Rising Sun Pictures (RSP) is proud to have contributed to two out of ten films being considered for the 2020 VFX Oscars. It's all about female power - Alita:Battle Angel and Captain Marvel.
Gail Fuller, Rising Sun Pictures (RSP) Co-Founder, was recognised for her ongoing commitment to leadership in the creative industry by receiving the ‘Santos Leader of the Year’ at the Advertiser and Sunday Mail’s Woman of the Year Awards 2019.
RSP won the Creative Industries award at the 57th Australian 2019 Export Awards.
The Awards recognise Australian companies which are excelling in the international marketplace by selling and promoting their products and services.
Announced at a gala awards ceremony at Parliament House in Canberra on the 3 December 2019, the South Australian studio was recognised for its work as a leading exporter of visual effects to the worldwide film-making community. RSP has contributed to over 150
Rising Sun Pictures’ Managing Director Tony Clark has been presented the 2018 National Pearcey Entrepreneur Award Medal at the ACS Digital Disruptors Awards Gala Dinner held in Melbourne last night (Thursday 1st November).
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,