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Century Communication strengthens post-production offering with Pixion II launch

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Century Communication strengthens post-production offering with Pixion II launch

Century Communication Ltd (CCL), an integrated media and entertainment company, has announced the launch of its second post-production studio, Pixion II, in Mumbai. Pixion is already an established player in the film post-production market and with this launch, it boasts of being the biggest post-production facilitator in Mumbai.

The new Pixion II has been launched with an investment of $10-$12 million.

Commenting on the launch, Naresh Malik, CEO, Pixion, said, “The post-production industry is rapidly growing and the demand for post-production, DI and visual effects is increasing at an enormous rate. With the second facility in Mumbai, we are sure to meet this demand and also provide world class infrastructure and talent to Indian and international filmmakers.”

“With advance technology, state of art infrastructure and a commitment to create international benchmarks, Pixion offers the best in both talent and technology,” said Anand Tewari, Director, CCL. “We are very optimistic about the Pixion brand and plan to set up studios in other markets like Hyderabad and Chennai as well,” he added.

Pixion’s post-production facilities provide end-to-end digital post-production solutions to film and video production houses. Its solutions range from offline to online processing, graphics and digital sound.


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