Brain Zoo releases “Nora” teaser and once again takes the audience on an epic journey through its next original CGI animated film. A unique blend of comedy, sci-fi and action adventure, “Nora” is set in a retro future where the life force of a civilization has been taken and without it all is lost.
2017 Oscar Winners Announced For Best in Animation and VFX
89th Academy Awards Nominations For Animated Feature, Animated Short & VFX
New Nike Skateboarding Film Shows How Skateboarders See the World Differently
NBC Universal Acquires DreamWorks Animation
Reel FX Creates VFX and Titles for Richard Linklater’s ‘Everybody Wants Some!!’
SXSW Winning Film “The Arbalest” Created with Blackmagic Cinema Camera & DaVinci Resolve 12 Studio
Post Production On Oscar Nominee “Mustang” Completed In DaVinci Resolve Studio
Intelligent Creatures Creates Airborne VFX for Hit Action Movie London Has Fallen with Fusion Studio
Zoic Studios Fuels the Fight in ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword Of Destiny’
Brain Zoo Releases Teaser Trailer For ‘Nora’
2016 Oscar Winners Announced For Best in Animation and VFX
Sundance’s “The 4th” Created with Blackmagic Design Cameras and DaVinci Resolve 12 Studio
MPC Unveils VFX Breakdown for ‘The Martian’
Territory Studio Designs UI Screen Graphics For ‘The Martian’
Nominations for 88th Academy Awards Unveiled
Trollbäck + Company Creates Jackson Pollock Inspired Titles for Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict
World Famous Animates Original Short for Six-Year-Old Cancer Fighter
Mixtape Club Animates Baseball’s Bizarre “Wild Bunch” for ESPN
Tröllback + Company Creates “Design Inspired Process” Film For The New School Brand Launch
SXSW 2015 Finalists for “Excellence in Title Design” Award
Pioneers Festival 2015 Call For Filmmakers Short Film Showcase
2015 Oscar Winners Announced For Best In Animation And VFX
SXSW Film Conference & Festival Unveils 2015 Short Film Lineup
Australian Studio Iloura Brings SpongeBob and His Merry Band of Friends to CG Life
42nd Annie Award Winners Announced
Haz Film Releases Sci-Fi Short “SYNC”
20 Animated Features Submitted For 2014 Oscar Race
leftchannel Goes Indie With Gateway Film Center Opening
‘The Oystercatcher Catcher’ – Gasket Studios’ Clever Ode to Ptown Festival Theme
“Boy and the World” Takes Cristal at Annecy
John Nolan Brings Unkle Runaway Robot to Life
Charlex Creates ShapeShifter – A Journey Through A Dream World
Daft Punk & The Mill Bring Excitement to TRON
Inside Out won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature, Bear Story won for Best Animated Short and Ex Machina took the Oscar for Achievement in Visual Effects at the 88th Academy Awards.
Blackmagic Design announced the Sundance hit film “The 4th” was shot using a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera and Blackmagic Cinema Camera EF, and was graded with DaVinci Resolve 12 Studio. The film by director and writer Andre Hyland was shot by DPs Shane Bruce Johnston and Charles J. Gibson and color graded by Mark Todd Osborne at MTO ColorData.
Lead VFX vendor MPC delivers 425 shots for Ridley Scott’s space epic, The Martian, including shuttle launch sequences, the storm sequence, and scenes on Mars.
Creative agency Territory Studio works closely with NASA to develop and design the UI screen graphics for “The Martian”.
Nominations for 88th Academy Awards unveiled including Best Animated Features ‘Anomalisa,’ ‘Boy and the World,’ ‘Inside Out,’ ‘Shaun the Sheep Movie,’ and ‘When Marnie Was There.’
Inspired by the works of Jackson Pollock, Robert Motherwell, and their contemporaries, Tröllback + Company creates the opening titles for “Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict”.
Seattle-based production studio World Famous has proudly partnered with Make-A-Wish® Alaska and Washington to grant an unprecedented wish for six-year-old Alexis, who recently battled acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Alexis wished to create a cartoon that would tell her own story in a way her friends could understand and bring awareness to pediatric cancer.
Integrated creative studio Mixtape Club has teamed up with ESPN to produce a hilarious animated documentary short entitled “The Wild Bunch,” narrated by former MLB All-Star and current ESPN baseball analyst John Kruk. The pilot episode of ESPN’s #Not-Pictured series, “The Wild Bunch,” debuted on October 4th during ESPN’s broadcast of “Baseball Tonight.”
Trollbäck + Company’s latest collaboration with The New School in NYC represents their “design inspired process” and unveils the new visual identity and vision for the school. The film screened at the launch of the new branding by Paula Scher from Pentagram, and now lives on the New School’s rebranded website.