Los Angeles, CA (August 16, 2018)—Film production and post-production house Sugar Studios recently unveiled new facilities that extend across three floors of the Wiltern Theater Tower in Los Angeles, including a 25-seat Dolby Atmos mix stage designed and integrated by Audio Intervisual Design (AID).
L.A.-based facility integrator AID worked closely with Sugar Studios, formerly headquartered on the building’s fourth floor, providing design, construction and acoustics, equipment selection, programming and overall management support for the expansion onto the ninth and penthouse floors. In addition to the Dolby Atmos mix stage and 4K color/DI theater, Sugar’s new penthouse facilities also include 15 VFX and edit workstations and offers a stone balcony with panoramic views of the L.A. skyline.
“Jim Pace and AID started working with us when we were first planning this expansion,” says Jijo Reed, principal, Sugar Studios, “and they were an integral partner throughout the entire process. We couldn’t be happier with the results.” Sugar Studios offers complete packages for independent films and series and services that include editorial, color, audio, visual effects, graphics, a green-screen cyclorama stage and a screening theater.
Additionally, Sugar Pictures LA offers content-production partnerships that leverage its post production services. Sugar Pictures’ first feature film, Shine, a co-production with 13 Paces, starring David Zayas, hits theaters worldwide this fall. Sugar recently completed all post services The Oath, starring Ike Barinholtz and Tiffany Haddish, for QC Entertainment, producers of Get Out.
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