Double Negative Provides Invisible VFX in Finding Neverland
Many other moments in the film required subtle enhancements such as magical Tinkerbell effects and several flying shots. In addition, it had to be ensured that London appeared as it would have in 1904. All the foregrounds were well art-directed by production designer Gemma Jackson's team but Double Negative assisted by removing the ugliest of modern buildings, power lines and other modern anachronisms from a number of shots.
Since its formation in 1998, Double Negative (www.dneg.com) has firmly established itself as a leading player in visual effects production worldwide. Located in the heart of London's Soho, the company is a pre-eminent visual effects studio with more than 30 features to its credit, and is working on HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE and BATMAN RETURNS.