London linkup: Post facility Molinare has announced a partnership with veteran VFX and animation boutique Atomic Arts
Category: VFX News
Manchester-based facility dock10 has announced that it will be offering 4k UHD-ready virtual studio capability based on games technology
Autodesk’s flagship 3D VFX and finishing tool moves to a software-only subscription-based product, running on Mac OS X as well as Linux
Milk is working with ITV Studios as the creative and collaborative VFX production hub for the forthcoming reimagining of Gerry Anderson’s classic sci-fi TV show – Thunderbirds are Go!
Stargate Studios has opened Stargate London to offer VFX and virtual production to the UK TV and film industries.
Double Negative and Prime Focus World merge to form a global entity offering VFX, stereo conversion and animation
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.
Congratulations to Milk VFX and LipSync Post on winning BAFTA Television Craft Awards in the Special, Visual & Graphic Effects and Sound-Fiction categories respectively
London VFX house Nvizible has branched out to Northern Ireland, with the launch of Nvizible Belfast.
A new report shows a clear opportunity for a new film and TV studio facility in Scotland, recommending the building of a foundation studio if private sector investment can’t be found.
London VFX house Nvizible, part of the Ngroup, is increasing capacity and expanding its virtual production and mocap capabilities.
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
The British Government has announced changes to UK film tax relief as part of yesterday’s Chancellor’s autumn statement.
Milk Visual Effects has been commissioned by the BBC to create the VFX for the forthcoming series of Doctor Who, starring new Doctor Peter Capaldi, to be broadcast in 2014