HOLLYWOOD--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 13, 1999--Two of television's most popular shows now have something in common in addition to executive producer David E. Kelley. The Practice, winner of the Best Drama Series EMMY(TM) award for the second consecutive year, and Ally McBeal winner of the EMMY for Best Comedy Series, are both filmed on Fujifilm motion picture stock. These EMMY winning shows were honored during last night's annual awards telecast from Hollywood, CA.
``On behalf of everyone at Fujifilm, I would like to congratulate all parties involved with the production of The Practice and Ally McBeal,'' said Mark Murphy, Vice President & General Manager, Professional Motion Picture Products Division, Fuji Photo Film U.S.A. Inc. ``Of special note, we convey our thanks to Dennis Smith and Billy Dickson, directors of photography for The Practice and Ally McBeal, respectively, for choosing Fujifilm motion picture stock.''
The hallmark of Fujifilm motion picture films has always been technical excellence and outstanding performance for the demanding imaging needs of this industry. Fujifilm's wide array of motion picture products provides directors of photography with the highest quality films offering outstanding reproduction quality, consistent reliability and unsurpassed imaging performance.
Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc. is the U.S. marketing subsidiary of Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd. of Tokyo, a leading manufacturer of imaging and information products. These include professional and consumer film and cameras, chemical-free digital photographic color printers, minilabs, photographic paper and photofinishing supplies, digital imaging products including digital cameras for commercial and consumer use, professional motion picture film, professional and consumer videotape, audiocassettes, computer floppy disks, data tapes and cartridges, optical disks, microfilm and other micrographic products, graphic arts film, conventional and digital printing plates, analog and digital color proofing systems, as well as drum and flatbed scanners, imagesetters, and computer-to-plate systems. Fujicolor Processing, Inc. is a subsidiary of Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc., providing wholesale photofinishing through a network of laboratories across the country.