Chainsaw Provides Post Services for Emmy Nominees

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Thu, 08/20/2015 - 12:43 -- Nick Dager

Game of ThronesChainsaw, A Sim Group company, provided post production services for 11 television productions that received a total of 54 nominations in the 67th Emmy Awards. They include HBO’s Game of Thrones, which led all shows with 24 nominations, including Outstanding Drama Series, as well as nominations in directing, cinematography, editing and sound categories. Chainsaw performed editorial conforming and color grading for the show.

Other nominated productions serviced by Chainsaw include:

The Oscars (ABC), 8 nominations.

So You Think You Can Dance (Fox), 8 nominations.

The Kennedy Center Honors (CBS), 4 nominations.

The Amazing Race (CBS), 3 nominations.

The 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards (NBC), 2 nominations.

Alaska: The Last Frontier (Discovery Channel), 1 nomination.

American Idol (Fox), 1 nomination.

Jane the Virgin (CBS), 1 nomination.

Key & Peele Super Bowl Special (Comedy Central), 1 nomination.

A Tribute to Mel Brooks (FX), 1 nomination.

Other Sim Group companies contributed to Emmy-nominated productions as well.

Post Factory, New York, provided editing facilities for the HBO documentary The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst (6 nominations) and casting facilities for Netflix’ Orange is the New Black (4 nominations).

Pixel Underground, Toronto, provided post-production services to HGTV’s Property Brothers (1 nomination).

Bling Digital provided dailies and workflow services for Amazon’s Bosch (1 nomination), Warner Bros.’ Constantine (1 nomination) and CBS’ The Dovekeepers (1 nomination). Sim Digital, Atlanta, provided camera packages for Constantine.

The Sim Group congratulates all the nominees. The 67th Emmy Awards will be held on September 20 in Los Angeles.

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