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.…

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…

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…