China’s Cornucopia Films chooses Mistika

Holly Ashford 28 November 2014

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Cornucopia Film has invested in a Mistika 4K finishing and colour grading system to deliver post production services to its clients. It is the first post house to host a Mistika system in Shenzhen, and is one of China’s new creative companies offering editing, CG/VFX production, colour grading and DI services for feature film projects.

Colourist Szu-Yi CHU (pictured), who is also the managing director and chief colourist at Cornucopia Films, commented: “SGO’s Mistika was a natural choice when looking ahead to a 4K future at Cornucopia Films, and I have to say, I am a real fan of this technology. After thoroughly researching the market, Mistika is the most comprehensive and open system in the industry, and is ideal for us to build an efficient workflow around. We will primarily put our Mistika to work on high-end colour grading and compositing for film and broadcast productions.”

SGO’s CEO Miguel Angel Doncel, who met the team in Schenzhen, confirmed, “Cornucopia Films is a vibrant and forward thinking company, and we are delighted that they have made this key investment in Mistika, after initial research and testing. The creative team will truly benefit from Mistika’s range of toolsets. The fact that Mistika merges all of the post production disciplines for broadcast and film such as editing, compositing, finishing, grading, into one complete powerful system is appealing, and that it can be used for any project, irrespective of size.  We warmly embrace Cornucopia Films into the Mistika community and look forward to a long term relationship with them.”

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