Company 3

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Company 3
Industry Post Production
Headquarters Los Angeles, California
Number of locations
New York, New York
London, England
Atlanta, Georgia
Chicago, Illinois
Detroit, Michigan
Key people
Stefan Sonnenfeld, President and Managing Director
Mike Pethel, Co-Founder and Colorist
Services Color Grading, Feature Film Finishing
Parent Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc.
Website link

Company 3 (CO3) is a post production company founded in 1997 by colorists Stefan Sonnenfeld and Mike Pethel. A wholly owned subsidiary of Deluxe Entertainment Services Group, Inc., Company 3 provides post production, color grading and location services for feature films, commercials, music videos and television.

History[edit]

Sonnenfeld and Pethel opened Company 3 in Santa Monica, CA in 1997 and launched a New York, NY location in 2002. In 2010, Company 3 New York moved into a new facility located in Chelsea, Manhattan which houses both Company 3 and its sister visual effects facility, Method Studios. Other offices are located in London, Atlanta, Chicago and Detroit.[1]

In 2000, Company 3, which was then a part of Four Media Company, was acquired by Liberty Media Corporation. In 2010, Deluxe Entertainment Services Group, Inc. acquired Company 3 along with its sister companies Beast Editorial, Encore, Level 3 Post, Method Studios, RIOT and Rushes.[2]

Awards[edit]

2014
  • HPA Award – Outstanding Color Grading (Commercial) - Doosan "Heavy Industries" – Siggy Ferstl[3]
2013
  • HPA Award – Outstanding Color Grading (Commercial) - Under Armour "Brought To You By Under Armour" – Tom Poole[4]
  • MVPA Award – Best Colorist/Telecine – Lana Del Rey – “National Anthem” – Dave Hussey [5]
2012
  • HPA Award – Outstanding Color Grading (Commercial) - Chrysler "Halftime in America" – Siggy Ferstl[6]
  • MVPA Award - Best Colorist - Rihanna "We Found Love" - Dave Hussey [7]
  • AICE Award – Color Grading - Chrysler "Halftime in America" – Siggy Ferstl [8]
2011
  • HPA Award – Outstanding Color Grading (Commercial) - Nissan "Zero" – Siggy Ferstl [9]
2010
  • HPA Award – Outstanding Color Grading Using a DI Process – Alice in Wonderland – Stefan Sonnenfeld [10]
  • HPA Award – Outstanding Color Grading (Commercial) – AT&T "Legends" – Siggy Ferstl
2009
  • HPA Award – Outstanding Color Grading (Commercial) – Pepsi “Pass” – Stefan Sonnenfeld [11]
  • HPA Award – Outstanding Color Grading (Television) – "Yogi’s Bronx" – Siggy Ferstl
2007
  • HPA Award – Best Color Grading (Feature Film) – 300 – Stefan Sonnenfeld [12]
  • HPA Award – Outstanding Color Grading (Commercial) – Nike “Take Over” – Dave Hussey
2006
  • da Vinci Award – Master Colorist (Feature) – Underworld: Evolution - Siggy Ferstl [13]
  • HPA Award – Outstanding Color Correction - ESPN's Arthur Ashe Awards – “Afghan Women's Soccer” - Siggy Ferstl [14]
2005
  • MVPA Award – Best Colorist/Telecine – Modest Mouse – “Ocean Breathes Salty” – Dave Hussey [15]
  • da Vinci Award – Master Colorist (Feature) – “Travelers and Musicians” – Siggy Ferstl
2004
  • MVPA Award – Best Colorist/Telecine – Beyoncé feat. Jay-Z – “Crazy in Love” – Dave Hussey [16]

References[edit]

[1]

External links[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.imdb.com/company/co0028470/