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    For The Fate of the Furious, Cantina was responsible for designing and compositing an array of story specific graphics. The team worked closely w… Read More
    For The Fate of the Furious, Cantina was responsible for designing and compositing an array of story specific graphics. The team worked closely with VFX Supervisors Mike Wassel and Kelvin McIlwain to develop compelling imagery to seamlessly compliment the story throughout the film. Over a 7-month period, we assembled a talented team of artists that delivered 280 final shots. One of the many creative challenges was to build upon the established visual language of Furious 7, including design and integration work for Cipher’s aircraft command center, vehicle and binocular HUDs, monitors, phones, tablets and the reinvention of the God's Eye device. Director F. Gary Grey stressed the importance of taking the established technology and cranking the needle to a fun and energizing level. We are honored once again to collaborate with Universal on their latest installment of the renowned franchise. The Fast and Furious franchise continues to orchestrate action in new and inventive ways. The quality of the action filmmaking inspired our approach to developing the film's visual language. Read Less
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For The Fate of the Furious, Cantina was responsible for designing and compositing an array of story specific graphics.  The team worked closely with VFX Supervisors Mike Wassel and Kelvin McIlwain to develop compelling imagery to seamlessly compliment the story throughout the film.  Over a 7-month period, we assembled a talented team of artists that delivered 280 final shots.

One of the many creative challenges was to build upon the established visual language of Furious 7, including design and integration work for Cipher’s aircraft command center, vehicle and binocular HUDs, monitors, phones, tablets and the reinvention of the God's Eye device.  Director F. Gary Grey stressed the importance of taking the established technology and cranking the needle to a fun and energizing level. 

We are honored once again to collaborate with Universal on their latest installment of the renowned franchise.  The Fast and Furious franchise continues to orchestrate action in new and inventive ways. The quality of the action filmmaking inspired our approach to developing the film's visual language.
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GOD'S EYE
CIPHER JET GRAPHICS
CREDITS LIST
Client: Universal Pictures
VFX Supervisor: Tony Lupoi
Graphics Supervisor: Alan Torres
VFX Producer: Donna Cullen
Executive Producer: Sean Cushing
Compositors: Julianne Dome, Aaron Eaton, Matt Eaton, Stephen Gall, Robert Giles III, Jay Grunfeld, Jeffrey Olney, Fernando Raigoza Jr., Brian Sales, Brian Yarnell
Designers: Carly Cerquone, Lynn Choi, Andrew Hawryluk, Nate Jess, Sang Kim, Shawn Lee, Nicolas Lopardo, Cisco Torres, Daniel Zhang

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