“We Are X” premieres Sundance!

We are extraordinarily excited to announce our involvement in Stephan Kijak’s We Are X, which is premiering at Sundance Film Festival in January 2016. Having worked with Stephan previously (Stones in Exile, Backstreet Boys, Jaco) – we were very happy to jump on board. Working on the film submerged us into an incredibly eclectic culture that is X…

Our Year in Review!

Blue Spill has had an incredibly exciting year and, in celebration of such exciting times, we wanted to share our year in review with you! In 2015 we worked on twelve feature docs, a narrative feature, three prime time dramas and a comedy special. I’m exhausted just writing that! So, let’s start with our top…

Blue Spill now with Flame

We’re super excited to announce we’ve recently bought our first Flame! Autodesk Flame is the premier high end visual effects finishing tool. We’ve been using it around ten years, with Anthony being very active in the Flame community. He’s been keynote speaker for Autodesk and the Blue Spill team even created key content for the Flame…

Listen to Me Marlon opens in UK cinemas

Currently in London cinemas and opening UK cinemas in November, is Listen to Me Marlon, directed by Stevan Riley. We designed the title sequence in addition to over fifty in film sequences. Having worked with director Stevan previously (Fire in Babylon, Bond; Everything or Nothing), we had some early meetings to discuss style and his unique narrative approach. Without the…

We’re heading to DOC NYC

We’re super excited to announce that we’ll be at DOC NYC in November! We’ll be speaking on the Masterclass panel for Animation and Graphics, about graphical goods in general – and also relating to one of the films we worked on which is premiering at the festival, The Sunshine Makers.  The Sunshine Makers is a…

BBC’s Cradle to Grave: VFX

Blue Spill worked in conjunction with ITV’s 3Sixtymedia to deliver a range of VFX shots for BBC’s new Danny Baker sitcom starring Peter Kay, Cradle to Grave. We worked on episodes four through to eight, on an average of 30 VFX shots per episode. There was a great range of shots, most of which were helping…

Splitting Screens for The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Blue Spill designs three motion sequences for The Man From U.N.C.L.E. We were super pleased to be involved in Mr. Richie’s film – initially we came on board for two motion sequences, which was later extended to three. Our key focus were two split screen sequences within the film, which were around three minutes in length.…