CGI Studio REALTIME adds new ops director
Libby Behrens, who has more than a decade’s experience in media production in London, LA and New Zealand, joins the team from sports app Zwift, where she managed the implementation of new production processes as Live Operations Producer. Behrens will oversee the introduction of new technology, IT, resourcing, and staff and skills development at REALTIME.
A Very Special Effect
On the eve of our 25th anniversary, our Managing Director, Tony Prosser, spoke to Lancashire Business Review about the future of the CG industry and what's next for REALTIME.
VFX house Realtime expands by 60%
Broadcast magazine highlights our recent growth and the appointment of James Coore as VFX supervisor who joins us from Absolute Post where he was creative director/head of CG.
REALTIME's vfx for A Discovery of Witches S2
We spoke to Televisual about life on-set, the use of pre-vis to plan our shots and crafting VFX magic for Sky TV's A Discovery of Witches Series 2.
ON THE WATCH FOR GOODBOY AND THE NOBLE DRAGON
Sue Land, VFX Supervisor, spoke to VFX Voice about what goes into making a believable dragon & all about our work on Terry Pratchett's The Watch.
Shotmakers: How to put on a concert…for dragons
Behind REALTIME’s visual effects on ‘The Watch’. The Watch is a BBC America series inspired by the Ankh-Morpork City Watch from the Discworld series of fantasy novels by Terry Pratchett.
North West VFX house Realtime to create 50 new jobs
Lancashire-based VFX and animation house Realtime is creating 50 new jobs in the North West - 25 at its offices in Westby, near Lytham, and 25 in Manchester.
Realtime UK Studio Ups Recruits for BBC’s ‘War of the Worlds’
Realtime’s growth has coincided with their work on a major new three-part BBC adaptation of the classic sci-fi title The War of the Worlds. Realtime was a key VFX partner for the production, creating visual effects for the first-ever British television adaptation of H.G. Wells’ iconic novel.
Realtime creating 50 new jobs following War of the Worlds contract
North West digital animation, cinematics and visual effects studio Realtime is creating 50 new jobs over the next two years following its work on BBC sci-fi title The War of the Worlds.
Visual effects studio to create 25 Lancashire jobs
Digital animation, cinematics and visual effects studio Realtime, which played a key role in the BBC's new War of the Worlds mini series, is to create 50 new jobs over the next two years.