A selection of shots from the C4 documentary which was directed by John Hayes Fisher. We created some highly detailed frozen moments so the viewer could explore moments of the evacuation that were never captured on film. For some of these we were required to transition from existing photographs – always a fun challenge!
Director Joe Ball and the Psyop LA crew combine streamlined design, an upscale palette, and clever light-driven transitions to put a human face on the wealth management services available thru Citibank’s Citigold product.
Pixel is an innovative dance performance conceived by French performance artists Adrien Mondot and Claire Bardainne, known collectively as the Adrien M / Claire B Company, in collaboration with hip-hop choreographer Cie Kafig. The hour-long performance incorporates a host of digital projection mapping techniques, 11 dancers, and bills itself as “a work on illusion combining energy and poetry, fiction and technical achievement, hip hop and circus.”
Cycle is a animation from art director Kouhei Nakama that uses a wide range of physics-based particle animations to explore the human form.
Bambi is a 1942 American animated film directed by David Hand (supervising a team of sequence directors), produced by Walt Disney and based on the book Bambi, a Life in the Woods by Austrian author Felix Salten. The film was released by RKO Radio Pictures on August 13, 1942, and is the fifth Disney animated feature film.
This metallic sculpture resembles a clichéd portrait of an urchin, complete with ragged clothes and freckled cheeks. Its cartoonish features are warped by an aggressive grimace that simultaneously exposes the character’s distress and malice. To convey an additional layer of anguish, Wolfson has given his creation motion-sensitive eyes that track and lock onto its audience.
Sing along with the bouncing karaoke ball in this jaw-dropper from director Matthias Zentner full of dubious characters and ambitious VFX for Chinese home-sharing platform Xiaozhu (Small Pig).
The spot, which was pulled just before the air date, takes the guests and conditions found in standard Chinese hotels to a comical extreme with CG via Ignyte and post from Velvet.
Never Let Me Go director Mark Romanek has accompanied Timberlake’s return to pop music, directing JT’s Black Mirror-inspired music video for “Filthy.” This is not their first time working together either – Romanek directed the music video for “Can’t Stop This Feeling,” Timberlake’s one-off musical stint in the midst of his acting career to produce the theme song for Trolls.
Part of an ongoing R&D project at the London studios of 3D boundary-pushers FutureDeluxe, “Colour on Colour” uses live action footage to drive intricate and beautiful procedural CG particle animations.
FutureDeluxe CD Andrew Jones: “Essentially the project is that technical and real-world combination we love. The macro video (shot with long term collaborator Davy Evans) is analyzed using Processing to extract information about the movement and color from the footage.
“This velocity and color data is then imported into Houdini and used to drive motion in a dense particle simulation in this organic and mesmerizing way.”
The video features Teyana Taylor and her husband, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Iman Shumpert. The video draws inspirations from a variety of subjects including 80’s pornography, Flashdance, John Carpenter films, The Fly, Dancing with the Stars, the Olympics and the NBA championship. The video would later win the Best Choreography Award at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards.
Joe Wright’s Atonement features stunning photography, and this is most evident in an amazing single shot that lasts for more than five minutes. The scene is featured towards the latter half of the film when Robbie Turner, played by James McAvoy, finds himself on a French beach at the end of the Battle of Dunkirk.
The Snowman is is based on a children’s picture book without words by English author Raymond Brigg. The animation is told through pictures, action and music, scored by Howard Blake. It is wordless like the book, except for the song “Walking in the Air”.
A young boy whose dog has just died moves into the house in whose backyard the snowman was built. Finding a photograph of the snowman the boy rebuilds him, fashioning a snowdog out of the excess snow. The trio fly off in a plane to meet Santa, who gives the boy a magical dog collar which will make it the happiest Christmas ever for him. (1982)
Moscow production and VFX house Revolution Studio tease an unnamed new project with the release of this stunning all-CG clip of Japanese red crown cranes dancing in a verdant bamboo forest.