French VFX studio adds digital visual effects veteran to oversee all graphic creation for films and series.
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As chief content officer and EVP of production, the 30+ year VFX veteran will oversee all production, new business development, and content partnerships.
In a genre twist, the superhero suspense thriller tells the standalone origin story of one of Marvel’s most enigmatic heroines; starring Dakota Johnson, Emma Roberts, and Adam Scott, it heads to theaters February 2024.
Caption Marvel forms an unlikely trio with Captain Rambeau and Ms. Marvel to save the universe this Friday, November 10... and guess who shows up?
22-year VFX veteran bolsters studio’s supervisory team; studio’s recent project deliveries include ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3,’ ‘Barbie,’ ‘The Little Mermaid’ and ‘Loki’ Season 2.
Ingenuity founder David Lebensfeld is appointed president to helm both studios providing visual effects for motion pictures and television.
The visual effects studios recreated 1960s New York City, complete with city street and subway chases – and digital horse - and an ancient undersea trireme shipwreck dive that included digital doubles, digital creatures, and dry-for-wet effects, respectively, on James Mangold and Lucasfilm’s final ‘Indiana Jones’ cinematic franchise adventure.
The award-winning visual effects studio delivered 550+ shots, using its trademark mix of artistry and innovation, creating a breathtaking underwater kingdom – harnessing its ‘Fibre’ groom tool, the project team ensured Ariel and the kingdom’s other inhabitants all had ‘great hair days;’ check out their magical reel.
The studio delivers 235 shots for the fifth installment in the ‘Indiana Jones’ franchise, including a frantic tuk-tuk chase sequence through the streets of Tangiers, Morocco.
See how the leading visual effects studio delivered 896 shots on Paramount Pictures’ newest entry in the ‘Transformers’ universe, including creating multiple large-scale full CG and digital set extensions, including one that transported the present-day New York skyline back to 1994.
In ‘Journey to The Marvels’ see Caption Marvel journey to team up with Captain Rambeau, Ms. Marvel, as the unlikely trio must team up to save the universe… of course; the movie hits theaters in November.
Team delivers 60+ shots and digital effects intensifying the high-impact violence throughout the hostage thriller, from the bloody restaurant massacre to the killing spree that follows; now available on streaming platforms.
Special screenings set at IMAX theaters in major U.S. cities of exclusive first-look footage from the upcoming sci-fi thriller, followed by a live Q&A with the director/producer/co-writer; film hits theaters next month.
The visual effects boutique delivers 225+ shots for the psychological thriller, adding to the tale’s horror with invisible effects, which included a 3D animated spider, digital limb replacements, and CG environments and set extensions.
The unlikely trio - Ms. Marvel, Captain Marvel and Captain Rambeau - must team up to save the universe… of course; the movie hits theaters this fall.
Emmy Award-winning industry veteran brings 25+ years experience to his new position overseeing client projects and supporting biz dev in the U.K.; will be based out of the company’s London office.
Led by VFX Supervisor Stephane Naze, the company’s Montreal studio, alongside its London and Vancouver facilities, created Groot, Cosmo, their severed Celestial head HQ known as Knowhere, and the fight with Adam Warlock on Marvel Studios’ smash sci-fi adventure hit.
Studio created multiple large-scale full CG and digital set extensions, including one that transported the present-day New York skyline back to 1994; a team of 1,000+ artists across London, Montreal, Bangalore, LA, Toronto, and Adelaide delivered 896 shots, including 18 of the movie’s characters.
From giant red spaceships to tentacled, toothy Abilisks, the studio’s VFX and animation teams, led by VFX supervisor Guy Williams and animation supervisor Michael Cozens, pull out all the stops for the final chapter of James Gunn’s MCU trilogy.
Led by VFX supervisor Axel Bonami, the studio’s team delivers 500 shots on Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis’ action adventure, including a multi-creature-transformation castle escape sequence, the cavernous, lava-filled Underdark, Themberchaud the dragon, a host of magical spells and one really cool portal.
The studio wrangles facial mocap performances into its proprietary suite of AI tools to tackle one of Marvel Studios’ most unique villains, a 5-foot-tall flying face, in ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania.’
Production VFX Supervisor Ben Snow discusses key visuals on Paramount’s new fantasy adventure, including Industrial Light & Magic’s work on a shapeshifting Owlbear, a Gelatinous Cube, the surreal Ethereal Plane, and lots of magical spells.
25+ year industry veteran, the former President, VFX at MPC, joins the company’s visual effects division to support and expand production offerings across its growing TV business.