Trunk has created an animated film for the song Pretty Polly, from Lodestar, the first album in 38 years from folk singer Shirley Collins
Aiming to mix drinks in zero-G for a Robinsons spot, Framestore took a trip up in a vomit comet to capture weightlessness for real.
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 has joined forces with BBH for a global deodorant advertising campaign where consumers can win a trip into space.
PlayDead has created innovative motion graphics and titles for the BBC1 series “Kevin Bridges: What’s The Story?”, which follows the comedian as he discusses the inspirations for his standup routine. Follows being the operative word here – the graphics float around after the Glaswegian comic like a swarm of bees.
Amazing Spectacles has combined traditional hand drawn animation with After Effects and other digital post techniques in a spot directed by Richard Bazely
The Rolling Stones film, Stones in Exile, showing tonight on BBC1 offers a first-hand glimpse of the making of one of rock’s classic albums, Exile on Main Street. Mixing newly-shot footage with a wealth of archive video and audio recordings, Envy Post Production used creative techniques to bring the material up to scratch.