Tagged With: Framestore
For the fifth consecutive year, every film nominated for the Oscar for Best Visual Effects is powered by NVIDIA technology, with NVIDIA GPUs playing an integral role in pipelines for WETA, Framestore, ILM and Pixomondo.
The collaboration between Qualcomm, Ogilvy & Mather LA and Framestore's New York studio continues with an epic new Snapdragon spot, Unsung Hero.
Framestore, the British VFX company behind box office hits Gravity and Iron Man 3, expands its business presence in North America, deploying high performance, end-to-end Dell solutions in support of current, big-budget projects like RoboCop and Edge of Tomorrow.
Among stiff competition, Framestore is nominated for the Oscar for Best Visual Effects for its work on Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity.
Framestore taps Golaem Crowd to create 40,000 cheering fans for the Nike “Dare to be Brazilian” campaign.
Framestore welcomes Annette Wullems to the VFX team as Senior Producer on Jupiter Ascending, the Andy and Lana Wachowski film.
VFX Producer Sophie Orde joins Framestore’s film department, where she has been hired to run the production for Universal’s ‘Dracula Untold.’
Framestore's Oliver Bersey helps director Matt Lossoso to tour through Doctor Who history in the trailer for the 50th anniversary special airing November 23.
CVMP Conference to explore cutting-edge advances in post production technology; speakers include Tim Webber, VFX Supervisor on ‘Gravity.’
Framestore partners with Saatchi & Saatchi for Hans Strudel, a series of commercials and an online short film for Toaster Strudel.
Framestore collaborates with Boys and Girls to develop a 30’ spot for Three Ireland's new ‘all you can eat everything' plan.
Framestore's LA operation announces the opening of its new permanent home: a specially designed and ultra-spacious studio in Culver City, heartland of the moving image.
Digital Producer Christine Cattano joins Framestore NY to serve as production lead on digital and integrated projects.
In just eight weeks, Framestore deliveres 113 shots for Marvel’s “Iron Man 3,” including helping to set the look for one of the movie’s key effects – Extremis.
Visual effects company Framestore wins two awards for Best Visual Effects at the Clios, taking silver for Qualcomm Snapdragon “Coming Soon” and bronze for the groundbreaking simulation VFX used to dismantle the Nissan Altima in “Wouldn’t It Be Cool.”
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.
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.