Invisible visual effects were the order of the day for London-based production house MotionFX in Polanski’s latest film, Oliver Twist.

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London-based post production house MotionFX has just completed more than 180 visual-effects shots for Roman Polanski’s new film Oliver Twist. Produced in Paris and filmed in Prague, the period feature film required predominantly invisible effects, including massive digital set extensions and sky replacement, which needed to be tracked and seamlessly blended with live-action footage. 
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“The visual-effects requirements were challenging and varied, ranging from the big establishing shots that opened the film down to the smaller shots, with straightforward requirements such as removing elements of camera apparatus from in-frame, or adding further fog, or rain,” explains Jonathan Cheetham, MotionFX’s lead compositor.
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