The week our walkers win a webby (22.05.20)

Webby Awards

HBO’s Game of Thrones Magic Leap experience The Dead Must Die wins a Webby Award for Volumetric/ 6-Degrees Of Freedom. Congratulations to everyone involved on the win!

Shots Awards: The Americas

Well done to all the geniuses behind the four Framestore projects which have been awarded at this year’s Shots Awards: The Americas. They are:

Apple, Bounce – WINNER
Television Commercial of the Year over 60 seconds

Squarespace, Dream It – SILVER
Television Commercial of the Year up to and including 60 seconds

MedMen, New Normal – SILVER
Online Commercial of the Year Up to 2 Mins

Cerveza Victoria, Xibalba – SILVER
Non-English Language Commercial of the Year

I Know This Much Is True

New HBO miniseries I Know This Much Is True features work from our NY office, who reconstructed the house and surrounding landscape through a 70-year timeline to take audiences on a captivating journey through different eras from the 1920s to 1990s. The film stars our favourite Hulk, Mark Ruffalo, twice as twin brothers. Read more on our website here.


The Guardian chatted to CCO Tim Webber and CD, Film, Christian Manz (both LDN) as part of a piece about how VFX and animation are keeping the film industry rolling during lockdown. See what they had to say here.


Industry website the FX Guide spoke to Alex Webster (LDN) about Framestore Pre-production Services (FPS) and our plans for offering a holistic service to our clients. Read the article here.


VFX Supe, Charlie Bayliss (LDN) speaks to SHOTS on the creativity process of LEGO Drive What You Love. Read the full article here and have a watch of the Making Of below.

Future of VFX

Global MD, Film, Fiona Walkinshaw will join execs from ILM and Weta Digital to discuss the VFX industry’s response to the coronavirus pandemic and what the future holds for the sector. The session is free to watch – all you need to do is register and have a Zoom account to join.

12:00 (LA), 14:00 (CHI), 15:00 (NY, MTL), 20:00 (LDN), 00:30 (MUM)

What we’ve been up to

World Mental Health Week

This week we marked Mental Health Awareness week in the LDN office.  Keeping in mind this year’s theme ‘Kindness‘ we invited employees to submit their art creations. You can check out their works of art here on the FTV gallery.

Dan Baker (LDN)

We ran bite-size yoga & relaxing meditation sessions, hosted an FTV session to learn more about the Employee Assistance Programme and invited employees to try out a new hobby with the Stitch and Bitch Club. Thanks to all who got involved and remember to keep an eye out for weekly HR mailouts for tips on managing your wellbeing and mental health in isolation.

Webbys From Home

CEO, William Sargent presented an award to Passion Pictures and the BBC for their win for Immersive and Mixed Reality Animation. Give it a watch here.

You’ve been [Framed]

We’re getting a strong vibe that Designer, Will Golladay (LA) likes plants and Dungeons & Dragons. See how Will is staying creative during these times here.


Beau Leon (LA) paints a pretty picture on his latest grade for Where The Stars Look Different.

Zoomin’ ell

Make your zoom calls more interesting with these zoom backgrounds, modelled perfectly by [this mug shot of] our marketing team.

Game on!

Calling all you gamers… A few employees are organising a video game tournament between employees in Canada and the USA. The game selected is Overwatch. Prepare your team with 6 fighters and get ready for battle.

Fancy it? Fill out the form HERE.

A reminder that it is a bank holiday in the UK and US on Monday.