We are absolutely thrilled to share that we’ve been nominated in six categories at the 16th Annual Visual Effects Society Awards for our work on Blade Runner 2049, Dunkirk, Life, and Black Mirror. 

 

Published on Tuesday 16th January, the nominees for this year’s VES awards include four shows DNEG is very proud to have worked on in 2017:

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature: Blade Runner 2049

John Nelson
Karen Murphy Mundell
Paul Lambert
Richard Hoover
Gerd Nefzer

Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature: Dunkirk

Andrew Jackson
Mike Chambers
Andrew Lockley
Alison Wortman
Scott Fisher

Outstanding Animated Character in an Episode or Real-­Time Project: Black Mirror: Metalhead

Steven Godfrey
Stafford Lawrence
Andrew Robertson
Iestyn Roberts

Outstanding Created Environment in a Photoreal Feature: Blade Runner 2049; Los Angeles

Chris McLaughlin
Rhys Salcombe
Seungjin Woo
Francesco Dell’Anna

Outstanding Model in a Photoreal or Animated Project: Life; The ISS

Tom Edwards
Chaitanya Kshirsagar
Satish Kuttan
Paresh Dodia

Outstanding Compositing in a Photoreal Feature: Blade Runner 2049; LAPD Approach and Joi Holograms

Tristan Myles
Miles Lauridsen
Joel Delle-Vergin
Farhad Mohasseb

 

Also, congratulations to DNEG artists Romain Thirion and Matthieu Pujol for being nominated for their Student Project ‘Hybrids’.

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Student Project: Hybrids

Romain Thirion
Matthieu Pujol

 

A massive congratulations to all our nominees and the whole crew who’ve put a lot of hard work and dedication into these shows!

The winners will be announced on Tuesday, February 13 2018 at the 16th Annual VES Awards Ceremony in Beverly Hills, California. Stay tuned!

Read more about DNEG’s work on Blade Runner 2049, Dunkirk, Life, and Black Mirror.