Vision Globale and its artists will indeed have a chance to win the new Canadian Screen Awards of the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television for their participations on REBELLE/War Witch, Mars et Avril and l’Affaire Dumont.
The nominees are;
For Mars et Avril
Achievement in Overall Sound : Olivier Calvert, Pascal Beaudin, Luc Boudrias
Achievement in Visual Effects : Carlos Monzon, Martin Belleau, Dominic Daigle, Nathalie Dupont, Gaël Hollard, Benoît Ladouceur, Viviane Levesque Bouchard, Jérémie Lodomez, Annie Normandin, Alexandra Vaillancourt
For REBELLE/War Witch
Achievement in Visual Effects : Ève Brunet, Marc Morissette, Alexandra Vaillancourt
Achievement in Overall Sound : Claude La Haye, Daniel Bisson, Bernard Gariépy Strobl
For l’Affaire Dumont
Achievement in Sound Editing : Pierre-Jules Audet, Michelle Cloutier, Thierry Bourgault d’Amico, Nathalie Fleurant, Cédrick Marin
We must not forget to mention Mr. X, a digital studio in Toronto specializing in feature film visual effects and animation, has also been nominated in the "Achievement in Visual Effects" category for the films Resident Evil: Retribution and Silent Hill. Vision Globale contributed with Mr. X on both of these films.
Finally, we would like to congratulate and thank all producers, directors and everyone who collaborated actively with us on these projects.
Good luck !
Vision Globale is proud to have provided a wide range of services, including sound mixing and visual effects, to Rebelle (also known as War Witch), which has now been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
We would like to congratulate and thank Item 7 producers Marie-Claude Poulin and Pierre Even, as well as director Kim Nguyen, for their exceptional filmmaking and for displaying such confidence in our work.
Good luck to the entire Rebelle team!
This transaction cements Montreal's position as a leader in film production servicesMontreal, Dec. 13, 2012 - Vision Globale (www.visionglobale.com), the largest Canadian-owned company providing services for film and television production, distribution and broadcasting, has acquired Studio Mel's, Locations Michel Trudel and Génératrices Star (1997).Having consolidated its visual effects and post-production operations and now offering 3D animation and 3D stereoscopic conversion, Vision Globale is again expanding its list of film production services to include studio, camera and equipment rental.“Vision Globale's acquisition of Cité du cinéma will maintain Quebecois ownership of Studio Mel's while offering producers a fully integrated film service experience unique in North America,” says Mel Hoppenheim, founder of Studio Mel's. “I'm passing the torch to the next generation while ensuring that my long-time associate, Michel Trudel, will remain fully involved with the company in his same position, invigorated by a project of this scope and magnitude. Vision Globale's management can count on my complete support to ensure the success of this exciting venture.”“This newly created film hub will bring greater visibility to Montreal and provide Quebec producers with advantages found nowhere else in the world”, adds Trudel, winner of the 2012 Prix hommage from the Association des propriétaires de cinémas du Québec. Trudel will remain in his same position at Vision Globale.“The quality of our infrastructure and technology, combined with the talents of more than 500 employees all working together, will provide significant economic spinoffs for Montreal. And this is just the beginning. Our services will grow quickly and will include motion capture, as we are expanding from 18 studios with 225,000 square feet to 22 studios over more than 306,000 square feet,” says Daniel Byette, Chief Operating Officer of Vision Globale.“I am grateful to the 105,000 Quebec shareholders who believe in the economic development tool that is Capital régional et coopératif Desjardins,” says Mathieu Lefebvre, Founder and President of Vision Globale. “With its investment of $23 million, CRCD's support was critical to the success of this transaction.” Vision Globale also thanks Investissement Québec, which has demonstrated its confidence in the company for a second time with a new investment of $4 million.Vision Globale provides producers, distributors and broadcasters the full spectrum of post-production, visual effects, 3D animation, image restoration, 2D to 3D conversion, asset management and distribution services for theatrical releases, home video, the Web and mobile devices. Founded in 1989, the company employs more than 500 people.Source: Vision Globale
After “Michael Jackson-The Experience”, the Montreal-based company of creative and technical services is proud to be once again selected by international video games developer and distributor Ubisoft to work on one of its famed franchise. Presented on Monday at E3 in Los Angeles, this fresh insight into the next chapter of the successful series created by Ubisoft will make your mouth water. Strong of the remarkable work achieved by Ubi’s team, Vision Globale’s Sound Services team took up a great challenge by ensuring the sound design, Foley and mixing of this dynamic trailer. While anticipating the release of the game on October 30th 2012, you can catch a glimpse of the final product here: http://vgaudioblog.blogspot.ca/ About Ubisoft : www.ubi.com