Motion graphics for film & tv

2015-2019   

THE FORCE AWAKENS

2015 - DIRECTOR : JJ ABRAMS

A challenging design brief from director JJ Abrams: bring the classic Star Wars graphic language up to date, while respecting and retaining the essence of the original's visual aesthetic.

In addition to supplying graphics for live playback, we also shot, processed bespoke CCTV footage live on set and delivered an extensive range of graphics for post.

ROGUE ONE : A STAR WARS STORY

2016 - DIRECTOR : GARETH EDWARDS

Set just before A New Hope, our extensive research focused on matching the original's distinctive 1970’s graphics and displays to ground the action and story in the same familiar era.

Throughout the shoot, our team operated interactive graphics live on set, created VFX assets for post and were honoured to design two new visual identities for the Tarkin Death Star initiative and an earlier iteration of the Rebel crest.

THE LAST JEDI

2017 - DIRECTOR : RIAN JOHNSON

For the second of the new trilogy our brief was to work closely with the production design team, extending our newly established visual design language across new worlds, vehicles and displays.

Once again, our on set team was on hand to manage live playback, while our design team worked on elements and animations for post VFX shots.

SOLO : A STAR WARS STORY

2018 - DIRECTOR : RON HOWARD

Heading further back for an origin story, the brief was to create graphics for a decade before ‘A New Hope’. Through comprehensive research, we accurately simulated 1960’s CRT displays, monochrome CCTV and early computer graphics.

Our dedicated team shot, processed and played back all CCTV footage for the Kessel mine escape sequence live on set, ensuring the desired low tech look never obscured the live action on screen.

THE RISE OF SKYWALKER

2019 - DIRECTOR : JJ ABRAMS

For the final chapter of the latest trilogy, we continued to develop the visual language and graphical cues further, while adhering to the strong design language we had established.

The bridge monitors provided an opportunity to craft elegant supporting story-lead visuals, all played back live on set.