Framestore finishes VFX work on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II, marking the end of ten years of helping to bring the world created by JK Rowling to magical life
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Cinesite has completed visual effects for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, including Lord Voldemort’s snake-like features, the ghost of Dumbledore, and a Patronus doe.
MPC completed over 180 shots for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1, including bringing Nagini the snake to life, creating digi-doubles for the ‘polyjuice transformation’ sequence and carrying out extensive environment work.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 sees Framestore providing some of its finest work yet, including recreated house-elves, a magical animated storybook sequence and other dazzling VFX- 110 shots in all.
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
A private equity house, Endless LLP, has acquired Cinesite from Kodak for an undisclosed amount
Framestore was the sole provider of digital visual effects for Steven Spielberg’s War Horse, delivering over 200 shots to the movie.
“Tintin” leads with most feature nominations; “Boardwalk Empire” for broadcast
Framestore has created a cute, but not so cuddly CG koala for a Specsavers TV ad.
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.
Cinesite has been awarded a major contract for visual effects and CG work on the new Twentieth Century Fox film, X-Men: First Class
MPC needs to hire a host of creative, technical and overall exciting individuals to join its world-leading VFX company, so is about to hit the road for a European tour
A glittering Opening Night Gala launched the 2010 Edinburgh International Film Festival, as guests arrived for the UK premiere of The Illusionist.
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.
Cinesite is offering graduates a six-week paid placement at the company’s Soho facility during the summer of 2010