CVP EXPANDS IN BELGIUM P rovider of production equipment and services, CVP, has furthered its expansion into Europe with the launch of a larger and more comprehensive facility in Belgium. Led by René van der Reiden, managing director at CVP Belgium, the new facility in Vilvoorde spans over 850 sq m, comprising sales offices, demo spaces and warehousing dedicated to stocking the latest and most sought-after kit. The new site also boasts an engineering department staffed by specialist technicians with deep expertise in production and testing – ensuring swift repairs and minimising downtime on customers’ equipment – with support for multiple languages. Additionally, CVP has established a dedicated Service Centre, expanding its renowned ProRepairs and service capabilities to the rest of Europe. The Service Centre is led by engineering EVOLUTION CVP’s Belgium facility will offer dedicated warehousing plus improved access to kit and repairs in Europe
manager Ismail Kalinbaldir, an authorised engineer with almost 20 years of experience in the industry. CVP is one of the world’s only approved Authorised Service Centres (ASCs) to many of the most prominent manufacturers in the industry, such
MILK OPENS VFX STUDIO IN BARCELONA A ward-winning studio Milk VFX, whose recent credits include Sally El Hosaini’s The Swimmers and Amazon’s Three Pines , has recently opened a hub in Barcelona’s 22@ district. Building upon the firm’s presence on the continent in London, Dublin and Bordeaux – and its recent acquisition of Lola Post Production – this outpost sees Milk expanding operations around Europe further still, and will be headed by Milk VFX 2D supervisor Jorge Oliva Ruiz de León. as Canon, Sony, RED, Core SWX, BeBob, Teradek, SmallHD, TV Logic, Angénieux, Cartoni, OConnor, Sachtler, Vinten and Litepanels, among others. Now European users will be able to take full advantage of this unique expertise, too.
UK GLOBAL SCREEN FUND LAUNCHES DATA HUB U nveiled in early August, the UK Global Screen Fund Data Hub aims to enhance UK content by providing creators with insights into international consumption patterns. The platform will provide monthly reports on international demand and viewership, powered by Parrot Analytics and Digital i, respectively. The Data Hub launch follows a successful pilot project, which investigated the different types of market data that would be most valuable to the UK’s independent screen industries. By interpreting audience behaviours and preferences, productions can make more informed business decisions, aiding the British economy and screen sectors specifically.
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