T&F has teamed up with Valiant Pictures to produce a dazzling and organic cinematic ident for The Vilcek Foundation
Category: Visual Effects
MPC creates dramatic VFX for Stink’s Adam Berg’s monumental film for Ubisoft Assassins Creed ‘Black Flag’
Golden Square has carried out VFX for David Beckham’s first advert for Sky Sports, an effects-heavy spot featuring multiple versions of the celebrity/footballer.
Visual effects house Cinesite completed over 430 shots on Paramount’s World War Z, including turning Glasgow into Philadelphia, as well as stereo conversion of the VFX. Framestore’s Art Department developed the concepts for the film’s zombies and their unique style of movement, while The Third Floor provided digital previsualisation for the film. MPC also contributed VFX to bring the zombie swarms to horrific life.
Framestore delivered 113 shots for Iron Man 3 in eight weeks, working on the titular hero himself and helping set the look for one of the movie’s key effects – Extremis.
A mammoth digital beanstalk, CG environments, digital set extensions and destruction work were on the MPC menu for Bryan Singer’s Jack the Giant Slayer.
A supermarket in a folded world revolving to reveal the 4seven logo: it’s the latest collaboration between MPC, 4Creative and Man vs Machine.
Framestore has joined forces with BBH for a global deodorant advertising campaign where consumers can win a trip into space.
Fluid Pictures created high quality VFX for the entirety of Andrew Marr’s History Of The World, the latest landmark series from the BBC
A fully CG dinosaur goes on a culinary rampage in the latest commercial by Framestore for Kellogg’s Crunchy Nut.
Transparent House has created an imaginary vodka brand, complete with a 15-second CG TV spot
Cinesite has completed over 800 visual effects shots and converted over 87 minutes into 3D for Disney’s John Carter.
Framestore was the sole provider of digital visual effects for Steven Spielberg’s War Horse, delivering over 200 shots to the movie.
Visual effects studio Brewster Parsons, advertising agency twofifteenmccann and Anonymous Content director Malcolm Venville have collaborated on spots to show how the Kinect for Xbox 360 has inspired people to experience the world in new ways.
Heavenly has brought the BBC Entertainment brand to life through a combination of beautiful and sophisticated visuals, an expressive human element and cutting-edge digital animation techniques.