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30/06/2006

Fujifilm Motion Picture appoint new sales person

Fuji Photo Film (UK) Ltd have announced the appointment of Colin Ricardo as Business Development Manager for Motion Picture Products in the UK.
Ricardo has worked for Fuji’s professional film department for the past 10 years, selling highly acclaimed products such as Provia, Reala, Astia, Neopan and the ground-breaking Velvia film products. With this experience, Ricardo brings an expert knowledge of film emulsions and photography to the Motion Picture Products department.
Ricardo will be responsible for motion picture negative film sales to commercials, promos and TV dramas, and is based at our office in Swiss Cottage, London. He will work alongside Rachel Baker, Sales Manager for Feature Films and Short Films, to ensure the success of Fujifilm motion picture negative film in the UK.
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