Sim Group companies provided production and post-production services to 20 television productions nominated in the 68th Emmy Awards. The 20 productions received a total of 123 nominations. Among them are Game of Thrones, The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, and Fargo with 23 nominations, 22 nominations and 18 nominations, respectively.
“The size and scope of the work we have provided on these Emmy-nominated shows reflect the immense talent within our organization. Across the Sim Group, we are proud of our colleagues who bring the producers’ vision to life,” said James Haggarty, president & CEO of the Sim Group.
PS Production Services supplied grip and lighting packages to Bates Motel, Sim Digital provided cameras to The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story and Mr. Robot and Bling provided offline rentals on Confirmation, Orphan Black and Transparent (Chainsaw also supplied Avids) while providing dailies to Mr. Robot and Confirmation.
All three companies provided services on UnReal. Game of Thrones, the leader in nominations, utilized editorial and post-production services from Chainsaw, as did Jane the Virgin. Reality shows including The Amazing Race, Project Greenlight, Shark Tank, and reality competitions So You Think You Can Dance, and American Idol are all finished at Chainsaw. To round it out, The 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards, The Oscars and It’s Your 50th Christmas, Charlie Brown all received editorial and post-production services from Chainsaw. Tattersall Sound & Picture provided sound services on Fargo, Penny Dreadful and Vikings.
“Congratulations to the production companies, studios and networks on their nominations. Their commitment to quality programs has clearly resonated, and that inspires our team,” Haggarty added.
The 68th Emmy Awards will air September 18 on ABC; Chainsaw is editing the nominee packages and doing all picture finishing.
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