Our film premieres Brooklyn Film Festival

We’re very excited to announce our own short film, The Amazing Adventures of Awesome, will be premiering Brooklyn Film Festival 2020.  The Amazing Adventures of Awesome is a hand illustrated animated short film about a young autistic girl at the heart of a quiet revolution.  Over two years in the making, our animation process for the…

SXSW Title Design Win!

We are very excited to announce we’ve won the SXSW Title Design Jury Recognition Film Award for the series, Why We Hate. We were also nominated at SXSW last year, and won the audience award  in 2016, so we’re thrilled to be part of the awards for a third time! Led by executive producers Steven…

Our year in review: 2019

2019 has been quite an incredible year for us at Blue Spill, here’s the low down in bite size pieces! This year we have designed >  2 narrative feature films 9 television series 11 feature documentaries  We also completed VFX on In The Long Run (with Bill Bailey & Idris Elba, BBC), Singapore Grip (ITV) and Gangs of London  (Sky Atlantic, Cinemax) Our…

2 films in London Film Festival

We’re very pleased to announce we designed for two films at the 2019 London Film Festival, Alex Gibney’s Citizen K and Daniel Gordon’s The Australian Dream. We will detail more about our involvement in the films after the festival!   Citizen K | Director: Alex Gibney. Producers: John Battsek, George Chignell, Erin Edeiken, Alex Gibney, P.J. van Sandwijk After premiering…

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…

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…

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…

Allison judges Motionographer Awards

    As long time admirers of their renowned site, Allison Brownmoore was very pleased when she was approached by Motionographer.com  to judge their annual Motionographer awards. Showcasing some of the best motion talent, the awards cover a broad range of categories from Commercial to Experimental, and Allison will be judging the Film/Long Form category. She’s very…

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…