Tagged With: Framestore
As part of AWN’s Professional Spotlight series -- a series of exclusive video interviews shot during FMX 2014 – Max Solomon, an animation supervisor at Framestore, talks about the animation, previs and onset virtual technology used on the Oscar-winning film ‘Gravity.’
Framestore's London and Montreal teams deliver over 500 shots to help realize the Wachowski’s lavish and beautifully designed sci-fi universe, including CG hero characters, CG environments, digital doubles, and a host of CG space ships and planets, along with all manner of explosions, fireballs, shattering glass and liquid nano-technology.
New role will see Walker lead the design of characters and environments across the London Integrated Advertising team’s CG work.
Oscar-nominated VFX supervisor discusses the challenges of creating two believable CG action heroes.
Visual effects festival, conference and job fair to include presentations on the invisible effects of ‘Birdman,’ ILM’s work on ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier,’ the making of ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,’ the miniature effects of ‘Interstellar,” and more.
Vicon T40 cameras enable VFX house Framestore to carry out quality previsualization for marmalade loving bear Paddington.
Framestore hires executive producer Luis Ribeiro to oversee business development for integrated advertising in New York.
Framestore dishes out Christmas cuteness with the “cutest ad ever,” including puppies, kittens, piglets, and a gloriously incongruous CG Narwhal.
Alex Pejic, Stephane Nazé, Nigel Denton-Howes and Oscar-winner George Murphy join Framstore’s London and Montreal film offices.
London-based VFX house teams with visualization specialists The Third Floor to help launch O2's ‘Be More Dog’ campaign into outer space.
The Corrie-loving snail, whose life is transformed by Freesat’s Freetime service, is created by Framestore for a new campaign by TellyJuice and director David Skinner.
Framestore delivers more than 700 VFX shots for Universal’s ‘Dracula Untold,’ including CG environments, CG battle scenes and millions of CG bats, as well as look development and character animation for the film’s central character, Vlad Tepes, also known as Vlad the Impaler.
Gavin and Jason Fox, two of the genius creatives behind the ‘Secret Cinema’ shows, join the company’s Digital team in London.
A new international trailer shows off many of the film’s effects, overseen by Christian Manz and produced at Framestore, Milk VFX, Level 256 and Peanut.
Visual effects house announces the permanent addition of London-based senior design producer Dasha Legge.
Visual effects industry veteran joins Framestore’s film studio in Montreal, where he will be responsible for overseeing the day to day operation of the facility.
Framestore, The Capture Lab, Bradford University, Lumiscaphe, TechViz and Autodesk to present motion capture techniques for media, entertainment and product design.
Framestore partners with Richard Ayoade to provide over visual effects on more than 150 shots on his second feature film, an adaption of Dostoyevsky’s The Double.
Framestore teams with Wieden + Kennedy Portland to create “The Power of Hair,” a new digital experience for Old Spice.