After almost a year of waiting for the release of this movie, we can proudly give you a look behind the scenes of Taxi, written by Karen Duve. A story of the experiences as a taxi driver in Hamburg in the 80’s. Amazing job by Stargate Germany!
FINALLY! After months of build-up, we got our first taste of Fear the Walking Dead with a feast of a series debut. AMC’s new spinoff series drew 10.1 million viewers on Sunday night, making it the most viewed series premiere in cable TV history. Check out the NY Times article here.
Author Karen Duve worked in the ’80s as a taxi driver in Hamburg. From her experiences she wrote the bestseller “Taxi”, which has now been made into a film and premieres today in theaters! Kudos to our team in Germany for all of their hard work!
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There is much excitement and anticipation this year as the Emmy nominations were announced. Congratulations to our #VFX team here at Stargate and to The Walking dead for their most recent 2015 Emmy nominations! Click on the Emmy below for more information. #Emmys2015
Buzz has been building for the new zombie series, which begins in the gradual-decline phase of the pre-apocalypse, right as zombie attacks break out around Los Angeles! Our team here at Stargate Studios is stoked to be a part of the excitement. Here’s the trailer!
Project DreamSpace is a three-year EU funded project which aims to combine the work of universities, industry and professionals to produce new and innovative workflows. It is especially focused on virtual production and moving technology processes earlier in the production, such as on set. It is ambitious as it is broad and recently in Germany the team presented their progress at FMX. Some of the technology impressed, some showed promise, but perhaps the most impressive aspect is the power of mixing different academics, industry researchers and actual practitioners together with a reasonable planning horizon. Too often the technology must serve the immediate project, the shot that is directly in front of one, and newer unexplored approaches are left as pipe dreams or as after-hours hobbies, – no so with DreamSpace.
Full article here.