The deal sees Technicolor provide services ranging from production, post-production and release printing to distribution services for theatrical and subsequent windows.
“As partners, Technicolor and Relativity Media are both very like-minded innovators and strategic thinkers,” Relativity president Michael Joe said. “After a complete assessment of the market, we selected Technicolor because of their broad commitment to the industry, their remarkable legacy and leading digital capabilities.”
“We are delighted to be broadening and deepening our relationship with a fast moving partner like Relativity Media as they continue evolving their business model,” Technicolor CEO Frederic Rose said.
“As the industry shifts rapidly to digital, we are committed to continue our investment in technology innovation to provide the most efficient and advanced workflows and services to our partners.”