MPC’s star colourist Jean-Clément Soret is adding to his role by becoming Supervising DI Colourist at Technicolor’s post facility in London.
This new role is in addition to his current duties at MPC as Global Creative Director of Colour Grading, where he will continue his contribution to advertising campaigns.
“I’m looking forward to forging new relationships with filmmakers and to continue working with both colourist teams at Technicolor and MPC, as I continue working on both long form and advertising projects,” says Soret.
Soret is already established as a DI colourist in the industry working on films including 28 Days Later, Hard Candy, Twilight Eclipse, Trainspotting 2, In The Heart of the Sea and Steve Jobs; and TV series Babylon, Midnight Sun, Black Mirror. The new role at Technicolor London will have Soret focus on “high-profile” projects.
Mark Benson, CEO of MPC says: “When Jean-Clément joined MPC over fifteen years ago, we had never seen such beautifully crafted work. For MPC, Jean-Clément proved to be a catalyst for a much-needed creative revolution. Jean-Clément’s influence today remains as significant and influential as it was then; maybe even more so. No doubt Jean-Clément will have a similarly impactful and positive contribution to the craft of grading features and long form content with Technicolor; and we are very excited at the prospects here for Jean-Clément both now and in the future”
John Fleming, VP of Post Production, UK says: “We are delighted to be working more closely with Jean-Clément. He is considered one of the world’s leading colourists and we are lucky to have him as we continue to expand our post business in the UK. He has built an enviable track record due to his distinguished work in advertising, and more recently feature films. It is exciting to see him further expand our creative approach to imaging.”
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