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Molinare, the London-based post-production house that has worked on a string of successful film and television hits, including Ridley Scott’s Prometheus and the BBC’s Silent Witness, has been bought out of administration by one of its previous owners.
The company, based in Soho, was rescued by a management team led by Steve Milne, safeguarding 150 jobs.
Other investors include Mr Milne’s British Film Company, and venture capital specialist Next Wave Partners.
Molinare was placed into administration by Century Communications of India, which had bought a majority stake in Molinare in 2008 from Mr Milne, who rescued Molinare for the first time in 2003, for in the region of £5m.
The rescue deal involved a pre-pack administration.
Mr Milne, who cut all ties with the company in 2010, told The Sunday Telegraph that Molinare will
get back to doing what it does best, focusing on post-production.
He will be chairman and has appointed Julie Parmenter, formerly global head of sales and operations at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, as managing director.
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