Film.UA's Postmodern studio handled "Hotel Portofino" post-production

The Ukrainian company was in charge of sound supervision, editing of dialogue, ADR, sound effects, ambient sound design, mixing and mastering for the brand-new British series.

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"Hotel Portofino"

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Postmodern post-production studio, a part of Film.UA Group, handled post-production for the brand-new British series "Hotel Portofino" produced by Eagle Eye Drama, which CEO, Walter Iuzzolino, is one of the Executive Producers on the series.

Postmodern handled sound supervision, editing of dialogue, ADR, sound effects, ambient sound design, mixing and mastering for the historical drama created by Matt Baker and directed by Adam Wimpenny. The story takes place in the 1920s Italy, when Mussolini rises to power and fascism begins to take hold. It follows an English woman named Bella Ainsworth who moves to the Italian Riviera to open her own hotel in the small town of Portofino. The show stars Natascha McElhone ("Ronin").



"Hotel Portofino" premiered on the 27th of January on the popular VOD service BritBox in the United Kingdom and will launch in the USA and Canada on PBS later this year. The series has also just launched on Foxtel, and soon to launch in Italy on Sky Italia. The title has also been acquired by Denmark (DR), Sweden (SVT), Norway (NRK), Finland (YLE) and more.



This is not the first collaboration with major global productions for this studio; the company was involved in the development of visual effects for the HBO series "Chernobyl" and Chinese blockbuster "The Wandering Earth". In 2020, Postmodern joined the Netflix Post Partner Program for Ukrainian voice-over; and last year they were certified by TPN (Trusted Partner Network), allowing them to work with major studios like Disney and Warner Bros.