Cinesite completed over 350 visual effects for 300: Rise of an Empire, including epic 2.5D and 3D CG environments
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A new review of the Film sector in Scotland has just been published, highlighting the size and importance of the industry and the challenges facing it.
Assimilate shines a light on the talent working on set and in post for many of the films in this year’s Cannes Film Festival, which starts tomorrow.
Sony has launched the PMW-200, a handheld camcorder with three 1/2-inch Exmor CMOS sensors and full HD 4:2:2 50Mbps recording.
Framestore has taken Philips’ Parallel Lines campaign into a new dimension with RSA’s The Foundling, with stereo 3D postproduction using SGO Mistika
The Royal Television Society (RTS) has launched the Craft & Design Awards 2009/2010
Prime Focus has completed visual effects shots for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
The 64th edition of the Edinburgh International Film Festival which runs from 16 – 27 June, will host twenty-two World premieres, and twelve International premieres.
Euro RSCG London launches Dulux ‘Let’s colour’ campaign with a spot by Adam Berg for Stink Productions celebrating a global series of painting events
Cinesite has completed over 170 visual effects shots on the new Warner Bros film, Clash of the Titans, including a battle involving giant arachnid creatures called scorpiochs.
MPC’s work on recently released monster hit ‘The Wolfman’ includes fully animated creature scenes, three gruesome transformations, completely created London rooftop scenes, enhancement of live-action wolfman shots, and the film’s climactic waterfall environment
Prime Focus has completed digital intermediate work on Sympathy for Delicious, the highly-anticipated directorial debut film and Sundance nominee from actor Mark Ruffalo
Rushes Soho Shorts is calling for submissions for its 12th “celebration of everything short.”
Nexus has signed the Japanese directing duo, Who-Fu, for worldwide representation
Crying With Laughter, a bold, low budget, Scottish revenge thriller, has scooped the top prize of Best Film at this year’s Scottish BAFTA awards