Boom! Stash 128 Drops Two Hours of Inspiration

What do two hours of motion brilliance look like hyper-compressed into just two minutes? Correct, exactly like this trailer for Stash 128. [Read more]

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Platige Alumni Launch Deep Blue Studio in Warsaw

From the release: Grzegorz Kukuś, long time Head of CG at Platige Image, Monika Paćkowska Animation Department Manager and Marcin Panasiuk, art director, set up a film and animation studio Deep Blue Production. The company is committed to providing the highest quality computer graphics and special effects for the film and game industry. The main […] [Read more]

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Daniel Moshel “MeTube 2: August Sings Carmina Burana”

In 2013 Austrian director Daniel Moshel unleashed a slice of campy weirdness called “MeTube: August Sings Carmen Habanera” featuring Swiss tenor August Schram, his mom Elfie and a Fellini-esque cast of misfits. Yesterday, Moshel struck again with a bigger, crazier, crowd-funded sequel. [Read more]

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Platige Fights Fate with “Vikings”

Director Tomek Baginski and a massive crew from Platige Image in Warsaw wrangle the stars of History Channel’s Vikings into a powerful promo augmented with dramatic and seamless CG. Tomek Baginski: “All marketing materials were shot at the same time, so we only had each actor for an hour. That meant [Read more]


Platige Image “Ryse: Son of Rome” Cinematic

Platige is on fire this month: hot on the heels of last week’s UN “Tyrant” spot, the Warsaw CG powerhouse just released this cinematic recounting the Legend of Damocles for the upcoming Xbox One game Ryse: Son of Rome via German game developer Crytek. The film and its complex painterly 3D look (based on production [Read more]

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Platige Reveals Intense Trailer for “Another Day of Life”

Based on the book of the same name by Polish war correspondent Ryszard Kapu?ci?ski, “Another Day of Life” recounts the writer’s experiences during the horrific Angolan Civil War in 1975 with a startling combination of animation and live action. After two years of pre-production, the 85-minute film recently [Read more]