Magazine article Screen International

Spain's Molinare and Infinia to Merge Their Post Production Companies

Magazine article Screen International

Spain's Molinare and Infinia to Merge Their Post Production Companies

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Imagina's post production outfit Molinare and competitor Infinia, part-owned by Filmax, are in advanced negotiations to merge their two companies.

Molinare and Infinia are already the two leading post production outfits in Spain, alongside Vertice 360's Apuntolapospo. The new merged entity will integrate the two company's post-production activities with each company retaining its own specialisations and portfolio of clients.

"The negotiations, which began some time ago, are in an advanced stage with only a few aspects of the agreements between the partners left to be ironed out as well as presenting the deal to the Spanish Competition Commission," the two companies confirmed in a press statement.

Molinare is based in Madrid and Barcelona and is part of the Imagina Group, with 128 staff members and an annual turn-over of $16m ([euro]12m). The company has worked on the effects for several key titles, including those sold by Imagina, such as Nacho G Velilla's comedy Chef's Special and Miguel Marti's comedy horror Sexykiller, as well as other major Spanish films such as Pedro Almodovar's Bad Education and All About My Mother. …

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