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MPC Hires Colorist Matthieu Toullet

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Matthieu Toullet.
Matthieu Toullet

MPC announced colorist Matthieu Toullet has joined its team, from Digital District, Paris, with over 12 years experience grading commercials, films and music videos.

Matthieu has worked on numerous projects including the Jeppe Ronde-directed Come 4 spot “The Lover” , which was awarded a Gold Lion for its cinematography at the Cannes Lions 2013. His work spans many genres, from the urban street campaign for Adidas’ “Unite all Originals,” with SoMe and Sid Lee, to fashion films for Cacharel and Jean Paul Gaultier. He has worked with directors such as Terry Hall, Bart Timmer and Jean-Baptiste Mondino.

“Matthieu represents one of the most exciting color talents today and we’ve been admirers of his work for many years,” said global creative director of color grading Jean-Clément Soret. “As head of color grading at Digital District he brings a deep technical knowledge, and combined with his unique cinematic style makes him a fantastic addition to our colorist roster.”

Matthieu said, “The color grading department at MPC is viewed as one of the finest in the world. I’m thrilled to become part of this first-class team, working amongst an established group of renowned colorists and artists.”

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