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Harbor Adds 2nd London Stage to Expand ADR


Alex Stylianou / Harbor

Harbor’s latest expansion in their three-story London studio at Turnmills adds a second ADR stage, led by ADR mixers Alex Stylianou and James Gregory. This 2nd ADR stage adds to the current 3 sound mix stages, 2 DI theatres, offline editorial suites, finishing rooms, and mastering & distribution lab located at Turnmills. Meanwhile, Harbor maintains their dailies operations out of their Windsor studios.

Throughout his career, Stylianou has built strong working relationships with a host of acclaimed directors, a-list actors, and respected dialogue editors across the globe. Recent credits include No Time to Die, Stranger Things, The Witcher, Tetris, Wednesday, and Daisy Jones & The Six. Top filmmakers Alex has collaborated with include Danny Boyle, Rian Johnson, Tim Burton, Ridley Scott, Paul Feig, Sam Raimi, Kenneth Branagh, James Mangold, Matthew Vaughn, and Guy Ritchie. Stylianou joins Harbor after a successful tenure at Goldcrest.

Commenting on this new expansion to Harbor’s global audio capabilities, commercial director James Corless said, “ADR has always been a carefully considered part of our expansion in London, and we’re excited to build on our global ADR offerings to provide our clients with an even more comprehensive experience in the UK. We’re thrilled to have Alex, alongside James, lead operations for our second ADR stage and further enhance the client experience.”

About Harbor: 

In 2012, The Harbor Picture Company was launched as an independent studio crafting
premium content for the feature film, episodic, and advertising industries.

Founded as a home for moving image creativity at the forefront of the digital media
era, Harbor disrupted a fragmented approach to filmmaking by bringing together all
production and post-production disciplines under one roof – a unified creative process

Since then, Harbor has grown to a global company with operations in New York, Los Angeles, London, Chicago, and Atlanta. Relentlessly focused on talent, technical innovation, and protection of artistic vision, Harbor hones every detail throughout the moving image-making process: live-action, dailies, creative & offline editorial, design, visual effects, sound & picture finishing.

Notable feature and episodic post-production projects include, Bardo, False Chronicles of a Handful Truths, directed by Alejandro G. Iñárritu for NetflixHalloween Ends, directed by David Gordon Green for Universal Pictures; Lisey’s Story, created by Pablo Larraín for AppleTV+; When You Finish Saving the World, written and directed by Jesse Eisenberg for A24; Hunters Season 2, created by David Weil for Amazon PrimeYour Place or Mine, directed by Aline Brosh McKenna for NetflixThe Humans, directed by Stephen Karam for A24; Hamilton, directed by Thomas Kail for Disney; Passing, directed by Rebekah Hall for Netflix; Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, directed by Quentin Tarantino for Sony Entertainment; The Irishman, directed by Martin Scorsese for Netflix; Solo: A Star Wars Story, directed by Ron Howard for Lucasfilm; Billions, created by Brian Koppelman, David Levien, and Andrew Ross Sorkin for Showtime. Harbor’s advertising brand clients include American Express, Nike, Adidas, Swarovski, Gap, Victoria’s Secret, Dior, Versace, Estee Lauder, Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren, Tide, Mercedes, Toyota, Walmart, Citibank, Eliquis, Humira, Sanofi, Bounty, Olay, Crest, and Cascade.

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