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- Alvernia Studios is one of the most modern film studios in Europe. The facility combines complex film services with investment in its own productions and co-productions. The studio produces international features for theatrical release, video games, music projects and commercials. Recent credits include:
“Bhaag Milkha Bhaag”, dir. Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra (India, 2013), ”Burning Bush”, dir. Agnieszka Holland (Czech Republic, 2013), ”Arbitrage”, dir. Nicholas Jarecki (USA-Poland, 2012), “Crulic – a Path to Beyond”, dir. Anca Damian (Romania-Poland, 2011), “Essential Killing”, dir. Jerzy Skolimowski (Ireland-Norway-Poland-Hungary, 2010).
The filmmaking one-stop shop offers soundstages including a shadeless spherical bluescreen, music scoring studios, mobile units in a fleet of modern swap bodies, full shooting equipment, and motion capture services based on ultramodern Vicon cameras.
Postproduction facilities offer a full range of services, starting with a negative laboratory with telecine transfers, through scanning, color correction, visual effects, to full film audio postproduction including final mix and Dolby printmaster.
The Studios’ comprehensive services are delivered by an experienced, professional, international team and state-of-the-art technology required to produce even the most sophisticated projects.
The studio was founded by broadcasting executive Stanisław Tyczyński, a Polish entrepreneur, the founder and former owner of RMF FM: the first Polish private radio station, which has developed one of the highest audience ratings among European broadcasters.
The investment was supported by the European Union through the Innovative Economy Operational Programme. In 2012 , Alvernia Studios was awarded in a competition organized by the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development in the category “Innovative Project – Innovative Solution”.
Alvernia Studios has Dolby Premier Studio Certification, Truelight Theatre Certification and is a member of the Kodak Imagecare Program. “The Hollywood Reporter” counted Alvernia among the most promising new film studios, comparing it to the famous European Pinewood and Babelsberg.
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