Cinesite created all of the visual effects, and oversaw the Visual Effects Supervision for Liberty Films’ sci-fi thriller MOON. It’s work involved the creation of over 270 visual effects shots, including the photorealistic CG Gerty robot (one of the film’s principal characters), stunning panoramic digital lunarscape matte paintings showing the space environment, and extensive multi-element […]

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Cinesite was charged with many of the film’s CG sequences, creating compelling illusions that supported the story and drove the narrative forward. Some of the most complex shots of the movie involve the horsemen practicing with cards and using their skills to steal an extremely valuable chipset in a science center in Asia. Other Cinesite […]

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Cinesite was involved in an exciting boat chase sequence following Solo and Kuryakin’s quick escape from the Aerospace building. Everything above the waterline was recreated digitally in this sequence, including all of the dockside buildings and environment, which was replaced with a CG Italian version; only the foreground water and boat were kept from the […]

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Visual Effects Supervisor for the production, based upon the bestselling book by Seth Grahame-Smith, was Cinesite’s own Simon Stanley-Clamp, who oversaw around 200 shots for the production, ranging from environments to digital make-up enhancement, crowds of computer generated zombies, decapitations and limb removal. Work was shared across Cinesite’s London and Montréal teams.

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Cinesite delivered a major visual effects sequence for the Marvel Studios production Ant-Man. Ant-Man and his evil nemesis Yellow Jacket, who have been fighting in a suitcase inside a helicopter, continue their battle after the case falls to the ground. Landing in a swimming pool at a family barbecue, the characters grow to normal size, […]

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Creative reel showing Cinesite’s work on various films including; Hercules, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Skyfall, Iron Man 3 and more!

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In this video Eamonn Butler discusses how Cinesite created their animated short Beans which led off the electronic theater this year at Siggraph. They used Autodesk Maya as the hub of their 3D pipeline. if you haven’t seen the short yet you can find it here… http://youtu.be/9WoM2bHfr48

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Written and directed by Animator Alvise Avati and produced by Animation Director Eamonn Butler. Beans, a short film with an unexpected ending, showcases Cinesite’s creature animation skills. We hope you have fun watching and sharing it! Find out more on our website: http://www.cinesite.com/shorts We’re also hiring now for positions in Montreal and London – find […]

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Cinesite – World War Z VFX breakdown Reel http://www.cinesite.com/

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