year. This did does not include Technicolor-owned creative studios The Mill and MPC.

Streamland has also named its executive leadership team which includes Sherri Potter, Robert Rosenthal and Jake Torem.

Potter will oversee the company’s worldwide picture and VFX services which include Picture Shop, The Farm and Ghost VFX brands. Potter, who previously served as president of Technicolor Post and Technicolor VFX, was the first female president of a global post production business. Under her leadership, the company collaborated on numerous Oscar and Emmy Award-winning productions.

Rosenthal will continue to lead all sound services for Streamland Media, under Formosa Group. He established the renowned Formosa Group in 2013. Rosenthal’s professional focus has been exclusively in entertainment, including 20 years managing all aspects of post production sound for film, television and interactive entertainment.

Torem will oversee Streamland’s marketing services. Torem has 20 years leading finishing houses Picture Head. Picture Head has finished some of the highest profile Super Bowl spots and spearheaded marketing campaigns for some of the biggest motion picture openings in the industry.


Jon Creamer

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