Visual effects company Framestore wins the 2013 London Design Week award for Best Broadcast Design for its work on the main title sequence for James Bond feature, Skyfall.
Never mind smashing the British box office record and becoming the biggest Bond film ever, Skyfall's opening title sequence has won a Design Week Award! The collaboration with director Danny Kleinman and Rattling Stick was named the Best Broadcast Design at the award ceremony last night.
VFX Supervisor William Bartlett, who was there to collect the award, wanted to thank everyone who worked on the sequence: "Winning reflects the amazing amount of effort and collaboration that went into the sequence, there’s so much hard work behind every pixel and I’m incredibly proud of the team."
The Design Week judges said "This piece drew upon the past, rich legacy of Bond and connected with the future through its impressive visuals."
Framestore was also nominated in the Exhibition Design category for its Valentino Rose Installation.
Jennifer Wolfe is Director of News & Content at Animation World Network.