In one of the first effort to come out of Framestore's new LA studio, Framestore teams up with 180LA and Pepsi on a new advertising campaign featuring Beyoncé.
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Framestore’s New York office creates 35 minutes of effects, opening titles for Alex Gibney’s Wikileaks documentary, “We Steal Secrets.”
Framestore’s VFX work on “Lincoln” is all about assisting the filmmakers in an invisible way by recreating America as it was in 1865, ripped in two by civil war.
Framestore announces the opening of its Montreal office, which will accommodate confirmed film VFX work for 2013.
Framestore teams with Buzz Aldrin, BBH, Biscuit London, Blink and Caviar Content to create an all new campaign promoting an out-of-this-world competition from Axe.
Framestore teams with Daniel Kleinman to deliver a spectacular opening title sequence for “Skyfall.”
This October, Escape Studios hosts the first-ever VFX festival in London, celebrating a decade of VFX excellence in the UK.
Framestore is partnering with McLaren Group, the Woking-based family of niche high-tech companies, to launch a brand new media company called McLaren Animation.
Visual effects company Framestore announced the appointment of two high-profile names from the world of digital craft innovation: interactive producer Jonny Dixon and interactive director Robin Carlisle.
Framestore is further strengthening its CG department and integrated offering by hiring Liz Oliver, a CG line producer with extensive experience in multiplatform disciplines.
Led by visual effects supervisor Jonathan Fawkner, Framestore created some 300 shots for the Warner Bros. feature “Wrath of the Titans."
Framestore is promoting Jon Collins, currently Founder and President of Framestore’s New York operation, to the newly created role of President of Integrated Advertising (Worldwide).
Framestore’s highly talented artists have been nominated for three VES awards in categories stretching across features and commercials.
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows opens on 16th December 2011 in the USA and the UK. The sequel to 2009’s box office smash, Sherlock Holmes, the film sees Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law reprising their roles as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, with Guy Ritchie once more at the helm.
Framestore’s busy commercials production department is expanding, taking on two new producers: Bumble Davis (formerly head of production at Golden Square) and James Alexander (hailing from Envy).
Oscar-winning visual effects house, Framestore, is embarking on a joint enterprise with Arts University College Bournemouth (AUCB) to create a regional outpost for visual effects preparatory work.
Framestore has helped AMV and Partizan’s directing collective, Traktor, find surprising ways to spend hypothetical money for the latest Lotto campaign.
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy is released in the UK on 16th September 2011 and will open in the US on 9th December.