Wednesday, December 9, 2015


Congratulations to Matchbox for their win at this years AACTA awards, with Glitch taking Best Television Drama for 2015!

Directed by Emma Freeman and produced by Louise Fox and Ewan Burnett, Glitch was well received by critics and audiences Australia-wide for it's sombre mood and intriguing mythology.

Chroma produced over 400 VFX shots for the 6-part series including the creepy Carlo disintegration sequence. This episode won the coveted Australian Directors Guild Awards for Emma Freeman's incredible work.

UPDATE: Glitch also takes home the 2016 Silver Logie for Most Outstanding Television Series

Tuesday, December 8, 2015


Congratulations to Ruby Entertainment for taking home the 2015 AACTA award for Best Production Design in Television for The Secret River. Well done to Herbert Pinter, Michael Rumpf and the whole design and art team!

The Secret River was an ambitious vision for the small screen, featuring vast untouched landscapes and sprawling colonial settlements of early NSW. Chroma worked closely with production design and art department to help create hundreds of visual effects shots including set extensions, CG structures, location and landscape augmentations, watercraft and more.

The Secret River is a great example of striking the balance between practical and digital production design to deliver huge scale to the small screen.

Check out the trailer here!