Broadcast and film post-production house Molinare has scored a double nomination at the US Primetime Emmys for Outstanding Sound Mixing and Outstanding Sound Editing for The Bible miniseries.
The awards, which honour the best work in television, have recognised the work of six of Molinare’s talented audio team who undertook the sound on The Bible TV miniseries. In addition, the series, which was fully post produced at Molinare, has also been nominated in the Outstanding Mini-Series or Movie category.
The nominations come just weeks after Molinare unveiled its newly refurbished dubbing theatres, with Avid S5 Fusion Control Surface with DSP, Pro Tools HDX and Version 10 software, the only audio post-production facility of its kind in Soho.
Following the work by the Molinare audio team for The Bible TV miniseries, the upgraded suites are currently in use for the forthcoming feature film version of the US ratings-hit.
Molinare talent nominated includes Dan Johnson and Scott Jones, Re-Recording Mixers, Jeremy Price, Sound Effects Editor, Jamie Caple, Supervising Dialogue Editor, Stefano Marchetti, ADR Editor, and Marc Lawes, Supervising Sound Effects Editor.
Julie Parmenter, MD, Molinare commented: “I'm so proud and honoured that our audio team has been nominated for its expertise at such a coveted award ceremony in the US. We are also delighted that the production itself has been nominated too – having worked so closely with the production team over the past 12 months, this is a true testament to everyone’s hard work and passion for the project. The recent investment into our audio suites, along with our outstanding sound team, will continue to give the film and broadcasting industry the very best post-technology available in Soho.
As our government improves tax breaks for film and TV makers looking to shoot in the UK, we are thrilled that Molinare continues to offer top of the range facilities and talent.”
The ceremony will be held on Sunday 15 September in Los Angeles.