Double Negative & Framestore Become Early Adopters of MARI
Double Negative is a full-service VFX facility capable of handling projects from initial design through on-set supervision and production to post-production. Throughout its growth, Dneg has always sought to retain the creative drive and involvement of its artists through all projects, ensuring that they have a close collaboration with clients. At the same time, Double Negative’s R & D Department is constantly developing groundbreaking software to ensure it remains at the cutting edge of global VFX.
This approach ensures films both small and large receive the same high standard of creative and technical service and makes for a winning combination that has resulted in Double Negative being nominated for both the BAFTA and Academy Awards for The Dark Knight in 2009.
Framestore has been working in digital film for over twenty years now, creating original and astonishing work that has helped make it the largest visual effects and computer animation studio in Europe.
Their teams have built up a formidable reputation across every imaginable digital discipline, from creatures to environments, from fur to feathers, from particles to characters.
2008 saw the Framestore recognised at the film industry's highest levels, as their work on The Golden Compass won both the Academy Award and the BAFTA for Achievement in Special Effects.
In 2009 their work on The Dark Knight was recognised with nominations for the Academy Award and the BAFTA for Achievement in Special Effects.