Double Negative and Prime Focus World merge to form a global entity offering VFX, stereo conversion and animation
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A wealth of talent from the UK VFX industry is set for a strong showing at BAFTA in London this coming Wednesday, as the inauguaral VFX-Imagination Unlimited conference gets underway.
Double Negative (DNeg) has announced the formation of a new Feature Animation Division led by ex-Dreamworks Associate Producer, Tom Jacomb.
The British Government has announced changes to UK film tax relief as part of yesterday’s Chancellor’s autumn statement.
Additional funding for R&D and Skills and public consultation on support for VFX through the tax system
VFX technology innovator The Foundry and 3D modelling/rendering specialist Luxology have joined forces
Cinesite has completed over 800 visual effects shots and converted over 87 minutes into 3D for Disney’s John Carter.
Double Negative’s vfx work was honoured at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards when the visual effects award went to Christopher Nolan’s movie, Inception.
Congratulations to Double Negative which has won the award for Special Visual Effects in this year’s BAFTA awards for its work on Inception. The prize followed a clutch of awards for the film at the annual Visual Effects Society awards, which also saw MPC and Framestore win gongs.
Bonfire has brought Mark Coleran, one of the most high profile designers of Fantasy User Interfaces (FUIs) for feature films, on board as design director.
Framestore has announced a new high-profile film hire in the shape of Steve MacPherson as CTO, VFX.
During the making of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows pt1 and pt2, Fired By Design caught up with award-winning VFX supervisor David Vickery for a Q&A session
Among the UK companies honoured at the annual VES awards, The Mill has received three nominations, MPC has four, Framestore has six, while Double Negative is in the running for four awards.