Visual effects studio delivers 850 shots across eight episodes of the sci-fi prison break drama, spanning complex planet and city environments, a spaceship crash, hyperspace travel, creatures, and character enhancements.
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Company’s dedicated visual effects division for television and streaming hires MPC alumni Sheila Wickens as VFX supervisor and Rory Knight-Jones as VFX producer.
To create a vibrant retro mood for the futuristic sci-fi series, creative director Sharon Lock used After Effects and Cinema 4D, with live-action and hand-painted elements, to complement the production team's vision and visual language.
Industry veteran led studio’s art team to timely delivery of projects, on schedule and on budget, during COVID-19 lockdowns.
Johnny Depp, in character, joins Eddie Redmayne and Jude Law to tease ‘Harry Potter’ fans with Hall H presentation.
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.
Animated clip accompanies new short story by J.K. Rowling that serves as a prequel to the upcoming Harry Potter feature, ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.’
London-based VFX house wins the Academy Award for best visual effects for its work on Alex Garland’s ‘Ex Machina’; DNeg previously recognized for Christopher Nolan’s ‘Inception’ and ‘Interstellar.’
Officers include Board Chair Mike Chambers, 1st Vice Chair Jeffrey A. Okun, 2nd Vice Chair Nancy St. John, Treasurer Susan Thurmond O’Neal and Secretary Rita Cahill.
BAFTA Award-winning boutique visual effects studio relies on Thinkbox Software's Deadline for scalable high-volume compute management across projects and locations.
EA Germany, Omstudios, Milk VFX, Framestore and MPC recognized for toolset development and pipeline advancement.
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.