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  1. Banijay Nordic Unveils Post-Production House OnePost

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    Banijay Nordic today announces a new post-production entity specialising in scripted content, OnePost AB, a fully equipped facility committed to delivering quality content and the best creative workflows.

    OnePost is poised to meet the evolving needs of the Nordic media industry, setting new benchmarks in scripted content post-production services across feature films, drama, and series. Formerly Filmlance’s post-production arm OnePost, has a history of producing quality post-production since 2009 and start producing same high quality scripted content standard to leading external clients since 2010, which Recent and forthcoming Scripted content credits include Ronja the Robber’s Daughter, The Bridge, Arne Dahl, Beck, The Sandhamn Murders, Borg vs. McEnroe, The Immigrants, Sune, Håkan Bråkan, Hammarskjöld, Together 99 and A Nearly Normal Family.

    Services are available for all production labels and include online mastering and delivery, sound, colour grading, editing and VFX, available from start-to-finish.

    The OnePost AB leadership will consist of Ulrik Rasch as CEO; Peter Bengtsson serving as Head of Creative, along with Anneli Oscarsson, Head of Production and Admin, while all current staff from former Filmlance’s post-production will continue at OnePost AB.

    Ulrik Rasch, CEO of OnePost comments: “The launch of OnePost is a strategic move in Sweden to concentrate our expertise in the scripted content post-production business and reinforce our creative ambition in this space. This new offering is dedicated to bringing each production’s creative vision to life, and we look forward to taking on new projects and clients from across the Nordics.”

    Banijay Nordic spans Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Finland and brings together a world-class offering of scripted and non-scripted programming. Scripted content entities part of Banijay Nordic include Rubicon in Norway; Filmlance, Yellow Bird and Jarowskij in Sweden; Mastiff in Denmark; as well as Jarowskij and EndemolShine in Finland.