Framestore has recreated Michael Bond’s famous Paddington bear for his big screen debut.
A wealth of talent from the UK VFX industry is set for a strong showing at BAFTA in London this coming Wednesday, as the inauguaral VFX-Imagination Unlimited conference gets underway.
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.
They’ll be extending the trophy cabinet at Framestore this morning after Gravity scooped the Best Visual Effects award as well as a clutch of other Oscars, including Best Cinematography, Best Film Editing, Best Original Score, Best Sound Editing, Best Sound Mixing and the Best Directing award.
The Visual Effects Society (VES), held its 12th Annual Awards this week, with UK teams from Framestore and Moving Picture Company among those honoured
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.
Additional funding for R&D and Skills and public consultation on support for VFX through the tax system
Framestore has joined forces with BBH for a global deodorant advertising campaign where consumers can win a trip into space.
Award-winning VFX artist returns to former facility after four years at Dreamworks
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.