Montreal, June 29, 2015 - To meet growing demand from Hollywood producers, Technicolor, a world leader in the movie industry, announced plans to expand its operations in Greater Montréal and create 200 jobs over the next year. The French company’s subsidiary, which already employs some 820 people, also announced plans to set up a new training academy for special effects and animation specialists.
The upcoming expansion and recent acquisition of French studio Mikros position Technicolor Montréal as Greater Montréal’s leading provider of services for the movie industry. The company provides a complete range of creative and content creation services (visual effects, animation, event programming, post-production and dubbing) through its MPC and Mikros brands.
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