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Oscar Nomination for Framestore's Gravity Work


VFX nod for Sandra Bullock space odyssey

Oscar Nomination for Framestore's Gravity Work

The Oscar nominations have been announced and Gravity has received an impressive 10 of them, including Best Picture, Best Director for Alfonso Cuarón and Best Cinematography. We are delighted to have been nominated for the Oscar for Best Visual Effects among some very stiff competition - it's a great reward for over three years of hard work by more than 400 visual effects artists. Well done everyone involved!


Led by VFX Supervisor Tim Webber, the film is Framestore's most ambitious project to date, requiring us to develop new technology such as the light box in order to film its zero gravity scenes and pushing what can done with visual effects further than ever before - in the majority of shots the only live action elements are Sandra Bullock and George Clooney's faces. Read more about how the film was made here.


"It was a real honour to be part of the creation of such a cinematic experience and to have it recognised with a nomination, in a year with so much great work, is incredibly exciting" said Tim.


Gravity's place on the Oscar shortlist tops off a fantastic fortnight that has seen our work nominated for eight VES Awards and the BAFTA for Special Visual Effects. Beyond the world of visual effects Gravity leads the nominations at both the Baftas and the Oscars, where it is tied with American Hustle.

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Framestore - LA, Thu, 16 Jan 2014 15:58:19 GMT