Experienced software and tech exec Craig Rodgerson will spearhead developing the company’s strategic direction and building its product line.
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New location due to open in early 2018 will be Academy Award-winning VFX company’s sixth international facility.
Oscar-winning independent U.K. visual effects house secures investment from the Business Growth Fund to grow the company, with increased focus in the feature film market.
Conjuring giant elephants, magical serpents and the out-of-this-world CG environments, London and Montréal studios contribute a total of 437 VFX shots to director Guy Ritchie’s Medieval adventure.
Fuzzy analogue music and geometric digital animation collide in new film collaboration with electronica artist Lux Prima, the alter ego of composer and producer Jean-Gabriel Becker.
CG-animated feature in production at Canadian animation studio to be adapted by ‘Cloudy 2’ director Kris Pearn.
Smoke & Mirrors production outfit Rock Hound teams up with London animation company Mummu to create an underwater stop-motion animated commercial for credit card brand Aqua.
Promotion follows the award-winning production and animation company’s expansion into Amsterdam and New York.
New U.K. outpost led by EP James Prosser and executive director Martin Hobbs alongside VFX supervisors Matt Kasmir and Jesper Kjölsrud and art director Rafael Morant to provide effects for George Clooney’s ‘Suburbicon’ feature written by the Coen Brothers.
Expansive program of screenings and discussion celebrating the vibrant field of experimental animation to be held December 9-11 at Whitechapel Gallery and Close-Up Cinema in London.
Previs studio’s creative and technical visualization helps realize epic scenes for Emmy-winning episode, ‘The Battle of the Bastards.’
New appointment of industry expert follows the departure of former animation & kids TV consultant Bob Thompson.
London-based illustrator and GIF maker creates whimsical visuals inspired by Stephen Hawking’s theory of time travel.
CG-animated short film directed and produced by Steve Smith and designed by directorial team Mighty is based on a story by Simon Hewitt.
Two new VFX-specific apprenticeships to be launched in Fall 2016 at five world-class studios including Framestore, Double Negative, Jellyfish, Lexhag and The Mill.
Who: Kyle Balda co- director of Minions and The Lorax, Illumination Studios &
Andrew Gordon – Directing Animator, Pixar.
Over 50 years of experience between t
What: A two day Directing for Animation Masterclass. Everything from the fundamentals of animating character to best practice for feature direction. These are going to be two highly interactive days full of practical exercises and lectures.hem.
Where: The University of Greenwich – King William Building
When: 3rd, 4th June
Why: To give you the benefit of skills, techniques, insights and lessons learnt from working with two of the world’s leading studios.
This class is a rare opportunity that is unlikely to be repeated due to the hectic schedules of our presenters.
Don't miss your chance to learn the industry best practise in all aspects of animating and directing.
Cinesite delivers digital environments, digital make-up and prosthetics, decapitation and limb removal, crowds of computer generated rampaging zombies, and flashbacks to London burning during an attack for zombie-themed reimagined classic.
London-based VFX house delivers main title sequence and more than 90 shots for Western thriller set in the American Civil War.
London-based director was shortlisted for the Young Director Award at this year's Cannes Lions for ’Flashback,’ his 60-second test for the Road Safety Authority.
Cospective’s cloud- and web-based review solution enables global production pipeline across four cities and two continents for Baby Cow Animation’s ‘Wussywat the Clumsy Cat.’