The Hollywood actor James Frain dubs the “Fringe” series at “Graffitti Studio”

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The worldwide filmmakers "Warner Bros" hired the Media Company "Graffitti Studio" ( for their second dubbing project. After the successful work on the CBS serial "Moonlight", the studio was invited to take up a new project. "Warner Bros" turned to the media company for a dubbing session with the actor James Frain ("Elizabeth", "The empire" "Spartak", etc.). He came into the studio to dub series of the "Fringe" movie, the newest Warner Bros production, which world premiere was on 9th September, 2008 on FOX private channel.
"We gave our best to get this project done, led by the ambition to demonstrate once again how professional and outstanding team we are. Also, we'd like to be recognized as a trustworthy and dedicated company that is never giving up until the client gets what he wants. We know perfectly well that the real challenge, when doing business, is to stand completely behind our clients' interests and fight for them even if all odds are against us. This positive attitude has repaid to us many times because everyone needs to be sure that he is communicating with the right guys who are going to share the risk with him and take responsibility for their actions. And when a client is getting back to us again and again since our first contact, that's a certain proof that we've done a great job and won another partner on our side", said Mr. Nikolay Ivanov, CEO of "Graffitti Studio.

"Warner Bros" production team was impressed by the technical facilities at "Grafftti Studio" as well as the precise coordination of the whole event. In other side all at "Graffitti" remained enthusiastic to the very end of the recording with the guest star James Frain. "It was extremely exciting and interesting for us to record face to face with a man succeeded in Hollywood. Such a chance does not come by every day." told Cvetan Chobanov, the production coordinator for "Graffitti Studio"

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