Reliance MediaWorks wins Academy award

 Reliance MediaWorks’ ‘Lowry Process’ to be honored at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences held this year

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Updated: Jan 9, 2012 5:37 PM
Reliance MediaWorks wins Academy award

 Reliance MediaWorks, the film and entertainment arm of Reliance Group, to be honored at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in the scientific and technical awards category held this year. This will be the first Indian company, whose technology will be recognized at the Academy awards.

The award is for the development of the ‘Lowry Process,’ a unique and efficient system that reduces noise and other artifacts, thereby providing high quality images required during the filmmaking process.

The award will be received by Kimball Thurston, Ian Godin and Tim Connolly who are a part of Reliance MediaWorks’ Global Imaging Technology Center in Burbank.

Reliance MediaWorks has applied its proprietary image processing techniques to restoration projects like the James Bond franchise, Rashomon, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, as well as to new features from James Cameron's Avatar to David Fincher's Social Network and Zodiac.

The prestigious award will be received at the ceremony on February 11, 2012.

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