Crimson Peak Titles: Behind the Scenes


Like old master paintings, Guillermo Del Toro’s films use a lexicon of symbols to convey subtext and back story. And so it is with this richly detailed, all-CG title sequence from his new feature Crimson Peak, created by the all-Toronto team of IAMSTATIC and Topix. [Read more]

Burning the Best of British Cinema: “Film is Fragile”

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Brilliant concept and exacting execution from director Carl Addy and the Mill+ crew in response to an open brief from the British Film Institute to create a fund-raising film for its mission to preserve and restore the national film archive. [Read more]

The Best of Channel 4’s Self Portraits

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4creative, the in-house creative agency for all Channel 4’s brands, just posted a series of riveting and insightful compilations from the broadcaster’s excellent Self Portraits series featuring interviews with top directors and actors revealing their influences and favorite filmmaking moments. [Read more]

Behold the Teaser for Sergio Pablos’ “Klaus”


Just when you thought mainstream hand-drawn animated features had died completely, director Sergio Pablos releases this stunning teaser for “Klaus.” Currently in development thru his SPA Studios in Madrid, the film promises bold and innovative lighting choices, beat-perfect story telling and extraordinary character work. [Read more]

“The Interview” Titles via Laundry!

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It’s not often you get to work on motion projects capable of creating international fist-pounding, corporate meltdowns and general panic at the cineplex. Creative directors Anthony Liu, PJ Richardson and the Laundry! crew lay claim to all this and more with their titles for Sony’s infamous “The Interview.” [Read more]

Image Engine Brings “Chappie” to Life for Neill Blomkamp

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Vancouver’s Image Engine handles the majority of the VFX work in Neill Blomkamp’s new robot-coming-of-age feature called “Chappie” featuring an exceptionally emotive CG hero plus the genius casting choice of the decade: Yo-Landi and Ninja from Die Antwoord as the criminals who abduct him.
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