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Psyop Short Film “Sisters”

David Chontos, a director and the head of CG at PSYOP LA, describes his latest short film as “part exercise of passion and part love letter – ‘Sisters’ is a fragment of some lost, tragic opera.” [Read more]

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Psyop Crafts Light and Shadow into Citigold: “Adele”

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. [Read more]

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Best of Stash 2016: TV & Cinema Advertising

As ad campaigns expand and blur across a growing number of platforms, the most coveted bragging rights (and budgets) most often remain with work intended for television and cinema screens. So let’s kick off the Best of Stash 2016 with 10 stand out commercials everyone needs to see. [Read more]

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Psyop: Cricket Wireless “The No-Duh-Uh-Huh Obvious Call”

Feel-good spot of month showcases the character and comedy skills of the Psyop crew all driven by clever lyrics and the happiest/bounciest track we’ve heard in a long time from LA music house Barking Owl for Cricket Wireless through SF agency Argonaut. [Read more]

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Psyop Film and Television Division Welcomes Director Ben Hibon to Vancouver Team

From the release: VANCOUVER — Award-winning director Ben Hibon has signed on with Psyop Film and Television and will be joining their Vancouver office as the company continues to expand its efforts in the world of feature film and television visual effects, visual development, and creative direction. Hibon is a celebrated artist and animation director, […] [Read more]

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Best of Stash 2015: Psyop “ReCore E3 Trailer”

Over the last decade, studios like Blur, Axis, Platige, and Digic have elevated the art and craft of CG game trailers to an extraordinary level. That exclusive club gained a new member in 2015 when Psyop flexed it’s 3D and narrative muscles on this trailer for Microsoft’s ReCore at E3. [Read more]