The dubbing and subtitling studio has completed the dubbing, into English, of the highly anticipated biographical miniseries produced by MGE. In addition, it announced original production tracks for Nina & Olga, and TPN assessment in Brazil and Mexico studios.
Liliam Hernandez (CEO) and Gema Lopez (COO) announced this week some highlights of the company`s activities in the early part of 2021.
With several localization projects in all its facilities worldwide, Universal Cinergia is proud to have completed the dubbing, into English, of the highly anticipated biographical series Isabel, produced by MGE, which tells the story of Isabel Allende, the best-selling Latin American author. The series premiered on HBO Max in early March.
Expanding the range of services provided, Universal Cinergia is currently working on the creation of the original voices for Nina & Olga, animated title co-produced by Mondo TV Iberoamerica and Enanimation, which will premiere on Ray Play and Ray Yoyo in Italy later this year.
“This project has been a delight to work on. We have been collaborating very closely with the creative team of Mondo TV. Based on the characters’ description, our team makes the creative choices and selects the voices that will better fit each character. Bringing a character to life through providing the original voices is highly rewarding, and we are very proud of this work!”, said Gema Lopez.
“We are happy to be able to offer this service to the international creative community, and we plan to continue offering it to global producers, diversifying the types of services we provide,” she added.
On the topic of content security, the Miami facilities have been assessed by TPN (Trusted Partner Network), an industry-wide film and television content protection initiative, which validates the company’s commitment to quality. The program seeks to raise security awareness, preparedness and capabilities, and establishes a single benchmark of minimum-security preparedness for all vendors and their teams.
The Brazil and Mexico studios have begun undergoing the TPN assessment, a process that involves several content security measures, following the guidelines of the MPAA. Required by most major clients, overall vendors (dubbing studios and post-production facilities) that handle large volumes of content must be assessed by the TPN.