Directed by: Charlotte Regan, Richard Senior, Susanna White
VFX: Absolute
VFX Supervisors: Phil Oldham, Carl Godwin-Alvarez, Jonas McQuiggin
VFX Executive Producer: Danny Duke
VFX Producer: Zelda Tinska
VFX Coordinators: Zijing Huo, Lia Jacobs, Kevin Carolan
Production Support: Rajesh Murthy, Gokulnath Saravanan, Arvind venkatarathinnam, Purushothaman Venkatesh
VFX Editor: Ana Nunes
CG Supervisors: Rebekah King- Britton, Tony Atherton
CG Generalists: Ollie Grant, Musharaf Rasel Hussain, Patrick Keogh, Megan McLean, Heidi Prescott, Keith Rogers, Camila Valencia
FX: Fernando Benitez, Domantas Lukosius, Darja Sidorova, Lucia Quesada
DMP Lead: Neil Miller
DMP Artists: Paul Campion, David Gibbons, Jack Long, Claire Simond
Compositing Supervisor: Sivaprakash Jeevanantham
Compositors: Nick D’Aguiar, Dean Yaw Adjeikum, Prasanth Balaji, Richard De Carteret, Gabriel Sitjas, Tommy Coulter-Liston, Paul Greenwood, Harvey David, Gok Gursoy, Rahul Karavadra, Alice Mitchell, Surya M, Ramkumar R, Kannan S, Mohanbabu S, Cameron Shanks, Berlin T, Raja Viswanathan, Becanti Wijnbergh
Roto Prep Supervisor: Sathishkumar T

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Visual Effects/Animation/Absolute

Absolute is an award-winning visual effects studio, home to a wealth of world-class artists and with a broad range of services for both Longform and Shortform work.
About Absolute

Originally operating within the commercial realm, circa 2015 saw the studio begin collaborations with filmmakers and content creators across feature films and episodic productions. Absolute have crafted effects across feature films featuring Hollywood stars such as Mads Mikkelsen (Return Of The Goat), Jude Law (The Nest) and Emma Stone (Maniac). Meanwhile, their episodic portfolio boasts solutions for BBC (Great Expectations), Disney+ (Super/Natural) and Prime Video UK (The Rig), whilst How To Be A Person for Channel 4 won a BAFTA.