Our year in review: 2018

On the cusp of 2019, we thought we’d take a few moments to reflect on the preceding twelve months, celebrate our successes and dip into our highlights. In 2018 we worked on a wide array of incredible films and series, gifting us the ability to learn about a myriad of worlds we otherwise would quite…

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Wanderlust on BBC

Blue Spill delivered over twenty vfx shots for BBC series, Wanderlust, featuring Toni Collette. Working closely with VFX supervisor Tan Hanif, our work primarily involved clean ups and set fixes. The turnaround was quite quick, delivering 4K to the london based post house. We really enjoyed working on the series, and looking forward to catching…

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AMERICAN ANIMALS IN CINEMAS

Bart Layton’s American Animals releasing in cinemas, after premiering within the U.S. Dramatic Competition at Sundance Film Festival where it was nominated for the Grand Jury prize. Our involvement with American Animals began during the later stages of rough cut, working closely with Bart and editor Julian Hart from their London based edit over a six month period. We…

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Vivienne Westwood in cinemas

Currently screening in UK cinemas is Lorna Tucker’s Westwood; Punk, Icon, Activist, exploring the life of iconic designer Vivienne Westwood. The film premiered at Sundance 2018, in the World Cinema Documentary Competition. We jumped on board Westwood during the London based rough cut, having worked with producer John Battsek and editor Paul Carlin on a number of films…

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Take Your Pills hits Netflix

We’re very pleased to announce that after a successful launch at SXSW, Netflix original Take Your Pills has just been released on Netflix. Directed by Alison Klayman (Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry), the film explores Adderall abuse in American society. We became involved in Alison’s NY based film having worked previously with producers Julie Goldman and Caroline…

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Blue Spill designs two films premiering Sundance 2018

We’re very pleased to be involved with Sundance for the eighth year, with two films premiering at this years festival. Bart Layton’s American Animals is premiering within the U.S. Dramatic Competition, and has been nominated for the Grand Jury prize. Also premiering is Lorna Tucker’s Westwood; Punk, Icon, Activist within World Cinema Documentary Competition. Our involvement with American Animals began…

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