Digital animation and visual effects studio Keyframe Digital Productions has begun producing the visual effects for 13 one-hour episodes of the new original fantasy-noir series, Lost Girl, according to Keyframe co-founders Clint Green and Darren Cranford.
Press Release from KeyFrame
Keyframe Digital is Awarded Visual Effects for 13 One-Hour Episodes of New Fantasy-Noir Series, Lost Girl
Set to Debut in Fall On Showcase
Niagara-On-The-Lake, ON— Digital animation and visual effects studio Keyframe Digital Productions has begun producing the visual effects for 13 one-hour episodes of the new original fantasy-noir series, Lost Girl, according to Keyframe co-founders Clint Green and Darren Cranford. The series will air on Canada’s Showcase in the fall.
Prodigy Pictures developed Lost Girl in association with Canwest Broadcasting and Showcase. Executive Producers are Jay Firestone, Michelle Lovretta, Peter Mohan, Plato Fountidakis, and Paul Rapovski. Producer is Wanda Chaffey.
The series follows supernatural seductress Bo (Anna Silk), a Succubus who feeds on the sexual energy of mortals. Growing up with human parents, Bo had no reason to believe she was anything other than the girl next door – until she drained her boyfriend to death in their first sexual encounter. Now she has hit the road alone and afraid. She discovers she is one of the Fae, creatures of legend and folklore, who pass as humans while feeding off them in secret, as they have for millennia. Relieved yet horrified to find out that she is not alone, Bo decides to take the middle path between the humans and the Fae while embarking on a personal mission to unlock the secrets of her origin.
Keyframe will perform all visual effects work, including on-set supervision with Green serving as visual effects supervisor and Cranford as director of visual effects.
The studio is also handling visual effects for the second season of the supernatural drama “Warehouse 13,” produced by Universal Cable Productions, returning to Syfy on July 6.
About Prodigy Pictures:
Founded in 2006 by Jay Firestone, Prodigy Pictures leads the way in the production of quality film, television and cross-platform media. Its credits include the critically acclaimed feature Stuck and the television mini-series XIII, broadcast onCanwest and NBC. Along with the Lost Girl series, Prodigy is in pre-production on XIII-The Series. The company has several feature film and television projects in.
About Keyframe Digital Productions:
Keyframe Digital Productions provides a multitude of digital services including 3D animation, animation co-production planning, on-set supervision, pre-visualization, and state-of-the-art visual effects with an emphasis on broadcast digital animation and VFX.
The studio has provided visual effects for many television series including Warehouse 13, The Dresden Files, The Tutors, Wild Roses, Regenesis and Mutant X. Keyframe also provided all visual effects work for the movie Crazy Canucks, a feature length “dramedy”, Harriet the Spy, for the Disney Channel and The Victor Davis Story.
Keyframe’s feature film credits include Secret Window, Driven, Left Behind, Exit Wounds, Don’t Say a Word, K-19—The Widowmaker, Bulletproof Monk, X-Men, Zombie Land and most recently RED, starring Bruce Willis.
The studio co-produced and created 3D animation for the second season of Sesame Workshop’s Pinky Dinky Doo. The animated series consisted of 52 eight-minute episodes and 104 three-minute games. In addition, three animation series are currently in development.
For more information, go to: www.keyframe.ca