/Category: VFX

The Invisible Man

November 27 2019

Paramount’s creepy new The Invisible Man trailer is out. Cutting Edge are the sole VFX vendor led by VFX Supervisor, Jonathan Dearing. The film is set for release early 2020.

Global Reality Television

November 27 2019

Love Island (Australia, UK and USA), I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here (Australia, UK and Germany), Australian Survivor, The Voice, Married at First Sight, Sunday Night Takeaway, Paradise Hotel, Holey Moley, One Born Every Minute, Dancing With The Stars… Cutting Edge has helped to deliver some of this year’s most loved reality shows. 2019 has seen Cutting Edge deliver a massive fourteen reality shows. We have overcome remote locations and bad weather, stepped up to the challenges to deliver programs on time and on budget. The production of reality programs often runs 24/7, and reliable post production is critical when delivering the action as it happens. Cutting Edge’s Technical Services team provide on-site post production setup, equipment, staff and round-the-clock support. We help configure a production’s workflow and facilitate the smooth running of the show. Reality television is a worldwide phenomenon and productions are both local and international.…

CEX Art Auction Raises Nearly $20k for Youngcare

October 18 2019

On the evening of Wednesday 16 October Cutting Edge hosted the second inaugural CEX Charity Art Auction, raising nearly $20,000 for charity, Youngcare. 28 professional creatives from across Brisbane’s advertising industry took up the challenge, transforming bowling pins into art for a great cause. Contributors came from both creative studio, Cutting Edge and prominent agencies BCM, Gilimbaa, Rumble, VMLY&R and Publicis. Their creative advertising roles spanned all disciplines, from copywriting and art direction, to animation and sound design.

Bowling Pin Charity Art Auction, ‘CEX’ is back!

September 16 2019

Brisbane’s creative community are at it again, transforming bowling pins into works of art in the name of charity. Presented by Cutting Edge, the CEX bowling pin art challenge is back for its second year, and once again award-winning advertising creatives transform a unique canvas, the humble bowling pin, into fascinating pieces. Each is up for grabs, auctioned 16 October at the Triffid in Brisbane’s Newstead, with all proceeds going to Youngcare.

The Brisbane Sound Team Win a Siren Award

June 28 2019

Cutting Edge Brisbane’s Sound team of Mike Lange and Michael Thomas were awarded for Radio Craft at this year’s Siren Awards. Working alongside Christie Luxton, Cristian Staal & Shaun Conroy from ClemengerBBDO Brisbane for the Keno, ‘Barber Shop’ radio spot as part of the ‘Fun Money’ campaign. In a well deserved turn of events the Clemenger team went on to win Radio Single.

Black Antenna – A TWISTED NSFW SCI-FI HORROR

June 28 2019

A ten-part sci-fi film set to the Alice in Chains’ Grammy Award winning album Rainier Fog, sounds pretty great to us. Titled ‘Black Antenna’ and directed by US film director Adam Mason, the film follows two aliens as they struggle to survive, elude capture and communicate with their mothership. It’s dark, sometimes bizarre, and for a film about aliens it’s a surprisingly human story – exploring very relevant concepts about immigration, homelessness and xenophobia. Cutting Edge joined the project from episode six, collaborating on design and VFX sequences. We caught up with Adam to talk about the film ahead of the release of the finale.

Ladbrokes Sports Reporting Benefits From Virtual Sets

June 26 2019

In a recent collaboration with Ladbrokes, Cutting Edge created multiple virtual sets, lifting production value across sports reports in a bid to give punters an even greater experience. Utilising leading technology to create broadcast-quality content, virtual sets are another way that Ladbrokes stays ahead of the competition.

AR Experiences to Peak Your ‘Curiocity’

April 1 2019

Curiocity Brisbane, is a series of public immersive, interactive and multi-sensory experiences installed across Brisbane city. For 20 days one-of-a-kind installations, pop-ups and interactive spaces crafted by local and international artists, and technicians will be on display. Each installment celebrates art and science, with visitors of all ages playing among a gallery of interactive creations, augmented reality (AR) spaces and music pop-ups. Inaugural Guest Director of Curiocity Brisbane and Brisbane Powerhouse Artistic Director Kris Stewart said Curiocity Brisbane brings an undeniable ‘wow’ factor to Brisbane’s parks, terraces and riverbanks. “From a pedal-powered aerial screw and giant musical waveform, to giant astronauts scaling buildings and a moving sculpture with 2500 reflective fish, there’s a Curiocity to challenge and spark everyone’s imagination,” said Kris. One of the festival’s central contributors, Tori-Jay Mordey, is a local contemporary artist based in Brisbane. She worked alongside artists at post-production studio, Cutting Edge to offer up…