Over 30 years, Cinesite has created enough characters, creatures, and environments to fill a small universe. An average week could see the Cinesite team conjuring up swamp battles between demonical Kikimoras and a dark-eyed Witcher, telling the story of Natasha Romanoff in Black Widow, or launching once again into the world of James Bond for Daniel Craig’s final outing in No Time To Die. Cinesite’s work is varied and never strives for anything less than the highest possible quality.
However, Cinesite doesn’t just work in the realm of visual effects. In 2016, Cinesite announced the launch of its dedicated feature animation division at its Montreal studio followed by the opening of its Vancouver facility in 2017. Over the last five years, the Canadian studios have created two Addams Family feature animations, brought the traditional Irish Riverdance show to life in Riverdance: The Animated Adventure, collaborated on the CG short Mila with director Cinzia Angelini, commenced work on the Mel Brooks’ inspired Blazing Samurai, and so much more.