The Moving Picture Company (MPC) is a world leading post production facility creating high-end digital visual effects and computer animation for the feature film, advertising, music and television industries. A wholly owned subsidiary of Technicolor, MPC is based in Soho - London, Santa Monica - CA and Yale town - Vancouver. The facilities are centrally located, networked and have a dedicated digital infrastructure designed and built for our future.
MPC works on some of the most exciting commercials in the world today. By mixing fresh talent from different cultures, we’ve built a dynamic team of artists and a diverse creative portfolio. Recent creative work has included John Lewis’s ‘Always a Woman’, Audi’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’, AT&T’s ‘Blanket’, and Orange’s ‘Magic Numbers’. The team were also instrumental in contemporary classics such as Juan Cabral’s Cadbury’s ‘Gorilla's Moment,’ Jonathan Glazer’s, Sony Bravia ‘Paint’, Volkswagen Golf GTi, ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ (N-eo), Kerry Low Low’s ‘Mouse’, PlaneStupid ‘Polar Bears’, Michael Gracey’s ‘Evian Skating Babies,’ Vernie Yeung’s ‘Sony BraviaDrome’, Traktor’s ‘Virgin Love at First Flight’ and Dougal Wilson’s ‘Coca Cola; The Organ Player.’
Our extensive experience and talented film team means that we are comfortable finaling effects work for complete movies or key sequences in a narrative. International feature film work that MPC is proud to have worked on in the past months includes; Prince of Persia (Mike Newell), Robin Hood (Ridley Scott), Clash of the Titans (Louis Leterrier), and The Wolfman (Joe Johnston); while the Vancouver studio completed work on Percy Jackson (Chris Columbus) ‘Watchmen’ (Zach Synder) and Jonathan Mostow’s ‘Surrogates’. Examples of other projects completed by MPC in recent years include; James Bond’s ‘Quantum of Solace’ adventure (Marc Forster), ‘10,000 BC’ (Roland Emmerich) ‘Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince’ (David Yates), ‘GI Joe; The Rise of Cobra’ (Stephen Sommers), ‘Angels & Demons’ (Ron Howard) and major VFX contribution for ‘Narnia, Prince Caspian.’