UK Screen represents the very best of the sector with a membership comprising providers of studios, stages and lots, visual effects, picture and audio post production, physical special effects, media services and freelance talent. Our members can capture, create, manipulate and move your content however and wherever you require. With a reputation for quality, service, cutting-edge technology and a top-class talent base your production is safe in our hands.
Tax reliefs are available for British qualifying films, high end television and animation.
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Doctor Strange (played by Benedict Cumberbatch) is a master of ‘black magic’, armed with magical objects and a cloak with a mind of its own, operating from his Sanctum Sanctorum, a Greenwich Village townhouse in New York City.
Director Jon Favreau created a wonderfully immersive adventure with his film, The Jungle Book, which pays tribute to the original Disney 1967 animated classic, while also providing an homage to author Rudyard Kipling’s original children’s story. This innovative project will likely carve out its own influential niche for its technologically complex methodology.
Lead by MPC VFX Supervisor Christian Irles and VFX Producer Pierre Escande MPC’s team worked closely with Production VFX Supervisor Matt Johnson to complete more than 300 shots for Disney’s Into The Woods.
Forging a Wachowski world - How Framestore delivered visual effects that were 'the most stunning ever witnessed in a genre known for mind-blowing imagery' (Variety)
Framestore creates 'Rocket Raccoon' as James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy wrenches the comic book world into deep space with the universe’s most unlikely bunch of heroes.
UK Screen member, Framestore, created the stunning visual effects on the award-winning movie, Gravity.
London-based post and VFX houses combined to provide DI and effects on US/UK co-production.
London and Glasgow-based special effects company, Artem, created the Snickers Gremlin for a Brussels-based shoot in 2013.
Westminster Insight: Children's TV Content Forum
23 May 2019
DCMS and Ofcom, and the BFI will be clarifying criteria regarding funding and eligibility. The forum will also address safety issues and the opportunities and challenges for the UK broadcasting and production industry to work in tandem with on-demand and streaming platforms.
We get involved in important industry issues and consultations that affect our member communities. Having a collective voice enables us to ensure that the views of our sector are taken into account when key decisions are made.