Framestore’s VES wins span the company’s work across film, advertising and immersive theme park attractions.
Framestore is proud to have won four Awards at this year’s prestigious Visual Effects Society (VES) awards.
Framestore’s ten nominations spanned film, advertising and theme park rides, highlighting the rich breadth of the Oscar, Emmy and Cannes Lions-winning studio’s work and varied client base. This achievement was bolstered yet further by a nomination for Method Studios, whose film and episodic teams in Vancouver, Melbourne and Montreal are now part of Framestore.
The company brought home awards in the following categories:
Outstanding Visual Effects in a Commercial
SHEBA; Hope Reef (Grant Walker, Sophie Harrison, Hernan Llano, Michael Baker)
Outstanding Created Environment in an Episode, Commercial, or Real-Time Project
SHEBA; Hope Reef (Henrique Campanha, Baptiste Roy, Luca Veronese, Timothee Maron)
Outstanding Visual Effects in a Special Venue Project
JURASSIC WORLD ADVENTURE (Eugénie von Tunzelmann, Maximilian McNair MacEwan, Stephen Goalby, Brad Silby)
Outstanding Created Environment in a Photoreal Feature
SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME; The Mirror Dimension (Eric Le Dieu de Ville, Thomas Dotheij, Ryan Olliffe, Claire Le Teuff)
This year’s nominations spoke to the tremendous breadth of Framestore’s work and the incredible talent of our artists, producers and technologists. Walking away with four awards across film, advertising and rides is a brilliant achievement, showcasing not just the incredible variety of projects we work on but also our capacity to deliver showstopping, award-winning work for every possible client or venue. A huge congratulations to all of this year’s winners and nominees.Sir William Sargent, Framestore CEO
Framestore is a multi award-winning creative studio working across film, episodic, commercials, theme park attractions and immersive entertainment. 2022 sees a period of ambitious growth for the company, as it integrates Method Studios’ film and episodic teams in Vancouver, Melbourne and Montreal and brings these talented artists within Framestore’s established pipeline. At the same time, the company is doubling the size of its newest studio in Mumbai, while expanding its successful pre-production services division.