Supporting Next-Gen Filmmakers: CO3 + Coca-Cola Refreshing Films

May 24, 2024
May. 24, 2024

Each year, Company 3 partners with Coca‑Cola® Refreshing Films, offering finalists with color post-production services. The Coca‑Cola® Refreshing Films program is a platform that gives up-and-coming filmmakers from partnered schools the opportunity to create content for the big screen through a Read More

Company 3 at the 77th Annual Cannes Film Festival

May 14, 2024
May. 14, 2024

Today marks the start of the renowned Cannes Film Festival, set against the stunning backdrop of the French Riviera, and continuing through May 25th. This year’s festival features an impressive lineup, presenting a variety of films that aim to captivate and Read More

67th Annual CSC Awards x Company 3

May 8, 2024
May. 8, 2024

The Canadian Society of Cinematographers celebrated its 65th annual awards ceremony recently, honoring outstanding talent in the industry. Notable achievements include Brendan Steacy, CSC, ASC, who received the award for Best Cinematography in a Dramatic Series – Non-Commercial for his exceptional Read More

Sports Emmys Nominations 2024

April 15, 2024
Apr. 15, 2024

The Television Academy recently unveiled nominations for their 2024 Sports Emmy Awards, and Company 3 is delighted to have contributed to four of this year’s nominated projects. Season 3 of the acclaimed Netflix documentary series UNTOLD has been nominated for Outstanding Documentary Series. Read More

Gareth Spensley Colors Wes Anderson’s Roald Dahl Anthology

April 11, 2024
Apr. 11, 2024

Director Wes Anderson’s follow-up to last summer’s highly praised Asteroid City is a series of four short films based on some of Roald Dahl’s (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) lesser-known works, leading with The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar. Designed to Read More

2024 BAFTA TV Awards: Nominations Announced

March 21, 2024
Mar. 21, 2024

Yesterday, BAFTA revealed nominations for their highly anticipated 2024 TV awards, and Company 3 is proud to have played a part in nine of this year’s nominated projects. Among the highlights is Extraordinary, the uproariously funny hero comedy from Sid Gentle Films/Disney+, Read More

Poor Things Triumphs: 2024 Oscar Highlights

March 11, 2024
Mar. 11, 2024

Last night’s Oscars ceremony, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, was a night to remember. It was filled with a spectacular display of talent, creativity, and cinematic excellence. Ryan Gosling brought his Kenergy, delivering an electrifying performance Read More

Company 3 at SXSW 2024

March 8, 2024
Mar. 8, 2024

Step into the immersive world of cinema at the 2024 SXSW Film & TV Festival. From March 8-16, Austin, TX, transforms into a vibrant hub of creative expression as seasoned directors and emerging filmmakers gather to unveil their latest projects. This Read More

2024 Canadian Screen Awards: Nominations Revealed

March 7, 2024
Mar. 7, 2024

Yesterday, The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television unveiled nominations for their highly anticipated 2024 awards show. It was a moment of celebration as David Cronenberg’s Infinity Pool secured an impressive 11 nominations, including Best Motion Picture. Post-production for the film Read More

TFCA & Company 3 Luminary Award Honoree

March 6, 2024
Mar. 6, 2024

Monday night’s Toronto Film Critics Association Gala, hosted by the talented Amanda Brugel at The Omni King Edward Hotel, was a celebration of cinematic excellence. The prestigious Company 3 Luminary Award, honoring the late Charles Officer for his enduring impact on Read More

ASC Awards Shine Light on ‘Barry’ and ‘Boston Strangler’

March 4, 2024
Mar. 4, 2024

The 38th annual ASC Awards celebrated outstanding cinematography in film and television at last night’s event in Los Angeles. Notable winners included Carl Herse, recognized in the Episode of a Half-Hour Series category for his exceptional work on the final season Read More

Company 3 Editor Matt Barron Takes Home ADDY Award

February 27, 2024
Feb. 27, 2024

Last week The American Advertising Awards Show announced the winners of their coveted ADDYs. We were delighted to see Matt Barron, Editor, take home silver in the Video Editing category, for his work on Nemours Children’s Health ‘Reflections of the Future.’ Read More

Double Triumph: Last Swim Wins Two Awards at Berlinale

February 26, 2024
Feb. 26, 2024

The Berlin Film Festival concluded this weekend with Sasha Nathwani’s poignant coming-of-age drama Last Swim making waves by clinching the prestigious Crystal Bear for Best Film in the Generation 14plus section. Company 3 Senior Colorist Joseph Bicknell provided color grading on the award-winning Read More

Looking Back at 12 Seasons of Letterkenny

February 22, 2024
Feb. 22, 2024

Fans of the fast paced character-driven comedy Letterkenny were sad to see the show’s 12-season run come to an end. Creator Jared Keeso and director Jacob Tierney infused powerful personalities and consistent humor into the series about the people and various Read More

Poor Things Shines at EE BAFTA Film Awards

February 20, 2024
Feb. 20, 2024

The 2024 EE BAFTA Film Awards winners were unveiled this past Sunday, February 18, at London’s esteemed Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall, with actor David Tenant serving as the event’s host. Poor Things was one of the stand-out ceremony winners with Read More

Company 3 at Berlinale 2024

February 15, 2024
Feb. 15, 2024

The Berlin Film Festival, renowned worldwide for celebrating global cinema, commences today in Berlin, Germany. This year’s lineup includes World Premieres like Netflix’s Spaceman, from renowned Director John Renck (Chernobyl) starring Adam Sandler, with Senior Colorist Jean-Clément Soret providing the grade. Additionally, Read More

DGA Awards: ‘Past Lives’ and ‘The Last of Us’ Triumph

February 14, 2024
Feb. 14, 2024

This past weekend, the 76th Annual DGA Awards winners were revealed during a ceremony held at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, CA. Renowned filmmaker Judd Apatow served as the event’s host. Among the noteworthy recipients was Director Celine Song, who Read More