The Oscar-winning studio delivers 500 action-packed VFX shots during the Marvel blockbuster’s finale
Digital Domain has created CG crowds numbering in the thousands as well as two new magical locations for the wizarding world in Warner Bros. Pictures’ Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore.
Sarofsky glams up title sequence for The Suicide Squad spinoff Peacemaker with 80s metal fonts and neon colours
Digital Domain has engaged in world-sized destructive VFX for Marvel Studios’ Loki, complete with flaming meteors and the total destruction of a moon
VFX Legion has created over 100 digital effects for Superfly, Sony’s highly anticipated remake of the iconic ‘70’s Blaxploitation film. The LA studio was brought onboard by producer Joel Silver and Director X when...
Lola Post Production has revealed its work as sole VFX vendor on 120 episodes of the new, updated Teletubbies, currently on CBeebies
MPC’s 1100 VFX shots for the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean movie include epic ship battles, a motley crew of ghost sailors, CG islands and ghost sharks
Tom Cruise is in a perilous state in Edge of Tomorrow, courtesy of VFX from MPC and Cinesite
Cinesite completed over 350 visual effects for 300: Rise of an Empire, including epic 2.5D and 3D CG environments
MPC completed approximately 250 VFX shots on fantasy adventure 47 Ronin, creating fully CG characters, simulations and digital environments.
MPC creates dramatic VFX for Stink’s Adam Berg’s monumental film for Ubisoft Assassins Creed ‘Black Flag’
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.
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.
An ultra-high-resolution presentation of over 7000 horizontal pixels on a 70m wide screen was a visual highlight of the UN Climate Change Conference
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.