Calif. - International visual effects company
Pixomondo has opened a new flagship studio in Los Angeles, California.
Extending its global reach, Pixomondo now has a worldwide network of
studios located in Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, and Stuttgart, as well as
London and Shanghai, from which it produces feature film, television,
and commercial visual effects.
Situated in the creative heart of Venice, the new studio provides
convenience and accessibility for Pixomondo’s studio clients in
Hollywood and allows the company to tap into the talent pool of the
Pixomondo has also announced its 2009 visual
effects production slate. The company has been awarded substantial work
on the highly anticipated 2012 from director Roland Emmerich and recently delivered Ninja Assassin for director James McTeigue. Both films are set to release in late 2009.
After winning more than 700 pre-visualization shots on 2012 in
2008, Pixomondo set up a “stealth unit” in Venice to produce that work
in proximity to the filmmakers. When Pixomondo was awarded a share of
the film’s visual effects sequences in November, the company decided to
commit to the location as a permanent flagship for its future feature
With its international experience and network
of studios, Pixomondo has positioned itself with an efficient and
collaborative workflow and a 24/7 production cycle across datelines and
time zones. Pixomondo positions itself strategically in the early
stages of project bidding to offer concept, design, and sequence
visualization, distinguished by the turnaround speed with which it is
able to produce a unique brand of highly dynamic pre-visualization,
which was used extensively on 2012.