Framestore

Framestore is a British visual effects company based near Oxford Street in London. Formed in 1986, it acquired (and subsequently merged) the Computer Film Company in 1997. The company works across several different areas of the media: feature films, commercials, music videos, feature animation and digital.The company's registered office is at 9 Noel Street, London. In 2004, the company set up an office in New York City's SoHo district to serve the American advertising market, and has since set up offices in Los Angeles and Montreal.
Posts about Framestore
  • Facebook: More than 1B Daily Video Views

    … tend to watch short videos, they will watch long videos as long as the longer videos are telling good stories. As part of McDonald’s’ global World Cup campaign, for instance, the Creative Shop at Facebook (alongside OMD, ARC Sponsorship and Framestore) re-created the most spectacular moments of the day with a real-time video campaign starring…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social YouTube- 19 readers -
  • Volvo launches virtual reality campaign on Google Cardboard

    … of Volvo’s partnership with agency R/GA and VFX-studio Framestore and is the centerpiece of the campaign for the new SUV, the XC90, months before it hits the markets. It features a trio of experiential videos that incorporate a combination of photoreal CGI and a proprietary, 360-degree VR camera technique. “We have seen the XC90 be very well…

    Tanya Dua/ Digidayin Google- 28 readers -
  • The soundtracks of agency creative departments

    … they like. Havas Playlist vibe: Au courant and mom-friendly Havas has a collaborative playlist, with DJs rotating across teams. “We’re listening to a Spotify list we call Havas Party, a curated playlist with a rotating set of DJs from across our teams,” said Cake business development director Matt Spector. That can lead to tension. Right now…

    Shareen Pathak/ Digiday- 8 readers -
  • 2Q EARNINGS: World Cup Ads Score on Facebook

    … worked with agencies OMD, Framestore and ARC Sponsorship, as well as Facebook's creative shop, to produce 30 videos that used French fries as players. FryFutbol recreated the most spectacular World Cup moments and ran them as videos the very next day with the French fries acting as the players. This campaign reached 125 million people in 158…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social- 6 readers -