Series of interconnected co-located facilities will provide one-stop shopping for technology, talent and creativity servicing the entertainment, advertising, and brand experience industries; campuses coming soon to Soho, London, Soho, New York and Culver City, Los Angeles.
Technicolor Creative Studios is launching a series of interconnected Creative Hubs across the globe that will host VFX and production studios and provide brands and filmmakers access to top creative talent in one location. This marks the next step in the studio’s evolution, following the brand’s launch earlier this year.
Home to The Mill, MPC, and Mikros Animation, Technicolor provides VFX and creative production services to the global entertainment, brand experience and advertising sectors. The move to develop new co-located hubs for the studio's brands will facilitate expansion across the USA, Europe, and Asia, where the company is exploring new markets.
With the aim of developing a future-facing business model and nurturing the world’s top talent, Technicolor Creative Studios wants its Creative Hubs to be the next Facebook or Google campuses - an unrivaled network of technology, talent and creativity servicing the entertainment, advertising, and brand experience industries.
Co-located Creative Hubs have already launched in Paris and Bangalore. Over the coming months, additional hubs will open across the UK and US. Advertising studios The Moving Picture Company (MPC) and The Mill will share studio space in London and New York, bringing the brands closer together under the joint leadership of Mark Benson (CEO, MPC) and Josh Mandel (CEO, The Mill). The full suite of Technicolor Creative Studios brands across advertising and entertainment will share a Creative Hub and Innovation Center in Culver City, Los Angeles. Each studio will retain its own unique brand identity and creative talent while enjoying the benefits of a co-located studio environment and world class facilities.
“The world around us is changing fast and we are embracing this,” commented Technicolor Creative Studios president Christian Roberton. “From the adoption of new technologies to interconnected infrastructure and talent, the formation of our new Creative Hubs is a progressive step designed to further improve the client experience. This will drive more collaboration and innovation, at scale and pace. As we continue to partner with the world’s most ambitious agencies, brands, and film studios, we can now offer even easier access to the best talent and creative production facilities across the world.”
The new TCS Creative Hubs will be opening soon in Soho, London and Soho, New York and Culver City, Los Angeles.
Source: Technicolor Creative Studios