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    VOLTAGE PICTURES – Company Biography. Founded in 2005 by veteran sales agent and Academy Award-winner Nicolas Chartier, Voltage Pictures has emerged as one of the most distinguished and well-rounded finance, production and distribution companies in the industry with its film, television and merchandising units.

  3. Voltage Pictures LLC: Company Profile - Bloomberg

    Company profile & key executives for Voltage Pictures LLC (1471018D:-) including description, corporate address, management team and contact info.

  4. Voltage Pictures - Wikipedia

    Voltage Pictures is an American film financing, ... Voltage filed a Statement of Claim in Canada's Federal Court (Voltage Pictures LLC v. John Doe and Jane Doe ...

  5. Voltage Pictures - YouTube

    Founded in 2005, Voltage Pictures is an international sales, finance and production operation created by veteran sales agent and Academy Award winner Nicolas...

  6. Voltage Pictures, LLC: Private Company Information - Bloomberg

    Voltage Pictures, LLC company research & investing information. Find executives and the latest company news.

  7. Voltage Pictures, LLC et al v. Ryan Blake (3:14-cv-01875 ...

    Voltage Pictures, LLC et al v. Ryan Blake (3:14-cv-01875), Oregon District Court, Filed: 11/22/2014 - PacerMonitor Mobile Federal and Bankruptcy Court PACER Dockets

  8. Voltage Pictures Acquired By China’s Anhui Xinke: Report ...

    Nicolas Chartier's Voltage Pictures is reportedly the latest Hollywood firm to come under Chinese control.

  9. Copyright v. Privacy: Voltage Pictures LLC v. John Doe And ...

    The recent Federal Court of Canada decision in Voltage Pictures LLC v. John Doe and Jane Doe (2014 FC 161) has already received considerable attention for its approach to deterring so-called copyright trolls.

  10. Voltage Pictures Sued For Copyright Infringement

    Voltage Pictures, a movie company with a reputation for chasing down alleged Internet pirates, is being sued for "blatant" breaches of copyright. After promoting its own version of a Godzilla movie without first obtaining permission from its Japanese owner, Voltage is now being called out as "outrageous in the extreme."