London's The Look adds Pablo Rio for enhanced post workflow

Soho-based picture post house invests in Quantel again

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Leading London picture post house, The Look, has purchased a Quantel Pablo Rio high-quality color correction and finishing system to enhance its post production workflow. The Pablo Rio will operate alongside The Look's two existing Quantel Pablo systems and Neo control panel, allowing creative projects to be shared across all three systems for maximum productivity.

The Look is renowned for its work on leading British dramas including BAFTA winning Last Tango in Halifax and The Fades. Recently the facility has worked on dramas including Top Boy, Quirke and Whitechapel, as well as two BFI funded feature films, commercials for Audi and Renault and sponsorship work for BSkyB.

The Look's Owner and Senior Colorist, Thomas Urbye, said, "The addition of Pablo Rio 4K is going to make a huge difference to all our clients and our workflow. I love the Neo panel, and believe it to be the best-designed and fastest panel on the market, and with the power of the new Pablo Rio working with our existing Pablos we can take on the most demanding of projects, whether that be artistically or through technical challenges."

Quantel Sales Director, Martin Mulligan, said, "We are delighted that The Look has chosen to add Pablo Rio to give them the ultimate productive workflow for all their 2D and S3D projects as this top quality facility looks ahead to a busy and successful 2014."
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