Monday, April 15, 2024
Subscribe Now

Voice Of The Crew - Since 2002

Los Angeles, California

HomeAwardsSim Group's Rob Sim Receives Canadian Directors Guild Honor

Sim Group’s Rob Sim Receives Canadian Directors Guild Honor

-

Rob Sim
Rob Sim

The Directors Guild of Canada presented its 2014 DGC Honorary Life Member Award to SIM Group president and CEO Rob Sim at the annual DGC Awards gala in Toronto. The award is presented each year to an individual whose outstanding contribution to the industry has had a major beneficial impact on the guild and guild members.

“I am grateful to the Director’s Guild of Canada for bestowing this prestigious award upon me,” said Sim. “I am honored yet feel this award is not just about me but also about all of the talented and devoted professionals in our industry with whom I have had the good fortune to meet and work beside.”

Sim co-founded Sim Video (now known as SIM Digital) in 1982 with the intention of providing film and broadcast producers with the latest in video equipment rentals. His leadership helped propel the company forward to become the first rental house in Canada to offer high definition cameras and production equipment. His dedication and commitment to new technologies drove SIM to further expand its services to include digital cinema and broadcast cameras, lenses and postproduction tools.

In May 2013, SIM Digital acquired PS Production Services, one of Canada’s largest lighting and grip companies, with offices in Vancouver, Toronto and Halifax. The addition of PS further strengthened SIM’s global position as a comprehensive service provider for the motion picture and television industry. In June 2014, SIM merged with Hollywood-based post house Chainsaw.

In 2011, Sim received the prestigious Bill Hilson award from the Canadian Society of Cinematographers for outstanding service contributing to the development of the motion picture industry.

- Advertisment -

Popular

Beowulf and 3-D

0
By Henry Turner Beowulf in 3D is a unique experience, raising not just questions about future of cinema, but also posing unique problems that the...