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MPC Film will be opening a new studio in Montréal, Quebec in Autumn 2013.
The 25,000 sq ft studio is situated in Old Montréal and will house more than 200 artists. Our new facility features full specification screening rooms and will be networked through MPC's efficient integrated pipeline, allowing for collaboration and review of sequences between each of our global studios. The investment is supported by parent company Technicolor and the Government of Quebec.
The team at MPC Montréal will work on Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past, (Twentieth Century Fox, Bryan Singer) with Overall VFX Supervisor Richard Stammers. Other projects to complete in Montréal include Into the Woods, (Walt Disney Pictures, Rob Marshall) with MPC’s VFX Supervisor – Matt Johnson, and Cinderella (Walt Disney Pictures, Kenneth Branagh) with Overall Supervisor Charley Henley of MPC.
Emilie Dussault, MD MPC Montréal, ‘We are excited to open a base for MPC Film on the East Coast of North America. This further extends our global network and perfectly complements our activity in Vancouver. Montréal is the obvious location as it has fantastic home-grown talent, is close to productions that sit on our current slate and the province been extremely welcoming to us through their fiscal regime.’
This year we have completed VFX work for some of the highest grossing movies of the year: Man of Steel (Zack Snyder), World War Z (Marc Forster), and projects such as The Lone Ranger (Gore Verbinski) and 47 Ronin (Carl Rinsch).
MPC is now working in 7 cities around the world with joint Film and Advertising locations in London and Bangalore, Film locations in Vancouver and Montréal, and Advertising studios in LA, New York, and Amsterdam. All locations are centrally networked for efficient global communication.