American Animals

Blue Spill designed the graphical elements for the opening title sequence for Bart Layton’s film, American Animals. We also designed the main on ends, typographical elements and an in film split screen sequence.  We came on board during the London based edit, and worked closely with Bart and editor Julian in executing their vision for the sequence.…

The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

Blue Spill designed motion sequences for Guy Richie’s The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Initially we came on board for two 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. Inspired by the iconic 1960’s split screen style, we also looked to modernise the…

Professor Branestawm Returns

We delivered over 50 vfx shots for the hour long Christmas Eve special. Having previously worked with Tanvir Hanif (Cilla, Midwinter of the Spirit, Cradle to Grave), we came on board early to discuss approach and workflow. Supervised internally by Blue Spill’s Head of VFX Anthony Brownmoore, we worked with Dave Child in managing the team…

Jonathan Creek | Daemon’s Roost

Blue Spill’s Ant Brownmoore worked with VFX Supervisor Tanvir Hanif on the feature length special; Jonathan Creek : Daemons Roost Ant attended set for a weeks VFX supervision on the dungeon set to create the pit of flames and various shots of the exterior of the location house, which Tanvir would later extend and enhance…

Cradle to Grave

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…

The Sunshine Makers

Working closely with director Cosmo Fielding-Mellen and editor Nick Packer, we provided around thirty minutes of in film sequences for Passion Pictures, The Sunshine Makers. The film explores the original creators of the infamous 1970’s acid Orange Sunshine, Nick Sand and Tim Scully. The primary sequence above is part of our Investigation Board series. The film…