Three artists from Rising Sun Pictures have been nominated for a Visual Effects Society (VES) Award for their work on Marvel Studios’ summer blockbuster Thor: Ragnarok. CG Supervisor Hubert Maston, Lighting Technical Director Arthur Moody, VFX Supervisor Adam Paschke and Virtual Production Supervisor Casey Schatz (from Third Floor) are nominated for Best Virtual Cinematography for the film’s “Val’s Flashback” sequence. Winners will be announced at the 16th Annual VES Awards Ceremony,
Rising Sun Pictures welcomes State Government rebate to foster South Australia as a leader in Visual Effects production.
The South Australian State Government will provide support to the film post production and visual effects industry in South Australia, by offering a State based Visual Effects, Digital and Post Production [PDV] rebate. The rebate is calculated at 10% of gross spend, which combined with the 30% Federal Post, Digital and Visual Effects [PDV] offset creates one of the largest
Rising Sun Pictures is proud to be contributing to work on Sony Pictures' Peter Rabbit, working in collaboration with Animal Logic to deliver characters and environments for the film which is set to be released in February 2018.
As we continue to expand, we know that people are our greatest asset and over the past year we have been successful in securing some of the world’s best creative professionals.
Thor: Ragnarok premiere
Celebrating the release of the film, cast and crew were invited to the official Australian Premiere on the Gold Coast. Many of RSP’s staff were fortunate enough to attend the star-studded screening with Director Taika Waititi, and Thor himself, Chris Hemsworth, making special appearances.
This October, RSP was the proud recipient of the ‘Design Strategy’ award at Business SA’s inaugural Design for Export awards. The awards celebrate exporting excellence in South Australia by recognising the most dynamic and innovative businesses in our home state. With now just under 200 staff, RSP continues to grow from its humble beginnings back in 1995 and adapt to the ever-evolving market.