Switch VFX Delivers Visual Horror For “SAW III”

Switch VFX, a visual effects studio specializing in photorealistic effects and CG character creation for feature films and television, has completed visual effects production for the upcoming feature film “Saw III.” As the sole effects house, Switch VFX created more than 130 shots under the supervision of vfx supervisor Jon Campfens for the psychologically extreme film. Set for a Halloween release from Lions Gate Pictures, “Saw III” is described as the most disturbing chapter in the popular horror franchise, with terrifying new plot twists.

Switch VFX also served as the primary effects facility for the Disney Channel’s “Santa Baby,” for which it produced extensive CG shots and matte paintings. Switch VFX recently completed matte paintings for the AMC mini-series “Broken Trail,” directed by Walter Hill and starring Robert Duvall, and wrapped effects production on the NBC/Lifetime television drama series “Angela’s Eyes.”

Switch VFX executive producer Pete Denomme said “We are very proud to have contributed to the visual horror of “Saw III” and we’re delighted with our entire production slate through 2007. Our new projects will provide great creative and technical challenges for our artists, and will also give us the opportunity to expand our studio’s size and capabilities.”

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About Switch VFX
Switch VFX is a Toronto-based visual effects studio specializing in the production of photorealistic digital visual effects and CG character creation for feature films and television. Switch VFX was founded in 2004 by visual effects supervisor Jon Campfens, executive producer Pete Denomme and finance and business affairs executive Laurie Thompson, all of whom have had distinguished careers in the industry, with the intent to bring experience and talent to a highly responsive, affordable and independent new venture. Switch VFX is the visual effects division of Yowza Digital, Inc., which produces 3D animation for feature films and television.


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