Monday, October 27, 2014


Australia's colonial beginnings are brought to life in ABC's new miniseries, The Secret River.

Based on the book by Kate Grenville and directed by Daina Reid, Secret River follows the life of an English conscript arriving at Botany Bay with his wife and children. The Secret River shows a part of Australia's history that has never been brought to the small screen with such scale and emotion, and is an amazing opportunity to show the beauty and brutality of our first steps.

Our team will be creating the many unique views of these early settlements and a huge range of production design and visual effect enhancements across the two episodes.

The Secret River hits ABC on June 14. Check out the trailer!

Thursday, October 9, 2014


This years Summer Film School will be the fifth year we have been involved in this great initiative.

Aimed at inspiring and educating the next wave of Australian film makers, the course covers the full range of production from pre to post and our component brings an intensive VFX and digital production design overview that gives essential insight into these powerful production tools.

If you want to find out more or make a booking, check this link.

Thursday, October 2, 2014


Following on huge ratings and massive audience response, ABC have just announced that Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries will return to screens in 2015.

Miss Fisher has always been great fun to work on due to the visual variety across the series and the awesome cast and crew that make it come to life. Last years series featured over 1,200 VFX shots to create the unique and lush 1920's world and series 3 looks to be the best yet, with even more stylish set pieces and old school action!

The team at Chroma return to provide digital effects and production design support for series 3, with the usual blend of augmentation, CG integration and digital removals.

Miss Fisher comes to the ABC in 2015, don't miss it!

UPDATE: Miss Fisher Series Two was just nominated Best Visual Effects at this years APDG Awards! Go Phryne!