Prime Focus has been nominated in the Best Post Production House category for the Broadcast Awards 2011. The prestigious awards recognise and reward excellence in and around the UK television programming industry and the ceremony takes place at London's Grosvenor House Hotel on 2 February 2011.

The last year has seen a varied spectrum of work pass through the doors of Prime Focus, from full stereoscopic projects through to award-winning, cinematic, historical documentaries; from the nation's favourite cooking shows to award-winning promo campaigns. As well as picking up an Emmy award for Sound Editing on Nutopia's epic series 'America The Story of Us', CLEAR, Prime Focus' proprietary asset and workflow management system, was selected as Best of IBC2010 following its debut appearance at the show.

Leading the way with infrastructure investment, Prime Focus was the first UK post house to make an across-the-board upgrade to Avid Media Composer 5 on its release. It also acquired a Nuke global site license and upgrades to the latest versions of Smoke and Flame in all suites as part of a wider commitment to embracing both tapeless and stereoscopic workflows and integrating them into daily broadcast operations.

Simon Briggs, Managing Director, UK said "It's been an exciting, progressive year for us. Being nominated for Best Post Production House again is a testament to the hard work that we are putting in to growing our business and continually improving our creative and technical services. I am delighted that this is being recognized by the industry in the form of this nomination."

BBC's 'Wonders of the Solar System', which Prime Focus created around 40 minutes of original visual effects for, has also been shortlisted - in the Best Documentary Series category.


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