Production & Post
UK’s Film & TV Charity offers financial support to workers hit by Hollywood strikes
The charity's stop-gap grants are available to help people working across the film, TV, and cinema sectors to meet urgent financial needs
The R&D and product development landscape: Motion Impossible
Rob Drewett, CEO/co-founder of Motion Impossible discusses the company's technology development and why it's venturing beyond the traditional focus on remote modular dollies
Prime Video opens submissions for craft traineeships, expands into Wales
Areas covered by the Academy include camera, sound, post production, sustainability, lighting and grip
UK parliament to investigate rise of AI in TV and film production
The aim of the inquiry is to make sure the industry and government are thinking of the future to maintain and enhance an industry...
Production company goes full tilt into motion control tech
Bites Production Hub has launched TILT, a new tech division which is set to enable filmmakers to carry out "precise, high-speed, repeatable shots"
The Hollywood strikes will “hurt people all over the world” warns analyst
"I think the strikes are going to expose some weaknesses in our domestic content production, and how much we really are propped up by...
Steven Soderbergh goes Full Circle with virtual production
Soderbergh's new TV series is the first to use the RDX LAB System from Rosco, which enables users to manipulate background imagery instantly, via...
Molinare acquires Notorious DIT, launches new creative group
“The introduction of Molinare Creative Group reflects years of ongoing work to develop, grow, and restructure the Molinare brand," said CEO Nigel Bennett
AMPAS investigates 10 new areas of innovation for Sci-Tech Awards
The investigations include areas such as interactive renderers and 3D clothing creation, and digital film restoration and onboard remote driving apparatus
BBC: 60 per cent of all TV production now outside of the M25
According to the BBC Annual Report, BBC Studioworks, the broadcaster's commercial subsidiary providing television studios and post production services, has invested heavily in its...
Elstree Studios ‘needs £200 million investment’ to stay competitive
The site "demands significant investment in its major infrastructure such as roofs, flooring, replacement of windows, replacement of electrical wiring and mechanical plant replacements"...
New app aims to revolutionise motion capture using remote technology
Performit Live uses a motion capture suit and real-time avatar technology to enable animators to remotely direct performers in a virtual world
‘It takes an industry to advance virtual production’: SMPTE’s Rapid Industry Solutions initiative turns two years old
TVBEurope talks to Ryan Hendricks, PhD, senior manager, RiS Initiative, at SMPTE, about its work in the virtual production space, the challenges its faced...
MovieLabs’ 2030 Showcase programme aims to highlight ‘deep technical knowledge’ in entertainment industry
MovieLabs' CEO Rich Berger talks to TVBEurope about the 2030 Showcase programme, which encourages companies to submit real-life case studies illustrating some of the...
Blu Digital Group further expands European footprint
The new Barcelona facility will serve as a central hub for content distribution, localisation and post production work
Watch: Darren Aronofsky shoots new film with Big Sky camera system
"Delivering a half-petabyte movie - that’s 500,000 gigabytes - that utilises more than 160,000 speakers is mind boggling," said Aronofsky
Greenwich-based zero emission studio facility gets planning permission
Indie-Zero's current three-acre site will be developed to create a zero-emission, state-of-the-art film studio hub, with 4000 sq.ft. Studio E already complete and available...
Slicing the pie: Waitress, the Musical — Live on Broadway! editor discusses his work on the film
Editor David Tregonig discusses his work on the film which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this month
How Channel 5’s Police Interceptors is giving new meaning to the word ‘capture’
Police Interceptors is one of the longest-running series on Channel 5. Series producer James Coldwell tells Marlon Szczepankiewicz how he came up with the...
Amazon reveals £4.2 billion investment in UK creative industries, announces new apprenticeships
Amazon said it has doubled its investments in the creative sectors across the UK in the last five years, including new production facilities set...
Epic releases tool to animate Metahumans on an iPhone
The software uses a 4D solver to combine video and depth data together with a MetaHuman representation of the performer
Sphere Studios unveils ‘most advanced camera system in the world’
The camera system, which has been named Big Sky, includes a single 316-megapixel, 3"x3" HDR image sensor capable of a 40X resolution increase over...
High Wire Post Production acquired by Milk VFX owner
High Wire provides editing, grading, sound design and mixing, subtitling, audio description and graphics
Bry-sur Marne studios set for expansion following AXA acquisition
It's believed AXA wants to expand the studios in order to make it one of the biggest in Europe, rivalling similar facilities in the...
Alteon enables creatives to access 3D objects via Apple Vision Pro
Creatives can access USDZ files, the preferred file type of Apple and Pixar, via a smartphone, tablet or AR headset
Amazon Prime finds The Power with Universal Pixels
Universal Pixels provided in-camera scenery and reflections for the production’s vehicle shots
Alliance for Open Media begins work on compression tools for high-quality 3D graphics
New tools can ensure the best tradeoff in terms of quality and storage when compressing a 3D model, such as a graphical environment, character,...
How Ten Pound Poms created a 1940’s feel while shooting in HDR
The £10 ticket to sunny Australia was a no-brainer for people looking to escape the post-war gloom and grey skies of Great Britain. However,...