See how Madrid-based Twin Pines’ team of 35 VFX artists created over 500 shots for the hugely successful Spanish TV series La Peste (The Plague)
Black Panther saw colourist Maxine Gervais collaborate on an eye-catching creative journey with cinematographer Rachel Morrison, ASC, using a network of several Baselight colour grading workstations
Jeremy Benning CSC reveals how he crafted the look of The Belt, Mars and a future life in space, for sci-fi series The Expanse
The Dark Tower presented lead VFX studio MPC with a range of visual challenges including complex creature animation, digital doubles, expansive environment builds, and destruction simulations – comprising more than 400 VFX shots in all.
Lola Post Production has revealed its work as sole VFX vendor on 120 episodes of the new, updated Teletubbies, currently on CBeebies
MPC completed 500 VFX shots for Wonder Woman, delivering hero digital characters, crowd simulations, destruction simulations and environment extensions
MPC’s 1100 VFX shots for the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean movie include epic ship battles, a motley crew of ghost sailors, CG islands and ghost sharks
Chicago’s 150 Media Stream experiential sculpture by McCann Systems, Digital Kitchen & Leviathan is a beautiful, technologically impressive digital canvas
A massive real time data art installation by The Mill draws upon analysis of music, social media and news by IBM’s Watson supercomputer
A campaign by McCann London for the Doctors of the World charity sees vintage biblical nativity scenes starkly juxtaposed with PA photographs of conflict zones across the Middle East
Trunk has created an animated film for the song Pretty Polly, from Lodestar, the first album in 38 years from folk singer Shirley Collins
sigur rós is running a 24-hour ‘slow tv’ event live on Iceland’s RÚV2 and YouTube, set to a constantly evolving Bronze soundtrack based on new song óveður
Jack Driscoll’s colourful handmade film for Tinct Handbags uses a combination of stop motion and high-speed filming to showcase leather accessories.
Peepshow Collective has created over 30 animated sequences for National Geographic’s Map Of Hell.