Indian Point at Tribeca Film Festival 2015

Blue Spill were very pleased to be involved in Ivy Meeropol’s film, Indian Point, premiering at Tribeca Film Festival 2015. Working with the U.S. based edit, we designed the title and several in film sequences which assist in telling this important story. Our in film work was concentrated mostly on working with news based aesthetics; online and newspaper articles.…

JACO premieres SXSW 2015

Blue Spill designs five motion sequences for the film JACO, premiering at SXSW March 2015. Our work with the film involved creating motion sequences with photographic archive, bringing the images to life to Jaco’s incredible musicality. Working with co-director Stephen Kijak from the L.A. based edit, we thoroughly enjoyed complimenting Jaco’s experimental sounds with respective visuals. It was a…

Two films at Sundance 2015

Blue Spill are very pleased to announce two films we designed are heading to Sundance 2015 in competition. Firstly is Stevan Riley’s Listen to Me Marlon, secondly is Alexandra Shiva’s How to Dance in Ohio.   LISTEN TO ME MARLON Marlon Brando was one of the most acclaimed and influential actors of all time. He also…

Backstreet’s Back

“What do you when you’re a full-grown man in a boy band?” BlueSpill motion designs Backstreet Boys : Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of We came on board during the London based edit, having worked with director Stephen Kijak previously (Stones in Exile). Initially we discussed an opening title sequence which wasn’t graphics intensive, however…

Baby P: The Untold Story

Screening on BBC1 on 27th October is (Falling Man director) Henry Singer’s film detailing the infamous Baby P case. The film was two years in the making, and while discussions on working together started early, BlueSpill’s involvement came in the final stretch. Henry was looking for a graphical presence which felt lifting to the film…

I AM ALI premieres NY

I Am Ali is a Clare Lewin film, telling the life of Muhammad Ali through his personal archive of “audio journals” as well as interviews and testimonials from his inner circle of family and friends. Watch the trailer for the film here  We came on board late in the edit, to assist in finding a visual solution…

National Geographic’s American War Generals

We’ve recently completed work on U.S. National Geographic’s two hour special, American War Generals. Working with director Greg Barker and Producer Simon Epstein from the U.S. based edit, we delivered an array of motion designed sequences for the program. Predominantly these sequences were used to bridge and simplify narrative complexities, as the program progresses through…

Four films at Sheffield Doc/Fest

We’re super pleased to announce that for the second year running we’ve designed four films screening at this year’s Sheffield Doc/Fest. These include; Two films by John Dower, Slaying the Badger and Bradley Wiggins, My Year in Yellow (Dir/Prod. John Dower, Ex Prod. John Battsek) Passion Pictures/Australia Broadcasting Commission film Lance Armstrong; Stop at Nothing (Dir.…

SXSW 2014

Premiering at this year’s SXSW are two films we have been working on since 2013, Legend of Shorty and The Great Invisible. The former is a UK based film, produced by Simon Chinn (The Imposter) and directed by Angus Macqueen. We came on board during the edit to design a title sequence and several motion…