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Deluxe Moves Motion Picture Dailies Services to EC3 Banner

Company 3 and EFILM dailies operations now EC3.

LOS ANGELES -- Deluxe, a global innovator offering comprehensive creative, media, distribution and asset-management solutions for media and entertainment, has merged motion picture dailies operations of Company 3 and EFILM into the single business unit, EC3.

EC3 was created in 2011 to provide on-location dailies services and has been a key presence during production of many top-tier productions, such as Skyfall, Lone Survivor and X-Men: Days of Future Past.

Now, all dailies work – on-location and in-facility -- will be offered via EC3, based at 1146 Las Palmas Ave. in Hollywood.

“This move signals the rapidly changing way movies are being made,” said Stefan Sonnenfeld, president of Company 3 and Deluxe Creative Services. “The options available for fine-tuning the look and the workflow of dailies are changing all the time as the line between what is considered ‘production’ or ‘post’ disappears.”

EC3 also will oversee all clients’ needs regarding preview screening, including conforming, editorial and color grading for projects finishing at Company 3 and EFILM.

“This move allows us at EC3 to maximize efficiency and service,” said Marc Ross, production manager at EC3. “We have leveraged the best technology and expertise from Company 3 and EFILM, and now are ready to operate as a stand-alone entity.”

Source: Deluxe Entertainment Services Group

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.